Every Halifax university was represented at the Student Day of Action protest on Feb. 2, and were cheered on by local businesses and pedestrians on their walk to the provincial legislature building. There, thousands of voices called for Darrell Dexter to appear before the students and called for accessibility to knowledge.
Technology finds its way into the 2011 Canada Games by Whitney Cant – Feb. 1, 2011 In these days of “c u l8er” and “lol,” companies and organizations headed by older generations are recognizing the need to connect with a younger demographic through social media. The Halifax 2011 Canada Winter Games were the first time […]
We’ve all pocket-dialed. It’s become run-of-the-mill since the advent of the iPhone and Blackberry. But, dear readers, how many of us have dialed 911 during some pretty passionate outdoor love making?
IT’S THE PITS The King’s Theatrical Society (KTS) executive has been locked out of two Pit storage rooms since September due to unspecified fire code infringements. “Working in the Pit has always been a challenge because of safety concerns,” said Brendan Sangster, the production pit manager of the KTS exec. “We really try to make […]
Nov. 2, 2010 “The Watch has always aimed big and delivered small.” Maybe it’s self-defeating that the editors’ welcome to what really is an exciting new era for the Watch begins with a quote like that, from our founding editor-in-chief. But really, our new website is just that—we are delivering small. Celebrating a 21-year-old newspaper’s […]
Dec. 8, 2010 As editors-in-chief of the Watch, our job is to direct dialogue and debate at King’s. Last Friday, that dialogue turned to din as King’s was abuzz with rumours of FYP students accused of plagiarizing their last essay. This was precisely the news our student magazine and paper of record should cover, and […]
Garry Williams has just returned from the theatre company Dapopo Theatre’s trip to Berlin, where they took part in the prestigious FEZ-Berlin’s “Just Say It” festival.