The editors at the Watch have a hard job. Month after month they toil over the words and photos that make up each issue of our magazine. They slave over InDesign files and CP Stylebooks. The Watch’s contributors’ also have a hard job. Out of nothing, they must conjure up the words and images that […]
[box type=”info”] This editor’s note was published in the February 2015 issue. At the time of writing, we had not received the cheque for the first 50 per cent of our fall levy. However, when the magazine was at the printer, our treasurer John picked up the cheque and deposited it in our account. So we […]
This past fall, Daniel Brandes taught Heidegger from the front of the KTS Red Room with a mug and books on the table before him. At the back, every Monday, sat classics professor Eli Diamond.
After a group of women led by Bethany Hindmarsh submitted a letter to KSU council about King’s-based fraternity Kappa Alpha on Jan. 26, people on both sides found themselves under a sometimes uncomfortable spotlight.
The actual timeline for any change in smoking legislation is undetermined, according to bursar Jim Fitzpatrick.
Think spring break. Not many students would think of a palace in Austria or eating lunch with the Princess of Jordan. But for Melissa Mancini and Barrett Limoges, that’s exactly what it was. (Mar. 7, 2013)
King’s students may be feeling some extra pinch after the school’s board of governors votes on new fees in June. The board is looking at adding a $50 graduation fee for graduating students, as well as $200 in recurring fees for technology and facilities, effective September 2013.
Anna Dubinski, this year’s KSU presidential candidate, is no novice in university politics—and she’s running unopposed.
The student garden has come to an end after three seasons of difficulties. At its Nov. 14 fall general meeting, the KSU announced that another garden coordinator would not be hired.
Gabriel Goodman hails from the West Coast, recently moving east to take on the Foundation Year Programme. He since has gone from participatory democracy in Occupy Vancouver to Robert’s Rules at the King’s Students’ Union. Now he’s your first-year student representative.