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HPX: Night four

From Oct. 19-22, Halifax Pop Explosion took over venues around the city. Here’s what we thought about the performances we attended Oct. 22; the final night of the festival. Click here to read our night one recap, here for night two and here for night three.  Hannah Georgas John: The Marquee was packed for night four. It was shoulder-to-shoulder all the […]

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HPX: Night three

From Oct. 19-22, Halifax Pop Explosion is taking over venues around the city. Here’s what we thought about the performances we attended Oct. 21. Click here to read our night one recap, and here for night two. John: My roommate complained to me last night about the fact that I started yesterday’s review with a […]

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HPX: Night two

From Oct. 19-22, Halifax Pop Explosion is taking over venues around the city. Here’s what we thought about the performances we attended Oct. 20. Click here to read our night one recap.  John: Fresh off my embarrassing wardrobe choice last night, I decided to toss on a Black Keys t-shirt under a denim button-up. I […]

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HPX: Night one

From Oct. 19-22, Halifax Pop Explosion is taking over venues around the city. Here’s what we thought about the performances we attended Oct. 19. Programm John: Kicking off a festival is no easy task, but this quartet from Toronto pulled it off well. Their unique brand of synth-pop made me seriously melancholy and contemplative. They […]

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From passion to payday

As a university student, finding a balance between the things you enjoy and schoolwork can be difficult. Three first year students at King’s are taking matters into their own hands and turning their hobbies into a way of getting a little bit of extra cash. First, there are FYP students Julia Hancock-Song and Hannah Reid. […]

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City News

Syrian family reunification

In 2015 the severity of the Syrian refugee crisis was recognized by much of the world’s population when a photo of a young Syrian boy’s body washed up onto a Turkish beach circulated the Internet. While the Syrian conflict has been going on for nearly five years now, more attention is being brought to it […]

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The human behind Humans of King’s College

Ever since Brandon Stanton’s project Humans of New York took off worldwide, all kinds of pages and blogs following the same style have popped up across the globe. As it turns out, there’s one here at King’s as well. Humans of King’s College, a Facebook page started by first year journalism student Fiona Fox, is […]