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Pins and pens for participation

It’s KSU K-Pin season yet again and the union is looking to reward your efforts with a silver or gold plated K-Pin—maybe even a K-pen.

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Changes for the registrar

“We have to have this information and we have to have these records. The question whether (or not) Dal can be doing some of that statistical analytic information for us.”

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Elections 2k15: Brimacombe, Saracuse, Shand, Zaccaria run for BOG rep

Zoë Brimacombe Zoë Brimacombe hasn’t even been around King’s for a year, but has already made an impact as the KSU’s Member at Large. She hopes to continue to build upon her first year on council by fighting for staff representation on the board, while continuing to push for more gender neutral spaces on campus. […]

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Salary freeze proposed for King's

A new draft proposal suggests freezing salaries for some King’s faculty and staff. A task force struck to find potential solutions to the financial problems at King’s presented these ideas to the community Wednesday. Its report suggests staff at a low wage would not see the wage freeze, although that exact level has yet to […]

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Senate discipline debate on Dalhousie dentistry scandal delayed

Dentistry students at Dalhousie University were back to class Jan. 12 as the school’s senate debated disciplining men involved in the now-notorious Facebook scandal. The senate postponed a formal decision on stepping in with a discipline committee, despite a robust debate at that afternoon’s meeting.