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Say hello to Teddy: how to prepare for a hurricane

With a hurricane heading to Halifax for the second September in a row, here’s what you need to know to prepare for Teddy.

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Editoral – September 2020

The Watch is undergoing a lot of changes this year. Find out more in this month’s editorial.

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KSU Brings Demands to BoG, says Immediate Action must be taken

On Thursday, June 18, the King’s Student Union presented the university’s Board of Governors (BoG) with demands for them to address anti-Black racism at King’s. At the same meeting, the Board voted to increase tuition at King’s by 3%.  Among their demands, the KSU is asking the school to release a plan for making King’s […]

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Response and Prevention

Since the Board of Governors has approved the new Sexualized Violence Policy the implementation process has been slow. With Jordan Roberts who started on August 9 as the Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response Officer (SVPRO) it seems like the policy will finally start being implemented and students will become more familiar with what this means […]

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Welcome Jordan!

Jordan Roberts, the first Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response Officer (SVPRO) at King’s, says, “There has been a lot in my life pushing me towards this work.”   Roberts has been in and around the King’s community since 2006. While getting her Gender and Women’s Studies degree at Dalhousie, King’s was where a lot of […]

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Dude… It's natural

Periods are taboo. Blood is coming out of someone’s body. They are disgusting. They can be abundant. They can be small. They can last for a week. They can last for 3 days. It’s basically a deep cleaning of the uterus. Sometimes it hurts. It’s irritating. It makes you feel more emotional. In high school, […]

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Arts & Culture News

Stick it to ya

Your local tattoo shop might not be using a pen and ink to give tattoos, but someone on your campus might be. They’re called stick-and-poke tattoos: instead of using a gun, you only need something sharp and some ink. It’s usually a small tattoo, and most believe it to be temporary. Stick-and-poke kits are available […]

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That's a rap

King’s is filled with talents. I.M.Purity, also known as Ben Allingham, is one of them. The rapper is releasing his first album on January 12. Here’s what you need to know: Why I.m.Purity? Originally when I began pondering becoming a rapper, I chose the name Purest Reality and at the time I had thought it […]

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Hatt's off, to you!

Katie Merwin and the University of King’s College have had a close relationship since move-in day of 2007. Their love story started when she took the Foundation Year Program in her first year and has since blossomed into a beautiful friendship in the last decade. Her first year at King’s was filled with good memories […]

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What love is!

“Not what love does. Not what love was. What love is!” said actor Stewart Légère during the performance of Pop Up Love Party this past Wednesday in Prince Hall. King’s has hosted the Pop Up Love Party for four years, a multi-sensorial experience where people enjoy a meal with their friends while watching a reenactment […]