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King's Students' Union declares deficit

During their first general meeting of the year, the King’s Student’s Union announced a deficit and the resulting cuts to their budget. On Sept. 29 the union executive pointed to a decline in recent enrolment as the cause of this deficit. Enrolment for the 2016-2017 year is 933 students. This is a decrease of over […]

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Snack on these ratings

The Classic – 3.5/5 Don’t be fooled by the name, because this grilled cheese is far from classic. What one would normally consider a classic (cheese + bread) is taken to a whole new level when adding garlic and caramelized onions. I found that the sweetness of the onions really paired well the cheese creating […]

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Wheelin' through winter

It’s that time of year again. The snow is falling, the temperature’s dropping and bikers are storing their bikes away for the winter. Except for winter bikers, that is. King’s is home to so many cyclists that facilities installed an extra bike rack last October to attempt to accommodate students’ needs. With winter in full […]

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Get out

  Do you ever feel like you really just need a break? It could be from school, work or maybe you just need to get out of the house. Well, you’re in luck! I’ve journeyed through rain and shine — and more rain —to narrow down some of the best spots to get you out […]

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The youth are coming!

In the 2015 federal election the party leaders’ platform promises cover most bases from economic stability, to foreign policy to environmental issues, and there are 3 million people who may sway the votes—the 18-24 demographic. Lucy Coady, 19, is a first-time voter in this election and is excited to finally have a say in how […]