King’s Students’ Union councillors decried what they called lacking consultation in the face of tentative budget changes for the coming school year.
King’s announced the Donald R. Sobey scholarships on Thursday, Dec. 5. Sobey’s family donated $2 million in hopes that the scholarships, now the largest at King’s, “will contribute to King’s’ ability to attract the best and brightest liberal arts students in Canada,” said Sobey’s son Rob.
The King’s Students’ Union (KSU) is running a $10,000 deficit, and KSU financial vice-president Alex Bryant says increasing the union’s operating fees is the most likely solution.
Night five was a bit nuts, bringing the audience a combination of insanity, tragedy, and King’s in-jokes on overdrive.
Night three of Infringement was the most varied so far: comedy and tragedy, plays and musicals, prose and poetry – even a wide range of accents.
The King’s Infringement Festival kicked off Monday with the traditional Tour Night. Pacing was smooth as audiences were led through eight student-written plays spaced throughout the New Academic Building, A&A and Alex Hall.
Susan Leblanc laughs from a set of scaffolding and snow fencing that stands about 11 feet high. She’s just finished her second-to-last performance of The Debacle in its fall remount at Armbrae Academy. The play about family and loss was developed by Susan and director Ann-Marie Kerr, her close friend. It takes place in an […]
The King’s Dance Collective’s Spotlight put on a show everyone could enjoy—a group primarily composed of lyrical and ballet dancers tried out a variety of genres. The only people who didn’t seem to be having fun were the performers themselves. Lena Szymoniak and Mariah Friedrich’s choreography was easily the standout element of the show. Their […]
The King’s Students’ Union (KSU) council impeached member-at-large Braeden Jones following an automatic impeachment motion that came with his third missed meeting.
The 2013 King’s Infringement Festival opened with Tour Night, an event where audiences were led through venues in the A&A and Alex Hall. Despite a few timing issues, organizers Haydn Watters and Anne White appear to have overcome the pacing problems that troubled Infringement’s first semester predecessor, Plays in Weird Places.