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Students want to talk bookstore cuts (updated)

Update: A general meeting has been called “by petition of (the King Co-op Bookstore’s) membership” for Nov. 21. Two motions will be put forward — one concerning staff representation on the Board of Directors and the second seeking to establish a committee to develop a strategic plan for promoting the store.

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KSU to decide on conference funding (updated)

Update: Council unanimously approved the $420 in funding at Sunday’s council meeting. This year’s finance committee members were also appointed Sunday. The members met Thursday, before they were approved by council, and unofficially recommended the funding.

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Slipping away

A little over a month ago, Elizabeth Orenstein was lying at the bottom of a ravine, unconscious, blood dripping from her ears and nose, with a friend screaming her name and hoping she wasn’t dead.

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Without Borders

King’s journalism professors are enthusiastic about interacting with Israeli universities following an academic pilgrimage to Israel over the winter break.

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Disturbin' Durban

On Dec. 7, 2011, James Hutt woke up at 6 a.m. in Durban, South Africa. He hid his T-shirt underneath a dress shirt and caught a shuttle with 17 other young Canadians. Hutt was attending the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP17) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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A Russian play in Mexico City

Though 2b theatre company has been touring their double-bill production of Hannah Moscovitch’s The Russian Play and Mexico City in Nova Scotia and British Columbia since the summer of 2008, the show hadn’t made it to audiences in 2b’s home, Halifax. That changed on Nov. 29 when it had its Halifax premiere at the Neptune Studio.

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Same Difference

Places like Video Difference are a dying breed, says Sujit Sur, an assistant professor in Dalhousie’s School of Business Administration. Online video rental businesses like Netflix allow the sort of online convenience that a place like Video Difference cannot offer.