Revised safety plans and a spread-out academic timetable will make in-person classes a reality at King’s this fall. Students can also look forward to face-to-face student life and services.
KSU claims victory but says work is still to be done.
As the Wardroom student lounge still remains closed, the Galley introduces a brand-new website and the promise of merch.
Loosened restrictions mean that students are one step closer to the social atmosphere they have been lacking.
Production kits have been provided to journalism students amidst online learning.
KSU presents a balanced budget with no major cuts, pay for executive and laid-off staff and exec not included in the lines.
The Galley reopened today for takeout service, with hopes for online service in the near future. The Wardroom will remain closed for the time being.
The Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) has decided to cancel all fall sports for the 2020-2021 academic school year. Students and officials have high hopes of resuming play for winter sports. Due to Covid-19 and remote learning, the ACAA came to the decision to cancel fall semester sports. Affected sports at King’s include rugby and […]
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 […]
King’s sent an email to incoming students on June 26th confirming that residences will be open this fall at half capacity. The Watch obtained a copy of the email, in which the Dean of Students Katie Merwin outlines some of the changes coming. “I am happy to inform you that our residences at King’s will […]