The current labour dispute at the Chronicle Herald has made national headlines, with journalists waiting to see what will happen next. The way this strike is resolved could show which way journalism is heading. If resolved well, the newsroom may have hope. If botched, it could feel like watching an outdated model gasp its last […]
King’s journalism students and members of the Canadian Freelance Union joined the picket line on February 3 to support striking Chronicle Herald workers.
In 2015 the severity of the Syrian refugee crisis was recognized by much of the world’s population when a photo of a young Syrian boy’s body washed up onto a Turkish beach circulated the Internet. While the Syrian conflict has been going on for nearly five years now, more attention is being brought to it […]
The new location of the Khyber Centre of the Arts on Hollis Street, is a beacon of hope for artists who were surprised by their abrupt eviction from the Barrington Street location in the spring of 2014. “I think a lot of artists and art goers felt helpless and that the city was pushing them […]
You can pile on blanket scarves all you want, but will they be enough to thaw the end-of-semester chill? November weather in Nova Scotia is cruel and fickle, and often the only way I can bear to step out into the grey days is to turn myself into a walking hot water bottle. Thermos upon […]
Getting to know your city is a bit of an art – one that can make you feel more like you belong while also stoking your wanderlust. It helps you feel independent yet more connected. How well do you know Halifax? If you live on campus, are new to town, or spend most of your […]
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 […]