Money’s Tight Everywhere By Evelyn Hornbeck and Charlotte Harrison -October 28th, 2011 Occupy movements across North America have proven that there’s a growing concern for how money is being spent by the guys who drive big wooden desks, but cash is a cause for concern around campus, too. The King’s chapel is being squeezed and […]
The Watch is important. This is not a sentiment you hear expressed often on King’s campus. The Watch gets a lot of flack, from too boring to just plain bad. We’ve heard it. But the fact is, an independent student publication is vitally important to student life, as the free press is to a democratic […]
September 11, 2011 Here is the text of the email sent out by KSU President on Friday to announce the end of the Boycott. It was sent to the TWAK mailing list, but here it is, for the record. King’s Students, Today, myself and Omri Haiven had a meeting with Nick Hatt (Dean of Residence), […]
April is the cruelest month to start running the Watch. By Charlotte Harrison and Evey Hornbeck – April 22, 2011 With King’s students busy studying for exams, writing final papers, moving, and scraping together enough change to go for farewell beers with friends, contributing to the Watch wasn’t on the top of many todo lists. […]
by Adrian Lee and Griffin McIness – Feb. 17, 2011 Over the past few months, we’ve been watching the King’s presidential selection process closely, and have included in this issue a short introduction to the three final candidates (see “Presidents Choice”). From the looks of it, the Board of Governors has gone about its search […]
The regional media outlets totally dropped the ball on coverage of the Day of Action.
Nov. 2, 2010 “The Watch has always aimed big and delivered small.” Maybe it’s self-defeating that the editors’ welcome to what really is an exciting new era for the Watch begins with a quote like that, from our founding editor-in-chief. But really, our new website is just that—we are delivering small. Celebrating a 21-year-old newspaper’s […]
Dec. 8, 2010 As editors-in-chief of the Watch, our job is to direct dialogue and debate at King’s. Last Friday, that dialogue turned to din as King’s was abuzz with rumours of FYP students accused of plagiarizing their last essay. This was precisely the news our student magazine and paper of record should cover, and […]