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An open letter to the class of 2020

Graduating from university, like one’s wedding, or the birth of a child, is one of a handful of milestones one always remembers. When asked what our graduation was like, the class of 2020, now and forever, regardless of what they studied or where, will all be stuck giving the same answer. “We were the Coronavirus […]

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KTS Main Season: 'Little Death' review

Little Death, directed by Daniel Halpern and written by Daniel Sarah Karasik, opens with a conversation at a bar. The awkward conversation is realistic, eyes drift from hands to smiles. Tension builds for several minutes as the conversation between Ali, played by Hilary Allister, and Dallas, played by Simone Reid, dips its toe into the […]

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Let TED Talk!

For the first time, TEDx is coming to the University of King’s College. Behind the event is a dedicated team, including the King’s Student Union Financial Vice-President, Nick Harris. He was the first to initiate the process of bringing the conference to King’s. “Honestly, I love this place,” he said about why he wanted the […]

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Shedding Light

As the days get colder and shorter, many students find themselves with a case of the winter blues. Feeling down is a natural response to not getting outside as much, but for some, it can be much more severe. Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a mood disorder that occurs during the fall and winter […]

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KTS Main Season: 'Will You Taste Our Blood' review

Sex finds itself in the spotlight of The Pit. Will You Taste Our Blood, written by Katie Clarke and directed by Clarke and Adrianna Vanos, is a bubbling concoction. The play combines elements of the Greek tragedy The Bacchae with contemporary issues of sex, consent, and social anxiety. It stars Alex Retzer as Mae (a […]

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February Horoscope!

Pisces: Feb. 20-Mar. 20 The stars are in constant motion, changing the way they are aligned in relation to us and affecting our moods and perceptions as often as there is motion. And we are incapable of altering their course even if we wanted to. What is often misunderstood in astrology is that if the […]

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January Horoscopes!

Capricorn. Dec. 22- Jan. 19   Only four months until this semester is over and then you can go back to whatever it is you pretend to like and complain about anyway in the summertime. You may naturally be a pessimistic person, more likely to see the negativity rather than the positive, which may be […]

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No-Thanks November

  At the beginning of this month, I pitched an idea to my radio class: people were taking to social media to do challenges in November. Why?  That idea sparked interest in making a podcast about November, the neglected, rejected and (probably) dejected month.  November has a reputation as an ugly month, and it lacks […]

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Is your tote bag killing you?

If you frequent the King’s campus, you’ve probably seen your fair share of tote bags emblazoned with various designs; they’re a popular way to transport stacks of books around. But what are the impacts of these silly little tote bags An article on Oprah.com explores the scary facts surrounding the lopsided nature of totes and […]

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Dog of a preacher man

“You haven’t had so much fun in ages, have ya?” says Father Ingalls to a breathless and ecstatic bandana-wearing Finnegan, who’s lying at my feet. Allow me to explain. This interview starts with a chase, literally. Fifteen minutes before, as I entered Father Ingalls’ office, Finnegan the Pembroke corgi barrelled out and bounded down the […]