Being a new student at King’s, I took on the task of documenting the life in residence for a couple of weeks. The following pictures are a record of the life of a first-year student– in only three weeks I have gone to dozens of lectures, a climate strike, a concert in the quad and […]
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Althea Pilapil loses sleep from having to stare at a screen all day, but the pandemic has also given her time to start a business.
Bridget Landry says with online schooling, just taking care of herself comes at the cost of marks.
Over the summer a mentorship program was created. The goal? Give incoming students a taste of the King’s community.
As the Wardroom student lounge still remains closed, the Galley introduces a brand-new website and the promise of merch.
If you’re just starting out at King’s, there are some great places go check out that aren’t too far from campus. And if you aren’t in Halifax yet, here’s something to look forward to.
A second-year student talks study and self-care tips after a summer of remote work.
Second-year journalism student started his business pre-COVID-19, but has plans to grow it this year.