After another ACAA league championship win this year, the University of King’s College badminton team is sending 7 players to Edmonton to compete in the national tournament.
There are two candidates running for student-life vice-president: Emy Dunleavy-Lachmann and Kaitlyn MacNeill. MacNeill (she/her) is a second-year journalism student.
Two people are running for external vice-president: Anna Carsley-Jones and Natalia Tola.
Two people are running for president: Aideen Reynolds and Victoria Gibbs. Reynolds (she/they) is a third-year student in gender studies and contemporary studies, while Gibbs (she/they) is a third-year international development and political science student.
Two people are running for communications vice-president: Aidan Rawding and Daniel Konopelski. Rawding (she/her) is a second-year journalism student, while Konopelski (he/him) is in FYP.
Kerri Lawrence (he/she, any pronouns other than they/them) is a third-year contemporary studies and political science major with a minor in German. He is running uncontested for the position of financial vice-president. The FVP is the financial officer of the KSU, not dissimilar to a treasurer.
The King’s Theatrical Society (KTS) set up chairs in a large circle in the pit. As masked students trickled in, they carefully measured one metre of space left between chairs. The KTS had a few virtual workshops last year over Zoom, doing what they could to keep a sense of community. Now, they are starting […]
“Hey hey! Ho ho! Fossil fuels have got to go!” “No more coal! No more oil! Keep your carbon in the soil!” “You are unstoppable, another world is possible!” Such were the chants of hundreds of students and community members, who rallied for a global climate strike on Sept. 24. Donning signs and clad in […]
Live music makes its long-awaited return to the Wardroom. The bar held its inaugural Black talent showcase featuring a duo of rappers: MAJE and Fiifi Three on Sept. 27. The two performed a dynamic, hour-long collaborative set to a crowd of eager students and guests. The dim, yet warm glow of dozens of delicately strung […]
The King’s Food Security Initiative is campaigning for a $3 levy. If passed, it will go towards funding a food pantry on campus. The fee, $1.50 per semester, would increase with the consumer price index (CPI) to accommodate for increased food costs. As Canadian prices change, so would the levy. Students can vote for the […]