Please see the note at the bottom of this op-ed in regards to updates made within the piece. I came home after a long, gruelling day of honours project bullshit to an email that was equally bullshit. An employee of the King’s advancement office asked me if I was interested in taking part in a […]
OPINION: Dismantling the divide
To continue my trend of pointing out issues I have come across in our community it is time to point out another: the false dichotomy and conflict created between the arts and sciences. First, let me explain my motivation, which is twofold. When I was in high school, in Dartmouth, I did all the […]
Misusing trigger warnings
I often start by saying what I’m saying and then explaining what I’m not. Today I’m going to do the opposite so you don’t get your knickers in a knot for nothing. What I’m not saying is I believe people my age have not suffered traumas. Something else I’m not saying is I think these […]
At King’s we talk a lot about self care insofar as it’s important to take care of our mental health. But why do we never talk about the physical side of things?
If you've never been a day student
When you have to travel half an hour or more just to get to campus, all the notice in the world may not be enough to get you out the door.
The need for accountability never goes away and student journalists are best positioned to fill that need.
It’s getting to that time of year where the handful of students who have been using the library since September are joined by hoards of crammers and last-minute essay writers. Here are some fun tips for our new friends to help to navigate the acceptable behavior for the library: The light switches turn the lights […]
It is one thing to be racist, and quite another to say that a tragedy that took millions of lives through senseless cruelty was devised to gain sympathy as a cover for their world domination plan.
On consent and intoxicaton
Under Canadian law, people can’t consent to sexual activities when they’re drunk. Having sex with someone who’s intoxicated is then considered a non-consensual criminal act.
I am not an athlete
Why have we settled for this view of King’s where academia is all that we have? Why aren’t we working to further this reputation of excellence in sport, as we are our reputation for excellence in academics?