King’s and Dalhousie bring back mask mandates
Breaking: King’s extends mask mandates in gym, chapel, library, meal hall, Wardroom until end of fall term. More to come. To reduce the risk of new COVID-19 variants spreading across their schools, both Dalhousie and King’s are requiring students to wear masks as they return to their studies. On August 10th, Sarah Clift, Vice President…
Classics in the Quad returns with a presentation of Antigone
The ancient Greek tragedy is being directed by third-year student and filmmaker Tessa Hill.
Photo essay: “This is not just the start”: Students rally to demand climate change action
“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…
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UKC Badminton team sending 7 to nationals in Edmonton
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.
KSU Election 2022: Student-Life VP Candidate Overview
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.
KSU Election 2022: External VP Candidate Overviews
Two people are running for external vice-president: Anna Carsley-Jones and Natalia Tola.
Arts & Culture
The landscapes of our college: winter
A short photo essay from winter 2022-2023. Killam library Killam library The Macdonald building
Trying to become more wicked
Four poems by Antonia Zwissler.
Keeper E. kicks up dance storm at the Wardroom
The Halifax synthpop star’s September 22nd set almost drifted by peacefully — that is, until her last song began to play. The unreleased track is called I Can’t Get Out of Bed, and it is anything but sleepy. Its coda sees Adelle Elwood – otherwise known as Keeper E. – trading in her lilting alto…
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An update to our previous story on Wet’suwet’en protests in Halifax was printed in our Feb. 2020 edition. On February 12th, upwards of 150 people organized to block the Fairview Cove Container Terminal and the gate to the terminal in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land and water protectors. The RCMP in British Columbia are removing Indigenous…
Halifax/K’jipuktuk: Protestors Stand in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
Upwards of 150 people organized in Halifax on Feb. 11th around noon to block the Fairview Cove Container Terminal and the gate to the terminal in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land and water protectors. The main blockade was at the Fairview Cove Container Terminal, they are stopping trucks from entering the terminal. The second is down…
FIN: Giving Voice to Indigenous Experience
Indigenous issues and representation were tackled in many films at this year’s Atlantic International Film Festival and Michael Trombetta had the chance to review three of them.
No mourning for a regrettable queen
Against the institutionalization of grief and reverence for the late monarch, Elizabeth Windsor.
Dude… It's natural
Periods are taboo. Blood is coming out of someone’s body. They are disgusting. They can be abundant. They can be small. They can last for a week. They can last for 3 days. It’s basically a deep cleaning of the uterus. Sometimes it hurts. It’s irritating. It makes you feel more emotional. In high school,…
Books be gone?
She’s cute, organized and here to ruin your life: Marie Kondo wants you to get rid of your books. Kondo is an author who was previously best known for penning the book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, a bestseller that explains Kondo’s method of cleaning up your house, and inevitably, your life. It…