Oct. 13, 2016 was a big day for the University of King’s College, as the school’s board of governors voted against a $1,000 tuition hike for the Foundation Year Programme (FYP). Last year, the McNeil provincial government removed the three per cent tuition cap, allowing post-secondary institutions to raise the costs of tuition by however […]
This year Professor William Lahey became the 25th President of the University of King’s College. Lahey is entering his term of presidency with a background in the fields of law and government. He has worked at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie for 15 years with plans to continue teaching during his presidency. “King’s […]
“Stay angry,” says a handwritten poster on the wall of the King’s Student Union Office. “Fight the Fees”, says the red button pinned to Gina Grattan’s shirt. As external vice president of the King’s Student Union, free education is a goal close to her heart. On Nov. 2, Nova Scotian students will take to the […]
President Cooper has reinstated the Budget Advisory Committee, a committee of faculty, admin and students, to review the coming year’s budget and recommend cuts and changes. The student position, and later the committee as a whole, was axed the year before by former president Anne Leavitt.