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Ice cream and long division—YouthNet comes to King's

Every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. since January 2018, the sounds of class in the King’s Theatrical Society lecture hall are replaced by the lively, enthusiastic sounds of 20 children. The kids, who range in age from grades two to six, trickle into the room in small groups, shuttled to King’s by volunteers who drive them […]

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Father Gary Thorne Reflects Back on his Eleven Years at King’s

It isn’t hard to draw parallels between the wizardly and witchy universe of Hogwarts and the enchanting life of the University of King’s College. That is particularly so with Father Gary Thorne acting as King’s very-own Dumbledore double. That being said, the beloved chaplain is passing on his wand. He playfully said that “the community […]

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Gifts galore: YouthNet hosts holiday gift drive

King’s students have a tendency to get involved within their community. This year, some students are helping to spread holiday cheer to kids through a north-end organization. YouthNet is operated out of the Saint George’s Round Church on the corner of Cornwallis and Sackville streets. They provide after school, lunch time, summer and teen programming for […]

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Climbing, Communion, Compline and Community

University of King’s College students, faculty members and outdoor lovers all flocked into cars eager to see the grandeur of Cape Split at the end of Sepember. The exhilarating day was a charming mix of climbing, communion, community and compline. The excursion extended twelve kilometers down the Cape, with a distinguished midway view of a […]