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“Everyone that I know is just sad and anxious”: Online Learning in Profile

Bridget Landry says with online schooling, just taking care of herself comes at the cost of marks.

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Creating a Sense of Community Through Mentorship

Over the summer a mentorship program was created. The goal? Give incoming students a taste of the King’s community.

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“Disability is a really political thing”: Disabled Students’ Collective established at King’s

Founder says the idea came after a long wait from the Dalhousie Accessibility Centre for accommodations.

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The Galley’s online ordering, food boxes and merch galore

As the Wardroom student lounge still remains closed, the Galley introduces a brand-new website and the promise of merch.

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Phase two: Residence at King’s has new rules

Loosened restrictions mean that students are one step closer to the social atmosphere they have been lacking.

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Conciliation breaks down between DFA and university

We are one step closer to a strike at Dalhousie, but there’s still time for a deal.

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UPDATED: KSU Election polls extended again

Polls have been extended till Oct. 14 after quorum wasn’t met again. Check Dal emails for more voting information.

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“Journalism doesn’t stop for a pandemic”: J-School supplied students with video kits

Production kits have been provided to journalism students amidst online learning.

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Say hello to Teddy: how to prepare for a hurricane

With a hurricane heading to Halifax for the second September in a row, here’s what you need to know to prepare for Teddy.

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KSU Budget 2020/21: No cuts to funding, summer pay for staff and exec

KSU presents a balanced budget with no major cuts, pay for executive and laid-off staff and exec not included in the lines.