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Arts & Culture

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.

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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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Live Music at the Wardy is Back: MAJE and Fiifi Three perform

Live music makes its long-awaited return to the Wardroom.  The bar held its inaugural Black talent showcase featuring a duo of rappers: MAJE and Fiifi Three on Sept. 27. The two performed a dynamic, hour-long collaborative set to a crowd of eager students and guests.  The dim, yet warm glow of dozens of delicately strung […]

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New society fighting food insecurity campaigns for levy

The King’s Food Security Initiative is campaigning for a $3 levy. If passed, it will go towards funding a food pantry on campus. The fee, $1.50 per semester, would increase with the consumer price index (CPI) to accommodate for increased food costs. As Canadian prices change, so would the levy. Students can vote for the […]

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Photo essay: students camp out and protest Dalhousie tuition increase

Despite student protest, Dalhousie University passes its second tuition increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Campus Updates In Focus News

In-person classes returning to King’s

Revised safety plans and a spread-out academic timetable will make in-person classes a reality at King’s this fall. Students can also look forward to face-to-face student life and services.

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KSU Election 2021: Harris named president

Nick Harris wins solo race with plans to take action to reopen student business and improve mental health coverage, but will have to work hard for student engagement.

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Lifestyle

Halifax Valentine’s Day Guide 2021

Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day or Galentine’s Day this year, The Watch has you covered. Treating your partner? Your friends? Yourself? We’ve curated a Halifax guide to Valentine’s day that’s guaranteed to help you out.

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KSU Election 2021: Student Life VP Candidate Overviews

Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The Student Life Vice President is responsible for tasks such as societies and orientation week and is the student representative on the Occupation Health and Safety committee at King’s. Luke Baumgart Luke Baumgart (he/him) is a first year FYP arts student from […]

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KSU Election 2021: External VP Candidate Overview

Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The External VP is responsible for tasks such as resource centres, liaising with South House and running services and campaigns. Aideen Reynolds Second-year student Aideen Reynolds (She/They) is hoping to motivate student activism as the KSU’s next External Vice President. Reynolds is […]