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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.

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Halifax 101: exploring the city after quarantine

Due to an unforeseen error, this story shows the incorrect author. Chase Fitzgerald wrote this story.

If you’re just starting out at King’s, there are some great places go check out that aren’t too far from campus. And if you aren’t in Halifax yet, here’s something to look forward to.

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Coping with online classes: self-care during a pandemic

A second-year student talks study and self-care tips after a summer of remote work.

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The Galley reopens for takeout, but the Wardroom remains closed

The Galley reopened today for takeout service, with hopes for online service in the near future. The Wardroom will remain closed for the time being.

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Winter sports could return, athletic scholarship continue

Blue Devils directors confirm that winter season can still happen, given there are not significant health concerns.

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Dalivery: King’s student starts small delivery business

Second-year journalism student started his business pre-COVID-19, but has plans to grow it this year.

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Peer support will continue on campus thanks to Fountain donation

Students will continue to have mental health support on campus and four other Halifax universities.

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How societies are adapting to remote learning

Most King’s societies will be fully online, but all are prepared to make sure that this isn’t a wasted year.