The increased use of contract faculty is a currently widespread problem in North American universities, and King’s is not immune to it. However, with recent changes in leadership here at King’s, there’s hope that change is in the air. Universities across the continent have been using short-term contract positions – rather than tenure positions – […]
The author identifies as Lebanese and is part of the small minority population that exists at King’s. The photos accompanying this piece feature Lianne Xiao, Julia-Simone Rutgers, Dorsa Eslami, Itai Kuwodza, and Chater, and are meant to serve as a parody to the over-recruitment of coloured individuals in King’s’ promotional material. Lack of racial and […]
“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 […]
King has signed a four-year extension to its contract with Sodexo, which was set to expire in June 2013. Instead, Sodexo will continue to operate out of Prince Hall until September 2017.