Everyone knows Casey the labradoodle, but there’s a new big dog on campus: Moka, owned by KSU Services and Campaigns Coordinator Michaela Sam. “We want Moka!” the people screamed. “Moka! So hot right now!” students exclaimed. To meet these demands, we sat down with Moka and Michaela for the exclusive story on what makes this […]
Wednesday, Nov. 2 will see students across Canada going all-out for free and accessible post-secondary education. According to Charlotte Kiddell, chairperson with the Nova Scotia branch of the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS), at the CFS general meeting in June 2016 students across Canada voted to have a national day of action, the purpose of […]
To our readers: Over the past few days, we’ve been facing a rather difficult ethical dilemma. Given the reaction to the original post discussed below, we were asked to disable comments on this article. We aren’t. Here’s why. As journalists, our duty is first and foremost to our readers. But in dealing with sensitive issues […]
During their first general meeting of the year, the King’s Student’s Union announced a deficit and the resulting cuts to their budget. On Sept. 29 the union executive pointed to a decline in recent enrolment as the cause of this deficit. Enrolment for the 2016-2017 year is 933 students. This is a decrease of over […]
This year Professor William Lahey became the 25th President of the University of King’s College. Lahey is entering his term of presidency with a background in the fields of law and government. He has worked at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie for 15 years with plans to continue teaching during his presidency. “King’s […]
Prior to changeover on March 15, The Watch caught up with the incoming executive and board of governors representatives of the King’s Students’ Union and asked them what changes they want to see happen over the next year. Here’s some of what they had to say.
Hundreds of students, professors and administrators spent Nov. 13 discussing the future of undergraduate education at DALVision 2020, a conference organized by the Dal Senate.
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.
More than 30 students limped, shuffled and dragged themselves to the Old Burying Ground on Barrington Street to protest tuition increases and funding cuts at Nova Scotia universities.
The success of the Quebec students’ strike has student leaders from all across the country asking the same question, “Can we do here what they did there?” Here in our humble little college, containing perhaps the most progressive students’ union in the province, our leaders are certainly listening to what their Quebecois counterparts have to say.