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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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Arts & Culture Features In Focus

Soap Opera's back at the Wardy

Who hasn’t starred in a soap opera? Water spouts onto a head of sudsy hair; the mirror fogs up and bubbles gurgle down the drain, lost beneath the echo of a voice that boldly projects the latest Top 40 against tile walls. Bless bathtub acoustics: everybody’s a sensation while singing in the shower. St. John’s […]

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From dorm room to Wardroom

Chipped, dried body paint peeled from Ezra Tennen’s face as stage lights followed their descent onto his guitar. The lights fade from pink to a yellowish green as Ezra looks to his left at his bandmate Chris Oliver carving out a pulse with his cajon. They exchange a contagious smile before Ezra’s lips are back […]

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Communication Breakdown: SNARC, the KSU and the Wall of Women

On Dec. 4, the King’s Students’ Union (KSU) used the “This Week At King’s” (TWAK) mailing list to send out a membership advisory (to those students who are TWAK subscribers) explaining why the Wall of Women would not go up in the Wardroom. Four hours later, Students Advocating Representative Curricula (SNARC), the society behind the […]

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Wardroom seeks to educate

The Wardroom is the quintessential campus bar—but it’s trying to be more. If the Wardy feels busier than usual this school year, that’s because it is. Besides hosting local bands and planning dance nights, the Wardy’s focusing on creating an inclusive space and organizing educational events.   “I want all students to recognize that this […]

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Review: The Weir

Written by Conor McPherson, 1997 Directed by Chris Tully Produced by Ellen Zagar and Hannah MacDougall Conor McPherson’s critically acclaimed play, The Weir, is set in a rural pub, 1997 Ireland. Unlike most plays that you may be used to, the main goal of The Weir is character study, rather than conventionalized plot structure. The […]

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Casual racism on campus: Wardroom Wu-Tang Night sheds light on larger issue

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 […]

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Wardroom: Old and new

If the walls and corners of the Wardroom could speak, we’d be shocked at the secrets and stories they’d tell. Everyone at King’s already knows that there have been renovations taking place around campus. The Wardroom has been no exception. Fondly known as The Wardy, the campus bar has played an important role throughout the […]

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BYOC

Fun fact: Halifax doesn’t recycle paper coffee cups. Fun fact number two: if you bring your own mug to the Galley you save 25 cents on a cup of coffee.   When you use your own travel mug you’re not just helping the environment, you’re saving money too.   For the past two months, student […]