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The University of King’s College, Canada’s oldest chartered university, is a tightly-knit and extraordinarily lively academic community located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is known nationally and internationally for its interdisciplinary programmes in the humanities and journalism. More V

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Colleen with children Feeding our Future
Summer means summer camps for many children around the province. For the Sodexo team, summer camps mean lots of lunchboxes--around 1200 each week. Between 7
Karen McColl, Gordon Sinclair Bursary winner 2014
This summer Karen McColl (BJ ’14) is embarking on what – for most people – would be the adventure of a lifetime: a seven week canoe trip up
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King’s is one of 40 historical and architecturally interesting venues that will be open to the public for Doors Open Halifax on 7-8 June. 
Elizabeth Strong Reagh
The 2014 Judge J Elliott Hudson Award will be awarded to Elizabeth Strong Reagh, QC. This award is given to an alumna/us who, like Judge Hudson, has made
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The King's College Chapel Choir CD, Let Us Keep the Feast: Music for the Church Year, was named Outstanding Recording for the Year at the Choral Canada
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Encaenia 2014 began as it always does at King's, with a flurry of students in gowns scooting across the quad, eager parents taking photos of their grads in

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—Dr. Angus Johnston, Inglis Professor, FYP