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Study in Florence, Italy

Early Modern Art, Literature and Politics with Dr. Jannette Vusich

A King's Foundation Year Programme Student reads on the quad.

Foundation Year Programme

Application Deadline June 1, 2015

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Master of Journalism and Master of Fine Arts Creative Nonfiction Programs

The Chapel Choir Unrobed

Join the Chapel Choir for concerts in Lunenburg and Halifax!

University of King's College will host CCAA Badminton Championships, March 5-7

National Badminton Championships

King's hosts the CCAA championships. Come cheer on our women's doubles March 5th-7th!

Alex Fountain Memorial Lecture 2015

Alex Fountain Memorial Lecture

Join us February 26th, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.

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Patrick Fulgencio is headed to Estonia to photograph curling.
Second-year journalism student Patrick Fulgencio is the winner of the World Curling Federation (WCF) Sports Media Trainee Programme for the 2015 World Junior
Lewis Lapham was among the speakers to King's MFA Creative Nonfiction students
Thirty five King’s graduate writing students spent last week in New York City meeting with, and learning from, some of the most accomplished and
We condemn in the strongest possible terms the horrific attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Reports say at least 12 people have died,
Thomas Watson, an athlete and a scholar
A Blue Devil’s basketball player surpassed the 1000 point plateau and led his team to two crucial victories over University of New Brunswick and St.
Dr. Jannette Vusich, Faculty, Early Modern Studies
The Early Modern Studies Programme is pleased to announce a new way to study the Renaissance at King’s in May 2015. Early Modern Art, Literature and
Students in the University of King’s College Master of Journalism New Ventures program were major prize-winners this past weekend at “Startup

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The questions are still open for us as we strive to understand these great texts. We need the students' help.”

—Dr. Angus Johnston, Inglis Professor, FYP