Posts by Olivia Schneider

Just a day to get drunk?

On St. Patrick’s Day, it seems everyone is a little Irish—or wants to be. It’s a day to boast of Irish heritage, no matter how remote or imaginary that ancestry may be. Enter any establishment, especially one with a liquor license, on March 17 and more than one patron’s shirt, hat or button will probably…

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Funding found for King’s chaplain

King's Chapel. Photo by Angela Gzowski

Discovering the funding to save the chaplaincy at the University of King’s College turned out not to be a matter of “seek, and ye shall find.” Instead “knights came in on horses and saved the day,” says King’s professor Neil Robertson. The “knights” are donors from the community who have ensured that those who rely…

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Vandalism leaves King’s Chapel in the dust

Chapel. By Jesse Blackwood

The Chapel remains empty until week-long cleanup is finished Vandalism that occurred at the King’s Chapel Oct. 3 (see here) has not stopped the Chapel’s congregation from worshipping together. Until the Chapel is open again, services are being held in a blue tent outside the Chapel, and in The Pit, the King’s theatre. As the…

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Diocese explains funding cuts to King’s Chapel

NSPEI Diocesan Seal

Bishop Sue Moxley of the Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island says the Diocese has no intention to end the Chaplain’s position at King’s. However, beginning in January, the Diocese will be contributing 50 per cent less of its funding. She says the reduction in funding is not a reaction to how…

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Funding cut for King’s “cornerstone”

King's Chapel. Photo by Angela Gzowski

KSU committee created to find solution   Correction: In the print version of this article, there was a miscommunication in the amount of funding that was being cut. The article below reflects changes made to solve that. The Gazette apologizes for the error.   The Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island will cut…

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The journey over

the journey over

How out-of-province students cope It is well known that Dalhousie attracts more than just Maritimers. According to the school’s website, 44 per cent of its students come from other provinces. But in the thrill of a transition, what gets lost in translation? Alex Martin, who graduated from high school in Kingston, Ontario, will begin studying…

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