• 5 things you didn't know about King's University College Oct 19, 2017

    5 things you didn't know about King's University College

    Read Campus Ranking's blog and enter to win $2,500 in free tuition.
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  • Top 10 places to have lunch on campus Oct 18, 2017

    Top 10 places to have lunch on campus

    Review our BuzzFeed list that highlights the best places to have lunch on campus. 

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  • Campus Ministry discusses Theology at Western Oct 17, 2017

    Campus Ministry discusses Theology at Western

    Father Michael Bechard, Janet Loo, Jim Panchaud, Annette Donovan-Panchaud and Ali Neves speak about all that is offered by King's Campus Ministry on Radio Western.

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  • Social work alumnus gives back to his home country Oct 11, 2017

    Social work alumnus gives back to his home country

    Allan Ssemugenyi (BSW '12) dedicates his life to helping others in Uganda through ChildLife Network.

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  • Dr. Joe Michalski quoted in London Free Press about London unemployment Oct 10, 2017

    Dr. Joe Michalski quoted in London Free Press about London unemployment

    A new study by the Poverty Research Centre at King’s University College shows that only about half of working adults have a full-time permanent jobs with benefits.

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  • History professor sees parallels between today and the age of Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin Oct 2, 2017

    History professor sees parallels between today and the age of Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin

    Dr. Robert Ventresca in the Catholic Register on the decline of world wide freedom. 

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  • King's University College Chamber Choir performs during Culture Days Sep 29, 2017

    King's University College Chamber Choir performs during Culture Days

    Catch the choir on September 29 from 8-9 p.m. on the corner of Talbot and Dundas.

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  • Sociology professor weighs in on job growth in London Sep 18, 2017

    Sociology professor weighs in on job growth in London

    Dr. Don Kerr discusses poverty and growth in the London area.

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  • King's professor discusses poverty in London with the CBC Sep 15, 2017

    King's professor discusses poverty in London with the CBC

    School of Social Work professor Dr. Tracy Smith-Carrier discusses how low-income earners in London are struggling in today's housing market.

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  • Principal David Sylvester discusses how King's would help Dreamers Sep 15, 2017

    Principal David Sylvester discusses how King's would help Dreamers

    Supporting students in the US impacted by DACA is in our DNA as a Catholic university, says King’s Principal.

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  • Friendship Bench reminds students they are not alone Sep 15, 2017

    Friendship Bench reminds students they are not alone

    Violette Khammad, KUCSC President says the Friendship Bench reminds students that King’s cares about social justice and progressive thinking.

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  • King's hosts Sep 15, 2017

    King's hosts "adulting" event at the end of September

    The event will feature a number of short talks from guest speakers who are experts on topics like mental health, personal branding and confidence. 

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  • Census data on employment dissected by King's researcher Sep 13, 2017

    Census data on employment dissected by King's researcher

    The London Poverty Research Centre at King’s, and faculty, dig deep into unemployment issues in Southwestern Ontario.

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  • King's adds mental health 'friendship bench' Sep 13, 2017

    King's adds mental health 'friendship bench'

    Sam Fiorella wants students to say hello and open up about their mental health.

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  • King's installs first Friendship Bench in London Sep 13, 2017

    King's installs first Friendship Bench in London

    A yellow bench was installed Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at King's as part of a Canada-wide effort to break the stigma around mental health.

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  • School of Social Work Associate professor will be part of panel exploring solutions to poverty Sep 12, 2017

    School of Social Work Associate professor will be part of panel exploring solutions to poverty

    Dr. Tracy Smith-Carrier is one of five on a panel that will explore solutions to poverty and also will be discussing the merits of basic income at the Oxford County Town Hall Meeting on Poverty to be held September 26, 2017.

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  • Sociology professor comments on unemployment in London Sep 11, 2017

    Sociology professor comments on unemployment in London

    Dr. Don Kerr discusses London's current unemployment rate. 

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  • King's students enjoy O-Week closing ceremonies with concert by Marianas Trench Sep 11, 2017

    King's students enjoy O-Week closing ceremonies with concert by Marianas Trench

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