Listen to the full interview of Joe Henry's advice to anxious parents on CBC's Afternoon Drive.
Fr. Michael Bechard proudly stood with 500 counter-protesters wearing a dark suit with a Roman collar during the anti-Muslim protest.
Summer Thorp, King's BA honors specialization in Social Justice and Peace Studies '11 talks about safe space on campus.
Rebecca Cousins publishes To Crown A Beast, the finale of a four-book series online.
Congratulations to King's graduate Justin Tiseo as well for his nomination for the Pillar leadership award.
Fourth year Psychology student Esther Ndombele speaks to the Gazette about the excitement of the solar eclipse.
English Professor Michelle Hartley discusses the Komagata Maru Incident and the troubling Canadian history it represents.
Disabilities Studies Professor Jeff Preston speaks with the London Free Press about sidewalk projects in older London neighbourhoods and how they will impact people with disabilities.
About 90 elementary and secondary school-age campers, leaders and volunteers are taking part in the camp this week where they will learn about Christianity, Judaism and Islam.
Kelsey Veltman has been named to the Team Canada roster for the 2017 Summer Universiade.
The Kyungil University students have spent six weeks in Canada as part of the Health Care and English as a Second Language Program at King’s, during which they focused on English as a language instruction with a focus on medical terminology.
International business graduate Colin MacDonald has been named the new assistant general manager for the London Knights.
News of Dr. Nicholas Skinner's retirement can be found on the Social Behaviour and Personality Journal site.
Principal David Sylvester speaks with the Catholic Register.
Elizabeth Hewitt has been named Senior Counsel member.
Professor Jeff Preston speaks with the London Free Press about the discrimination of the bylaw.
School of Social Work's Dr. Smith-Carrier will be sitting on the panel with several other experts for the comprehensive discussion from 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. on September 26th.
Criminology student Veronica Harrigan, moves to forward for Mustangs rugby.