King’s students, Caleb Rutner and Michalia Walls, each brought home bronze medals from the OUA Wrestling Championships.
The newest club on campus is the King’s Dance Company. Auditions happen this week.
The winning name for the fairtrade café in the Student Life Centre has been chosen.
Students in the “Exploring Disability” course examine how a London business has worked to accommodate an employee with a disability.
Congratulations to King’s student-athletes, Kristen Pearn and Rachelle Washkevich, for their championship win.
Dr. Jeff Preston, assistant professor in Disability Studies, at King's University College was one of three panelists on CBC Radio’s new morning show.
Cripcuts, which was screened at King’s University College on Nov. 26, was presented by Tangled Art + Disability in collaboration with King’s Disability Studies program and VibraFusionLab.
King’s faculty in Disability Studies, Dr. Pamela Cushing will be travelling to London, England in May to be on hand when Jean Vanier of Canada receives the 2015 Templeton Prize.