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  • Dec 9-15, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 28
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News + Opinion

  • Plagiarism allegations at King's College
  • Reality Bites
  • Plagiarism allegations at King's College

    Approximately 15 students in the First-Year Program at the University of King’s College are accused of plagiarising essays on Dante’s *Divine Comedy*. No student has been proven guilty, says FYP director Peggy Heller, and all students will be given the opportunity to defend themselves. The integrity officer, Stephen Kimber, is currently evaluating the situation along with Heller. “There is no possibility of expulsion,” says Heller. “For first time offenders, [the punishments] range from marks being deducted to failing the paper.” Because of the high standards that King’s students hold themselves to and the frequent reminder that plagiarism is not worth
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  • Looting the globe
  • Editorial
  • Looting the globe

    Instead of catering to the unhinged greed of international finance, we should be fighting back.

Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Town without TV
  • Film + TV
  • Town without TV

    Moderation Town, a locally shot web sitcom premiering on, is looking for laughs from online audiences.
  • Thirsty for art
  • Arts News
  • Thirsty for art

    Pull up a stool: The King and I, an installation at Anna Leonowens, temporarily transforms the space into an artist-run bar.


  • Homeward Bound
  • Feature
  • Homeward Bound

    Matthew Hornell and the Diamond Minds make a stop in Halifax before heading back to the rock.

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City Guides

  • The give guide
  • Give Guide
  • The give guide

    In these tough times, it’s more important than ever to support charitable organizations doing important community work. Yes, the big organizations, the bedrock of local charities, are essential and deserve our continued help. But a smaller organization mi
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