For four weeks in the month of May, students have the opportunity to study in Arezzo, Italy to earn credits in Social Justice and Peace Studies and Italian Language and Culture while at the Rondine Centre for Peace.
KISAA (King's Indigenous Students and Ally Association) invites you to participate in Orange Shirt day to bring awareness and to educate people about Canada's participation in the Indian Residential School System and the impact this system had on Indigenous peoples and their communities.
Join alumna Denyse Gervais Regan '82, for a reading from her latest book,
The Lucky Thirteenth One. Denyse will also discuss why she began writing at age 50, the importance of writing our personal stories, and provide aspiring authors with writing advice.
The School of Social Work is looking for enthusiastic applicants to act as reception in the main office and to assist in material preparation, projects, research, data entry and social media. Students should not be registered in Social Work courses or plan to apply to Social Work. Deadline to apply is
Friday, October 18. Successful applicants will start ASAP.
If you are interested in engaging in meaningful conversation about issues of social justice, understanding the role we play in effecting change in the world today, making a difference in people’s lives and building community, then join this group. This year we will pay particular attention to the issues of the Indigenous people, land and climate as it relates to the Amazon.