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August 31 - 
September 4.

September 5-11th.

September 5, 10am

September 5, 11am
Outside DL parking lot.

September 6, 9:30am
LH 103

September 6, 3:30pm
Kenny Theatre

Every Tuesday and Thursday starting September 13, 
Reflection Room

September 13, 1:30pm
Transitioning Your Learning to University
KC 119

Drop-ins every Wednesday, 1-4pm

September 14, 12pm
Reflection Room

Thursdays starting September 15
Reflection Room

September 15, 2pm

September 28, 3:30pm
Joseph Boyden
Kenny Theatre

November 5, 1- 4pm
Liturgy Schedule
September 11, 5pm
Labatt Hall 105

Christ the King Chapel

September 22, 7:30pm
Incorporating Indigenous Spirituality into Church Liturgy and Practice
Senator Nick Sibbeston
Joanne and Peter Kenny Theatre
Volume 4 / Issue 1 / August 29, 2016 
Here we go again!

We hope you had a lovely summer! Now that we're getting ready for another academic year, we wanted to welcome first year and new in-coming students to King's. We wish you the best of luck as you get settled into a brand new year here at King's. If you have any questions, or need help finding a class, please don't hesitate to ask staff and faculty. We're always happy to help you find your way. 

Orientation Week is September 5th - September 11th. Check out the schedule for a full list of events for the week. Move-in day is on September 5th starting at 10am followed by a welcome BBQ at 11am in the parking lot outside of Dante Lenardon. We look forward to meeting you!

We salute the class of 2016 and wish them congratulations!

If you have submissions for Things@Kings please send them to
communications@kings.uwo.ca . Things@King's is sent out via email, Facebook and posted to the website every Monday. Our content deadline is Wednesday at noon. Please let us know about your events, or share your favourite campus photo.

King's Communications Team
Student Bus Passes

Your student bus passes are available for pick up in the King's Student Life Centre starting August 31st. Remember to bring your student I.D. with you. If you don't have student I.D. yet, you can pick it up in Enrolment Services.
Bridging Week

The King's International Students' Bridging Program takes place from Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 to Sunday, September 4th, 2016. It provides an opportunity for new international students to become comfortable with King's, Western and London prior to the excitement and hectic pace of the Orientation Program for all new students. Please help us in welcoming our new international students to Canada as well as to King's.

King's Opening Ceremony

Join us in the Joanne and Peter Kenny Theatre on Tuesday, September 6th at 3pm as we kick start our new academic school year!
Fall Library Hours

The library's hours are changing beginning September 8th

From  September 8 - December 7 the library hours are as follows:
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - Midnight
Friday: 8:00 am  - 8:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am  - 6:00 pm
Sunday: Noon - Midnight

The library is closed Sunday, October 9 & Monday, October 10, 2016 for Thanksgiving.
Learning Skills Seminars

Transitioning your learning to university. September 13th at 1:30pm. KC 119.

Attend 4 presentations and earn a Certificate of Academic Engagement. Attend 6 presentations and earn an Advanced Certificate of Academic Engagement. Also earn Brain Bucks (residence students only).
Veritas Series for Faith and Culture

Incorporating Indigenous Spirituality into Church Liturgy and Practice
September 22, 2016 with Senator Nick Sibbeston in the Joanne and Peter Kenny TheatreSponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Before contact, Indigenous people had their own spiritual beliefs and practices connected to their relationships with the water, land and the animals that surrounded them. While most Indigenous people embraced Christianity, many continued to practice their spirituality to honour the Creator in their own way. In a post-residential school world where the relationship between Indigenous people and Christianity has been tested and damaged, the Church needs to acknowledge and honour Indigenous practices. Including Indigenous cultural beliefs in the Liturgy is essential if the Church is to remain relevant to people's daily lives.

Senator Nick Sibbeston  is a member of the Dene Nation from Fort Simpson in the Northwest Territories with a long history of involvement in public and church life. As a Residential School survivor, Sibbeston went on to become a lawyer and a politician, serving as Premier of the territory from 1985-87. He has represented the NWT in the Senate since 1999. He wrote about his relationship to religion in his recent autobiography, You Will Wear a White Shirt.

Joseph Boyden is an Award-Winning Novelist and will present the inaugural Principal's Lecture on Contemporary Indigenous Issues for this year's first King's Hour.
Joseph Boyden will explore the relationship between art, education and survival through the lens of his personal experience with a focus on the historical and contemporary experience of First Nations peoples. The discussion will reflect the perils and inner strengths of marginalized groups and how the liberal arts and creativity open a door to growth and joy. Joseph's award-winning writing career contains a common theme of the inequality of the First Nations peoples. He is best known for his books Three Day Road, Through Black Spruce, which won the 2008 Scotiabank Giller Prize, and The Orenda, which was named the winner of CBC Radio's Canada Reads 2014.

This King's Hour will take place in the Joanne and Peter Kenny Theatre on Wednesday, September 28th at 3:30 p.m.
Open House

If you know someone who's trying to decide on which university to attend, join us for our November 5th  Open House from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. We'll show them why King's is the best choice for their university career.
Business cards are now available for students to order! 

The cards will be available for pick up at Central Services by providing a student card or proof of identification. An email will be sent to notify students when their business cards are available. Business cards are limited to fourth year students only; third year students may purchase business cards with the presence of a letter of recommendation.

Please go here to order. Order in quantities of 50 or 100. 

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