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As my term as the president of Kings University College Students' Council comes to a close, …

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This year’s USC election had the highest voter turnout in nearly a decade, a feat made even greater by the fact that all campaigns were run completely online — or was it really that surprising?

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Floorcest is a controversial topic when it comes to life in residence. Students — especially the residence advisors — often frown upon the hook ups that could lead to all sorts of awkwardness or unwanted tension in a floor community. But sometimes, it’s worth taking that leap of faith.

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Culture editor Sarah Wallace tried her hand at a Zoom blind date. Here's how it went.

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Pandemic-era physical distancing has kept us two metres from the person in front of us in line at the grocery store, pushed our venting sessions with friends onto FaceTime and brought us intimately close with our roommates as they have become often the only human contact we have in a day.

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The pandemic has thrown a wrench in a lot of key university experiences: from sitting outside an exam room frantically reviewing your notes to bar nights on Richmond Row. One of the few things left unscathed are dating apps — at least on the surface.