“Reading helps you imagine yourself in another person’s shoes.”
Rose Lipton Executive Director, Indigo Love of Reading Foundation
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“In storytelling I am a journalist first.”
Trina Roache Video Journalist with APTN Investigates
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“It’s about turning over stones that haven’t been turned over yet.”
Corbett Hancey Investigative journalist, writer and analyst
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“Helping is part of being in a community.”
Loran Morrison Anesthesiology Resident, Dalhousie University
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“Everything is taught through the idea of trying to get a deeper understanding of a big concept.”
Temma Frecker Middle School Teacher and Curriculum Coordinator: The Booker School in Port Williams, NS
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“There’s nothing I love more than getting to the bottom of a really complex story.”
Joan Baxter Author and Journalist
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“A liberal arts education is not just nice to have; it is a must.”
Daniel Shearer Executive Vice-President, General Manager at Cossette
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“I always thought it would be easier to be normal. But I turn left. I am never willing to settle.”
Meagan Campbell Reporter, National Post
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“I learned all kinds of things that still help me—like how to write for broadcast.”
Paul Brothers Anchor/Co-host - The Morning News, Global Halifax
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“What I appreciated about King’s … was the emphasis on confronting the injustices.”
Gwendolyn Moncrieff-Gould Government Relations Officer, Universities Canada
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“FYP equipped me with many of the skills that I now rely on as a lawyer.”
Alexander (Sander) Duncanson Partner at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
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“King’s helped me think about science through a different lens.”
Lisa Crystal Management Consultant, McKinsey & Company, New York City
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