Lyke Dyment is a first-year Foundation Year Program student and Blue Devils rugby player who was chosen to receive a Debra Deane Little and Robert Little Academic Athletic Scholarships.
"I'm a journalism student. It's a very top-notch program in the entire country. And the Foundation Year Program is as well. But thinking about how I was going to fund my education and make an impact and effectively spend my time here had me thinking," Dyment said.
He was trying hard to save the money he was making mowing lawns in Tyne Valley, P.E.I. last summer to pay for his education, and described the moment he opened the letter telling him he'd won a scholarship as "so special."
Third-year Contemporary Studies and Classics student Sarah Sharp created a beautiful and thought-provoking 'block window' as part of an end-of-term project for her History of Science and Technology (HOST) class The Nature of Time II.
It's comprised of three connected windows. She made designs on each using oil-based Sharpies and glass paint. The first window, following the Judaeo-Christian tradition, represents the 'arrow of time' or time as chronology. This vision of time is destabilized in the second 'quantum window' which illustrates the wave-particle duality in quantum mechanics.
Badminton Two wins from two tournaments has cemented King's Badminton as the team to beat in the ACAA. Sporting a number 3 National Ranking in the CCAA Polls, the Blue Devils have been anchored by senior player Bryce Mason, as he continues his mission of earning back-to-back national medals. Newcomers Jack Ronahan and Fiona Purdy…