September 1, 2015

News

Sarah Letersky appointed as new AMS Vice President (University Affairs)

Sarah Letersky, ArtSci ’16, has been appointed as Vice President (University Affairs) following the resignation of Catherine Wright about two weeks ago.Continue...

Queen’s professor victim of hit-and-run

Battling through a serious concussion, face lacerations and roughly 30 stitches across his face and eye, Queen’s professor Tony Noble only asks that those at fault learn from their mistakes.Continue...

Features

Moving out of the “monster house”

Mould, flooding, poor insulation and inadequate locks were the norm for student housing in 2010 — often in converted “monster houses”.Continue...

Sex in the city

Whether on the street, within massage parlours or at a strip club, sex is a commodity to be sold in Kingston.Continue...

Editorials

Obscenity laws leave us covering our eyes

Images of aborted fetuses have no place in public spaces, as they leave a graphic and mentally intrusive impression on onlookers of all ages who have no choice in their viewing.Continue...

Reducing water flow dries up healthy options

Banning bottled drinks on universities campuses is an all-or-nothing game.Continue...

Opinions

July 29: Teachers' association questions University’s actions — and other letters to the editor

Science Misconduct Always Amplifies

As I wrote in my June 30 letter to the editor, “The injustice and damage are much, much wider” than a single professor engaging in...Continue...

Nestlé leaves Canadians dry

Nestlé’s exploitation of Canadian natural resources needs to be put to an end — and consumers like us have the chance to do it.Continue...

Arts

Devan & Khalid come home

Kingston artists Devan & Khalid returned to their hometown this month — and they say the town has left an imprint in their music and their hearts.Continue...

The Kick and Push kicks off

This July and August, the inaugural The Kick & Push Festival comes to downtown Kingston, bringing six theatre companies together to present their crafts.Continue...

Sports

Gaels season opens with victory

Chris Mackey’s last-minute interception put the finishing touches on the Gaels’ 2015 season opener.Continue...

Queen’s professor kayaks to victory

While most professors spend their summers researching and relaxing, Dr. Bob Ross spent his on the unforgiving, subarctic Yukon River.Continue...

Lifestyle

A cheesy love affair

No relationship has been more fulfilling and reliable in my life than that between myself and a good slice of pizza.Continue...

Bring Elon Musk, Kimbal Musk and Mike Serbinis to Queen's

Today, the founders of Tesla, Kobo and Paypal are leaders in business and technology. But not long ago, they roamed the halls of Queen’s together.Continue...

In Focus

Frosh Week through the ages

Upper year students welcoming first-years to campus is one of the oldest traditions at Queen’s. But for nearly as long as the tradition has existed, it’s been accompanied by discussion and debate regarding the role of hazing in these activities.Continue...

A how-to for the halls

At some point in every university student’s life, they will be faced with the gut-wrenching food of their campus cafeteria.Continue...

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