June 30, 2015

News

Carley’s voice lives on

Although a rare cancer took the life of 19-year-old Carley Elle Allison, it could never take away her voice.Continue...

UPDATING: Timeline of Shirkhanzadeh academic freedom case

An updating timeline of Dr. Shirkhanzadeh's allegations to Queen's about research misconduct.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

Education is the pathway to reconciliation

Earlier this month, after a five-year investigation into the brutal history of the residential school system, Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee released a report naming education as a pathway to reconciliation.Continue...

Missed chances

Students who dedicate eight months a year to learning, shouldn’t have flipping burgers as their only option for the remaining four months.Continue...

Arts

Train of Thought stops in Kingston

A company of artists are traveling west-to-east in a “counter-colonial” direction across the provinces. Train of Thought, a coast-to-coast community arts journey, pulled into the Kingston VIA Train Station on June 11.Continue...

Ten days to celebrate ten years

Kingston's Skeleton Park Arts Festival has come a long way since it was a neighbourhood solstice party.Continue...

Sports

Varsity sports schedules released

With the schedules for all varsity sports now released, the Gaels are playing host to some of the top athletic schools in the country. Here’s some dates worth circling on your calendar for Queen’s biggest visitors of the fall athletic season.Continue...

Pettersen makes move to prime time

Kate Pettersen’s surname carries a significant weight in CFL circles, and she’s doing her best to carry on the family legacy.Continue...

Lifestyle

A walk to remember

Twenty-six years after its first frightful stroll, Kingston Pride is still taking strides to raise awareness.Continue...

Filtered to perfection

When I first got Tinder, a friend gave me some advice to help me master the art. She said I need: “A party photo to look cool, a travel photo to look interesting and a selfie to look hot, obviously.” Obviously.Continue...

In Focus

The balancing act

For incoming first-years, the mere prospect of experiencing university can be overwhelming.Continue...

Major decisions, minor worries

Decision-making is tough. That’s a fact of life.Continue...

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