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Education principals

Just like coffee and textbooks, uncertainty isn’t hard to find on Canadian university campuses.Continue...

The changing look of love

Queen’s brings hearts together, even after graduation.Continue...

Teaching goes both ways

These days, your undergraduate experience isn’t complete without Teaching Assistants.Continue...

Let the games begin

You’re not the only one wondering what time to watch the Olympic opening ceremonies.Continue...

Papal popularity

Even from across the ocean, Pope Francis is making a splash in Kingston’s Catholic community.Continue...

Proudly indigenous

Ashley Maracle didn’t wear a cap and gown to her convocation. Instead, she wore her traditional Mohawk regalia.Continue...

Dedicated decades for students’ sovereignty

The Queen’s Alma Mater Society outdates Canada and has outlived other products of its era.Continue...

Tartan-tailored tradition

Tartan and tams are only the beginning — Queen’s has plenty of reasons to celebrate Robbie
Burns Day.Continue...

Reading between the lines

Chris Tabor, the general manager at the Campus Bookstore, agrees with the common sentiment that textbooks are ridiculously priced.Continue...

Conversation started

“How are you doing?” While these words are said countless times a day, the question is seldom genuinely answered.Continue...

According to the research

You can’t have teaching without research and vice versa, according to John Smol.Continue...

Up in smoke

What was supposed to be a relaxing study break turned out to be anything but for Taylor McDowall.Continue...

Exam questions

Queen’s biology professor Robert Montgomerie doesn't see the value of exams.Continue...

On the outside looking in

Eleven years ago, Scott fell off a 12-storey roof.Continue...

A changing atmosphere

Climate change is happening, and is likely to impact Kingston’s animal population — including the famed Kingston squirrel.Continue...

Just around the corner

Today’s corner stores offer much more than bubblegum, as they must in order to thrive.Continue...

No bar, no problem

Around four years ago, Kingston’s last gay bar — Shay Foo Foo’s — shut its doors for good. Since then, LGBTQ community members are unsure if they even want one at all.Continue...

A grave history

When someone’s buried six feet under, it’s assumed they’re dead and gone.Continue...

Ghetto pets

Caring for a furry friend isn’t always fun and games if you’re a student.Continue...

The learning curve

Thinking outside the box can be a challenge, but for those with learning disabilities, it’s the only option.Continue...

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