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Entrepreneurial skill

It took a Dragon to convince Brody Hatch to disband his company.Continue...

Plan updated for first time in 11 years

The University is updating its Campus Master Plan and they hope to make West Campus a destination for student life.Continue...

A longstanding tradition

The student rector position at Queen’s makes the University unique amongst other
Canadian schools.Continue...

Within stained glass

There may be a tunnel under one of Kingston’s oldest churches, but no one can tell you for sure.Continue...

Downtown’s natural evolution

Downtown Kingston’s tight knit community may contribute to a common myth which suggests that businesses have a high turnover rate. But according to owners, this may not necessarily be true as business turnover downtown is just a microcosm of the situation in larger retail areas.Continue...

Residence rule offences rise

Fall semester had a spike in residence citations, and admin and residents’ councils are unsure as
to why.Continue...

Cancer research impacted

Today’s economy is making it difficult for research initiatives to acquire funding.Continue...

Stuck between high rent and a hard place

Rent prices in Kingston are among the highest in the province and Queen’s students are paying for it.Continue...

PEC now open for use

The future of the Physical Education Centre (PEC) is under discussion after the three gyms at the Centre were reopened last week.Continue...

Uncertain future for co-op

Last spring, the University hired a new position to look into the potential of expanding experiential learning for Queen’s students. According to Career Services, the program is still in its research stage and has yet to develop any firm plans.Continue...

The “insider” question

Exposure, not experience, may be the key to success for teams who run for AMS executive positions, says AMS President Doug Johnson.Continue...

The cost of faking it

There is little legal risk for underage students who attempt to enter Kingston’s bars with
fake identification.Continue...

Digesting campus food options

Five years ago, an external review found that Queen’s campus was overcrowded by independent food operators. Currently, there’s been no official rule established, but the University has adopted a practice where these outlets are now disallowed
from opening.Continue...

A 'subdued' history of activism

The heart of campus saw students protest yesterday in response to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Gaza strip.Continue...

Thieves drawn to student areas

For the past two years, University Ave. has had one of the highest amounts of thefts in the
Student Ghetto.Continue...

At home, families face unique struggle

When Annie Riel’s husband returned from his deployment to Afghanistan last year, something had changed.Continue...

When stalking hits close to home

Kingston has one of the highest rates for stalking in Canada, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s an unsafe city, according to Kingston Police.Continue...

A dive into the harbour’s history

The waters of Lake Ontario have a history of crime.Continue...

Location for innovation

Testing facilities at Innovation Park are helping fumes from car paint generate power.Continue...

AMS revisits fraternity ban

The AMS is seeking legal consultation regarding the 78-year-old ban on its members becoming part of fraternities or sororities.Continue...

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