April 30, 2017

Features Archive: 2011

Socialist writer speaks to students

Students and Kingston locals gather to hear writer Richard Dufour speak on the Occupy movement and its place in socialist discourse.Continue...

Students in transit

Features takes a look at the day-to-day experiences of Kingston Transit drivers and how their services will change in 2013.Continue...

Res citations increase

Drunk students can end up in either the Campus Observation Room, Emergency Room or Detox CentreContinue...

Interest in ceremony persists

Students, faculty and staff gather in Grant Hall to commemorate those lost in war.Continue...

No plans for fall reading week

More universities adopt second reading weeks, but Queen's may not follow suit.Continue...

Hot food not an option

Vendors report a loss in profits after being told to discontinue the sale of hot foods.Continue...

Skeleton Park earns its name

Cemetery under Skeleton Park resurfaces after spring thaw.Continue...

Campus file-sharing draws attention

Queen's Information Technology Services receives complaints from major film companies concerning illegally downloaded files on the network.Continue...

Room for faculty transfers limited

Features debunks the myth that upper-year students can easily transfer from Arts and Science into Commerce.Continue...

Trudeau stops by

In the first installment of the sit-down series this year, Justin Trudeau speaks to the Journal about student issues, engagement and his time in the political sphere.Continue...

James Ready campaign targets students

Queen's was selected as one of six schools targeted by beer company James Ready's new advertising campaign.Continue...

On campus for the holiday

Students talk about Thanksgiving weekends spent in Kingston while their peers head home for a weekend with family.Continue...

Student soldiers

Twenty-three Canadian Forces members are enrolled in undergraduate programs at Queen's.Continue...

One Stop through time

The owners of Campus One Stop open up about their time in the Student Ghetto fixture.Continue...

Graduates face job market realities

More Queen's graduates are opting for postgraduate education over immediate entry into the work force.Continue...

Candidates talk student issues

The Journal spoke to provincial candidates about the issues that affect students most.Continue...

Risks and returns of RESP investments

The value of stock-invested RESPs fluctuates in a changing market and can leave students high-and-dry come tuition payment time.Continue...

Leaves and lamps

Day-to-day functions of BioSci's roof-top greenhouse facilities.Continue...

Taxing nights behind the wheel

The Journal takes an inside look at one taxi driver’s experience in Kingston.Continue...

Top five STIs on campus

Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HPV and genital herpes are the most common sexually transmitted infections diagnosed at La Salle.Continue...

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