Aberdeen

Homecoming returns to Aberdeen

Kingston police were out in full force Saturday night, deploying up to 80 officers on Aberdeen St. and the surrounding area.Continue...

Woolf goes door-to-door asking for self-discipline

Queen’s Principal Daniel Woolf knocked on doors on Aberdeen and Earl Streets on Sept. 28, asking students to avoid large street parties.Continue...

Graduates face job market realities

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

Party on the way out

On Saturday night, the Aberdeen Street party peaked at around 500 people. The event drew
significantly fewer people than last year, which boasted between 1,500 and 2,500 people on the Student Ghetto street.Continue...

Street stays tame

At its peak on Saturday night, Aberdeen Street had approximately 500 revelers — a much smaller turnout than in previous years.Continue...

Creepy clown spotted on Aberdeen causes student concern

Just after midnight on Oct. 13, Queen’s student Vibhor Mathur walked onto Aberdeen St. and was confronted with a sight that caused a slight stir on Facebook later that night.Continue...

Homecoming liveblog 2

Follow along as we liveblog the celebrations of the night of Saturday, October 19, 2013.Continue...

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