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CrossFit challenged

CrossFit Queen’s is searching for a permanent home.Continue...

End of an era for men's volleyball

For Joren Zeeman, there’s no solace in a fourth-place finish. The men’s volleyball team is trying to come to terms with the outcome of last weekend’s CIS championship at the ARC — an event the Gaels had been anticipating for five years.Continue...

The somber side of sports

Countless Gaels athletes have been sent for rehab at the ARC after major injuries cut their seasons short.Continue...

Olympic hopefuls flock to Queen’s

Dreams of becoming a Canadian Olympic athlete aren’t as lofty as they once seemed.

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Woman has rings stolen in ARC, Kingston Police sought persons of interest from footage

On the morning of Nov. 15 a jewellery theft occurred in the Queen’s Athletic Recreation Centre, and Kingston Police took to social media to identify the two suspects caught on tape.Continue...

ARC home to athlete workers

Flirting with the idea of juggling academics and a job is demanding enough for most students. But mix in the schedule of being a varsity athlete, and it’s a whole different ballgame.Continue...

ARC schedules invite complaints

Following recent complaints regarding the ARC’s Lifting Zone, Queen’s Athletics and Recreation has altered its schedule to provide more open time slots....Continue...

Sports in Brief

A brief version of sports news around campus.Continue...

Organizers pleased with hosting debut

Queen’s Athletics had to turn fans away from the men’s volleyball team’s CIS semifinal on Saturday night. “We were sold out,” Athletics Director Leslie Dal Cin said. “We haven’t ever had to turn people away from an event before.”Continue...

ARC thief caught

A curl-up bar and barbell weights stolen from the ARC were recovered Wednesday at 3 p.m. A fourth-year Queen’s student had stolen the items last Friday.Continue...

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