Grant Hall

My experience at the Jordan Peterson protest

“I am not going to give this guy with his hand raised like in a classroom the megaphone because I do not care what he has to say.”Continue...

Student starts online fundraiser to repair shattered Grant Hall window

Less than 24 hours after it was smashed at an anti-Jordan Peterson protest, one Queen’s student started an online fundraiser to repair a century-old stained glass window at Grant Hall.Continue...

University, Kingston Police respond to Jordan Peterson protests

While Jordan Peterson and Bruce Pardy engaged in “The Rising Tide of Compelled Speech in Canada” lecture inside Grant Hall on Monday, around 150 protesters outside the building rallied against the talk with signs, shouts and distractions. The next day, Kingston Police released a statement confirming the arrest of one protester.Continue...

Jordan Peterson lecture continues despite disruptions by protesters

With protesters present both inside and outside of Grant Hall, Jordan Peterson was quick to address the disruptions to Monday’s lecture. “Mark my words, that’s the sound of barbarians pounding at the gates,” Peterson told the audience.Continue...

Jordan Peterson protesters break window at Grant Hall, barricade exits

On Mar. 5, a protest erupted outside of Grant Hall at 4:00 p.m. in opposition to a lecture delivered by controversial University of Toronto Professor Jordan Peterson and Queen’s Professor Bruce Pardy.Continue...

Fashionable for a cause

On Feb. 9 and 10, Grant Hall’s familiar stage was transformed into a runway for this year’s Project Red charity fashion show, Henosis , in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation.Continue...

Clockwork confusion strikes Queen’s

As convocation season carries on, the limestone clock tower on Grant Hall strikes 12. And 1:30. And 6:30, and 1:00. None of these times are correct to Kingston.Continue...