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Dear Rouge finish off Canadian tour

Optimism and hard work takes you far in life, and fast — just ask Dear Rouge.Continue...

Queen’s Gaels fall varsity preview

The Journal’s sports editors examine the seven varsity teams that take the field this fall.Continue...

Board of Trustees set to vote on $87.5 million Wellness Centre project

During the July 14 meeting of the Queen’s Board of Trustees, over $100 million in University funds will be discussed — and potentially approved — for major capital projects.Continue...

AMS Assembly Oct. 22 preview

AMS Assembly’s third meeting of the term, which takes place tonight in McLaughlin Hall at 7 p.m., is set to review the non-academic discipline process and AMS budgets.Continue...

A debut show in Kingston

Montreal-based, self-proclaimed “dirty pop” trio Nancy Pants puts their own twist on pop-punk music.Continue...

New band brings the heat

Rock singer Logan Nubs Brown sold out his debut EP at his first show with his newly-formed band NUBS last summer.Continue...

Listen Up Kid breaks through

“Radio friendly but noisy,” are the first words that come to mind when describing the sound of Kingston-native five piece band Listen Up Kid.Continue...

Suns of Stone makes debut

Putting their own distinctive twist on traditional 70s rock, four-piece Ottawa based band Suns of Stone is just beginning to make a name for themselves in the Canadian music scene.Continue...

Campus music festival makes its debut

Involving eight different bodies and featuring 15 different bands, organizing QPOP Music Festival for the first time was no easy feat.Continue...

Kingston band shows their fighting spirit

It’s bad enough having to experience the sudden resignation of one band member, but when it happens multiple times and the remainder of the group still continues to make music, you’ve stumbled upon something special — just ask Kingston band Vorasek.Continue...

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