Vandalism

Nazi graffiti found in student housing district

On Thursday Nov. 17, graffiti depicting Nazi symbolism was found on a fence in a backyard near Earl and Victoria Street.

According to Kingston Police Media Relations Officer Steve Koopman...Continue...

Queen’s Socialists hold affordable tuition event

When AMS President Tyler Lively walked into the AMS offices on Saturday morning, he noticed that “there were stickers and posters everywhere”. After reading their messages, he labelled it an act of vandalism.Continue...

Vandalism isn’t the solution, but Kingston’s love affair with Sir John A. Macdonald needs to end

Two wrongs don’t make a right — ignoring the real legacy of Canada’s first Prime Minister doesn’t justify vandalism, but neither is vandalism an excuse to continue to celebrate his birthday.Continue...

Gerretsen and Sir John A. event organizer targeted in acts of vandalism

“I’m calmer now that I’m chain smoking,” Arthur Milnes said, puffing on a small section of a cigarette.Continue...

Spray can aimed in the wrong direction

Accusatory vandalism has no place in promoting body positivity.Continue...

Attention drawn to local historical legacy

While vandalism may not be the most moral method of protest, it certainly has raised awareness about Sir John A. Macdonald’s legacy in Kingston.Continue...