Weather

Scorn for Wynne-ter storm

In late December, an ice storm struck southern Ontario, hitting Toronto the hardest and leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark for days due to power outages.Continue...

Views on climate change vary

Since 1948, Canada’s national average temperature for winter months has risen by 3.2 degrees.Continue...

Sandy subdued

Hurricane Sandy blew through Kingston with more of a rattle than a bang.Continue...

Transitioning to fall fashion

With school back in session and fall just around the corner, it’s time to put away your short shorts and crop tops and pull out some warmer clothes in preparation for cooler weather. Fall, one of my favourite seasons to dress, provides endless outfit possibilities with plenty of layers and accessory options.Continue...

Snow raises winter concerns

The first snowfall of the year last Sunday is raising questions about winter preparations in the University District.Continue...

QJ Science: Winter woes ahead

Be warned: this coming winter has been described as the “T-Rex of winters” by the Old Farmer’s Almanac ’s editor.

When students choose to come to Queen’s, it usually isn’...Continue...

Rooftop cracks cause campus leaks

Water leaks in both Stauffer Library and the JDUC were reported during the past week, following heavy rainfall over the weekend.Continue...

Blackout stalls campus

Classes and workshops on campus were cancelled yesterday after widespread power outages affected buildings throughout the day.Continue...