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Street party ticketing will send students to court

Students ticketed in the University District during major street party periods will now wind up in front of a judge and be subject to Non-Academic Misconduct (NAM).Continue...

Doug Ford makes campaign stop in Kingston

At a routine campaign stop in Kingston on Sunday afternoon, Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford evaded a pointed question posed to him by The Journal regarding his plan for tuition affordability and how he would fund it.Continue...

Features

Higher education but lower salaries for adjunct professors

For Andrew Bretz, the high turnover among adjunct professors is a threat to education.Continue...

Truth and Reconciliation at Queen’s, a year later

To commemorate the year following Queen’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) final report, Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe performers will be singing in the Agnes Etherington Atrium on Friday alongside a catered feast.

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Editorials

Provincial voters deserve better than simulated news

It’s completely legitimate to use stories to your advantage, but creating an entirely new narrative without informing your audience is unacceptable.Continue...

Make prisoner health a priority for student advocacy

Kingston has two sets of bars—in its Hub and in its prisons.Continue...

Opinions

Roundtable: What Ford means for the youth vote

Rising tuition costs and a dicey labour market are significant sources of stress, anxiety and economic insecurity for young people—and especially for students.Continue...

Roundtable: What Wynne means for the youth vote

The Ontario Liberal’s campaign slogan, “care over cuts,” is indicative of the party’s continued commitment to ensuring both access to equal opportunities and affordable living.Continue...

Arts

Queen’s alum puts face to refugee crisis

Weaving together historical fact, psychological insight and her own imagination, The Boat People is Sharon Bala’s award nominated first novel.Continue...

Novel captures innocence in wartime

Tassos Anastassiades’ first book is an unconventional glimpse into growing up in German-occupied Greece through the eyes of a naïve child.Continue...

Sports

Kwemo sees dream come true

Nelkas Kwemo was surrounded by family and friends—patiently awaiting his future. Soon, he thought, his childhood dream of becoming a professional athlete would ring true.Continue...

New campus building boasts extra athletics facilities

After closing in 2016 for a renovation overhaul, the Physical Education Centre (PEC) is making a comeback—and with a new name.Continue...

Lifestyle

John Mulaney’s Kid Gorgeous is relatability at its best

Since the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, the entertainment industry saw a dramatic spike in its production of highly-politicized content. Whether intentional or not, it seems as if art released today—especially in the form of comedy—can be spun to fit a conservative or liberal agenda.Continue...

A serial commuter’s guide to summer podcasts

The unfortunate truth about summer is despite the post-exam rush of freedom, it can be incredibly boring once summer jobs begins—especially if you are one of many students who will be commuting daily.Continue...

In Focus

The art and science of ArtSci frosh week

How do you inspire 2500 teenagers to bond with each other, on a shoestring budget, in four days or less? You cover them with shaving cream and hope for the best.Continue...

Commerce Frosh Week: from probation to commendation

Following two year’s worth of changes made to their week’s events, training and culture, Commerce’s faculty orientation week has been cleared of their probationary status.Continue...