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How climate change will shape Kingston

In 2050, Kingston moves to Ohio.Continue...

Queen's in print

Queen’s legacy is incomplete without mention of its student newspaper—one of Canada’s oldest student publications, at over 140 years old.Continue...

1940s era anti-Semitism crept onto campus

During World War II, Canadian campuses faced the anti-Semitism streaming out of Europe.

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Kingston police combat human trafficking increase with education

From shuttling victims along the 401 to predators using Snapchat and Instagram to target girls as young as 12, human trafficking is no small problem in Ontario.Continue...

The curtain on animal research at Queen’s lifts an inch

If Air Canada wasn’t going to fly the monkeys, Queen’s would find another way.Continue...

Following OSAP changes, international student tuition could rise

The Province’s recent changes to OSAP are costing Ontario universities a collective $360 million—and international students may help cover the difference.Continue...

‘You don’t even have to think’: Eating disorders and varsity athletes

When Branna MacDougall realized what was happening, it was too late.

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More than a consignment dress boutique

In November, the City reported 55 per cent of Kingston’s homeless population were women. Dawn House Women’s Shelter and Spread the Love Boutique want to make sure no one forgets.

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Altruism meets voluntourism

For many university students, a trip spent mixing volunteer work with tourism in the developing world is a rite of passage.Continue...

STI rates rising, but sex-ed adrift

Most first-year students in residence know they can get condoms for free or cheap from their Dons or the Sexual Health Resource Centre (SHRC) on campus.

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Mind the confidence gap

The confidence gap is 40 per cent—the difference between the 100 per cent qualifications women feel they need for a job and the 60 per cent men do, according to a Harvard Business Review study.Continue...

The women of Queen’s, as told through their campus paper

The first female Editor in Chief of The Journal took over while World War I raged overseas.Continue...

From a school of one to a campus of 24,000

When Kori Altenpohl walked into CHEM 112 three years ago, she had classmates for the first time.

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A campus history written in war

It was 1919. For the students entering or returning to Queen’s after the Great War, campus wouldn’t be the same.Continue...

Head judicial officer fired after investigating AMS president

After investigating the conduct of AMS President, Miguel Martinez, the Society’s head judicial officer was fired on Tuesday morning.Continue...

The 1978 disappearance of a 27-year-old Queen’s lab technician goes unsolved

Forty years ago, Christine Ziomkiewicz vanished without a trace. She was last seen on June 23, 1978. The following decades revealed little of the 27-year-old Queen’s lab technician’s disappearance...Continue...

Mature students' second act in education

For many mature students, school days are filled with full-time jobs and mouths to feed at home.Continue...

How a 1960s Queen’s student utopia fell from grace

Princess Towers—an aging 16-storey apartment building that looms over the Hub—began its life as a student-run utopian commune in the 1960s.

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Meet the students behind mental health conversations on campus

As mental health struggles abound, some students have taken peer support upon themselves.Continue...

As citywide opioid busts increase, campus prepares

Maybe it would all have been different if Emily* hadn’t fallen that day.Continue...

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