Queen’s was established 58 years after the British Crown acquired present-day Kingston. But that happened centuries after it was first inhabited.  
In 2050, Kingston moves to Ohio. 
If Air Canada wasn’t going to fly the monkeys, Queen’s would find another way.
The Province’s recent changes to OSAP are costing Ontario universities a collective $360 million—and international students may help cover the difference.

Altruism meets voluntourism

January 25, 2019
For many university students, a trip spent mixing volunteer work with tourism in the developing world is a rite of passage.
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.  

Mind the confidence gap

January 11, 2019
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.
When Kori Altenpohl walked into CHEM 112 three years ago, she had classmates for the first time. 
After investigating the conduct of AMS President, Miguel Martinez, the Society’s head judicial officer was fired on Tuesday morning.
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. What happened that day left family and police with few answers. Ziomkiewicz grew up in Kingston with her two brothers, Chris and Bernie.
Maybe it would all have been different if Emily* hadn’t fallen that day.
When Kaitlyn MacDonald entered Landmark Cinemas in Kingston this summer, she started to cry.
As students and teaching assistants (TAs) return to classes, some will bond over more than their lessons. As of Fall 2017, the University employed 1,850 TAs in a wide range of departments, class sizes, and duties. But intimate relationships between some students and TAs might often be overlooked. 
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