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Athletes and artists convene for a cause

Student musicians were put in the spotlight last Sunday at QJUMP’s third annual Backyard Coffeehouse.Continue...

Street art as survival

Jerm IX, a street artist whose work decorates downtown Kingston, hopes he can help people truly see the environment around them — and not simply look at it.Continue...

Poets with disabilities perform pieces with heart

A poetry reading was held on Tuesday night with performances by poets looking beyond their disabilities and finding inspiration in the world around them.Continue...

Literary gems in downtown Kingston

In the coming winter months, few things are more cozy and warm than a cup of coffee and a good bookstore.Continue...

Acclaimed authors talk freedom of expression

The muzzling of free press, the dismissal of media and the act of writing as activism were topics of a Kingston WritersFest discussion on Friday night.Continue...

Eclectic comedy troupe returns to Queen’s

The award-winning sketch comedy troupe She Said What paid a visit to their alma mater last week.Continue...

Myth Marks makes move to decolonize museums

Myth Marks tries to reverse a history of colonized museum spaces.Continue...

Born Ruffians go against the grain

Indie music artists are set to take over campus next week.Continue...

A new identity for Viet Cong

The controversially-named Viet Cong — with help from openers Greys and Heavy Lifting — made for a surprisingly giddy night of noise and punk on Sept. 20.Continue...

A music festival on Alfred St.

This Sunday, the University District became the temporary location for a miniature music festival.Continue...

A night of healing

This past Saturday, the Common Ground (CoGro) Coffeehouse stage welcomed students to reveal their personal struggles with depression, racism and transphobia through various art forms.Continue...

Five short reads for the student schedule

The busy months of student life aren’t an optimal time to immerse yourself in a good book.Continue...

Election inspires interactive artwork

In light of the upcoming election, Kingston’s Studio22’s exhibition expresses artists’ deep-rooted political beliefs, encouraging viewers to do the same.Continue...

Four ways to get involved in the Kingston arts community

First-year students are often unaware of the city beyond campus, let alone the vibrant arts community that exists in Kingston.Continue...

Thinking outside the genre box

Royal Canoe is a Frankenstein’s monster of sorts — a band of sewn-together genres.Continue...

BMO Arts Competition winner pours heart into art

Lindsey Wilson, the provincial winner of the BMO Art! Student Art Competition, says her winning piece was deeply personal.Continue...

Q&A with Miles Howe

Journalist Miles Howe says his new book on anti-fracking protests helped him release the personal demons left behind by the struggle.Continue...

A whirlwind wartime romance

Domino Theatre’s production of Letters in Wartime follows a young couple surrounded by the stresses of war.Continue...

Student artist profile: exploring an expanding world of digital art

You’ll most often find Emma Roberts, ArtSci ’18, doodling her favourite video game characters in the margins of her geography notes.Continue...

Artists paint the town

This weekend, artists wandered through Kingston looking for local scenes to paint and sketch as part of a Worldwide Paint Out.Continue...

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