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Small-time complaints unwarranted

The Queen’s students and faculty who protested in order to express displeasure with conditions at the soon-to-be-opened Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts need to give it a rest.Continue...

Wente is wrong, wrecks and rankles

Margaret Wente’s recent column about alcohol and sexual assault had its reasonable moments, but unfortunately, these were overshadowed by the column’s many flaws.Continue...

CFRC proposed fee increase denied

After CFRC’s resolution to increase their student fee was voted down at AMS Assembly, Operations Officer Kristiana Clemens said she’s concerned about the future of the station.Continue...

Plan updated for first time in 11 years

The University is updating its Campus Master Plan and they hope to make West Campus a destination for student life.Continue...

Students keeping their faith in sight

At Queen’s, toting your spirituality means more than getting the company of fellow religious students. It can end in some discomfort in this ever-secularized world.Continue...

CFRC fears bankruptcy

CFRC is looking to increase their mandatory $4.93 student fee in an attempt to steer the station away from potential bankruptcy once they have split from the AMS in 2014.Continue...

Queen’s must revaluate its relationship with the police

Queen’s University must begin distancing itself from systems of policing.Continue...

Queen’s must commit to a plan for the fall term

As Queen’s decides how and when to implement its back-to-campus framework, it’s vital the University is realistic and transparent about what the fall and winter terms might look like. Given how unpredictable the pandemic has been, committing to an online or hybrid year is the best call.Continue...

Hey, students: stop partying

At a school like Queen’s, it’s no secret students love to party. A pandemic isn’t going to change that, but students should think twice about throwing ragers this year if they hope to avoid an outbreak in Kingston.Continue...

Special constables have the potential to make students feel less safe, not more

Introducing special constables to university campuses has become increasingly popular in recent years but fails to acknowledge the negative impact this might have on students.Continue...

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