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IT items to be sold at the Campus Bookstore

With the closing of the Campus Computer Store at the end of April, the Campus Bookstore will be expanding their selection of personal IT items.

The University made the announcement in...Continue...

Move-in signs should move out

While Orientation Week aims to welcome new students to Queen’s, the dozens of inappropriate move-in day banners that haunt the University District are hardly welcoming.Continue...

Queen’s pulls plug on Campus Computer Store

Following a year-by-year trend of financial losses, Queen’s has decided to close its on-campus computer store.Continue...

Arrest follows break and enter at Queen’s

At approximately 10 p.m. on the evening of Oct. 29, Kingston Police (KP) officers received a phone call summoning them to the Craine Building on Queen’s campus.Continue...

Hot and heavy on campus

There’s something taboo about having sex on campus. In an environment that’s meant to be studious and serious, the risk of getting caught only adds to the thrill.

I’m perhaps the...Continue...

Tartan’s progress up for debate

The ASUS publication the Tartan was the subject of a tense debate at the society’s first winter assembly on Thursday night, with some members arguing the online publication has done little since current editors-in-chief Brendan Goodman and Scott Ramsay took office on May 1.Continue...

Talking Heads: Should smoking be banned on campus?

Should smoking be banned on campus?Continue...

Campus catch-up

News from campuses around Canada.Continue...

CFRC accused of discrimination

A former CFRC volunteer has accused the campus and community radio station of anti-Semitism and employment discrimination.Continue...

Malicious blue light activations decrease

Malicious blue light activations have reduced since last year, according to Campus Security.Continue...

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