Frosh Week

Frosh mosh to Canadian folk-rock band

The Frosh Week Mystery Concert, one of the more highly anticipated events this week, didn’t disappoint as it featured some up-and-coming names in the music industry.Continue...

News: Year in Review 2015-16

This year The Journal’s news section covered a variety of topics ranging from academic freedom to Bieber Fever. The following is a collection of the news highlights from the year.Continue...

Orientation Week residence violations continue to drop

Write-ups filed by dons in residence during Orientation Week decreased again this year, continuing of a trend that began in 2012.Continue...

September 25: Letter to the editor

It should come as no surprise that I completely disagree with the Journal’s assessment of the email I sent to the student body on Sept. 10.Continue...

Several steps forward, one step back

I’ve never been so happy to see a downpour on a Saturday night. At that point, I knew we were in the clear.Continue...

U of T's "Brute Force Committee" releases photos with EngSoc's grease pole

It's been a week since EngSoc's grease pole was stolen and the thieves — U of T's "Brute Force Committee" — say they've been enjoying the attention.Continue...

Queen’s EngSoc grease pole stolen after Sci ’19 completes their climb

For the second time in 15 years, Queen’s Engineering Society’s grease pole was stolen from them by a group known as the “Brute Force Committee” (BFC) — a group of engineering students from the...Continue...

Shinerama continues to shine through the rain

During a rain-filled afternoon, Frosh Week came to a close with Shinerama Shine Day.Continue...

Talking Heads: What do you remember about Existere?

Letter to the editor: Civic-minded student swimmers at the pier

The PUC (Public Utilities Commission) dock at King and Beverley has been one of Kingston's favourite summer swimming spots for generations.Continue...

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