Kingston

Homecoming 2022 recap: the sanctioned and unsanctioned

Following the fauxcoming celebrations the week prior, students gathered for unsanctioned Homecoming celebrations on Aberdeen St. in a similar fashion to years previous.Continue...

Bryan Paterson & Conny Glenn win municipal elections

From wild street parties to rat infested houses, the new Kingston municipal government hopes to solve campus issues by bridging the gap between Queen’s students and Kingston residents. The new...Continue...

Skyler McArthur-O’Blenes wants to represent Kingstonians with a ‘fresh’ perspective

A few years ago, Skyler McArthur-O'Blenes, ArtSci ’20, was a government minister at Queen’s Model Parliament. Now he’s running to be the Mayor of Kingston in 2022.Continue...

WritersFest connects authors and readers in Kingston

Kingston WritersFest returned this past weekend, hosting a wide variety of authors and events for the Kingston community.Continue...

Kingston needs more family doctors, but where are they?

In the late winter of 2007, Blair Frost made his way from his small coastal hometown of Yarmouth, N.S., to Kingston.Continue...

Kingston Night Market Recap

The Journal explores the fourth annual Kingston Night Market and interviews Melanie Redman, Executive Director of Loving Spoonful.Continue...

The best niche date spots in Kingston

There’s nothing worse than running into your fellow tutorial members while you navigate a brutal Hinge date. While bars like Ale House are the perfect breeding ground for running into friends and meeting new people, they’re not the ideal place to go on a date.Continue...

Alleged racially motivated incident demonstrates reality faced by students of colour in Kingston

Two racialized graduate students at Queen’s say they were targeted by a driver who almost ran them over when they were crossing the road at an intersection on Jan. 6. The women later told The Kingstonist the driver didn’t show any signs of remorse or guilt before driving off, and they believe he deliberately sped up to attack them.Continue...

Sipping local: exploring lesser-known Kingston coffee shops

With Kingston claiming the title of highest per capita restaurants in the country, it’s no surprise the city is saturated with charming, small-town coffee shops.Continue...

Talking Heads: Why did you choose Queen’s?

“What sealed the deal for me was touring the day before Homecoming (I clearly was unaware of how wild Queen's Hoco was, being an American student). I saw all the alumni walking around in their Queen's jackets and I'd honestly never seen so much school pride at any other school I'd toured.” Anna Reynolds, ArtSci ‘21 Continue...

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