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Studio Q: gains and losses

Two QTV alumni discuss the amalgamation of three campus services.Continue...

Assembly accessibility atrophies apathy

Different perspectives on the AGM and AMS policies.Continue...

Federal parties go postal

Our contributors discuss the future of Canada Post and the response of the major federal political parties.Continue...

Sober second thought, rethought

A look at three perspectives on Senate reform.Continue...

Race to the executive posts

Campaign managers for teams BGP, PDA and TNL write in why their team deserve to win.Continue...

Stirring the legalized pot

Panel discusses Canada's choices in the long-standing drug debate, promoting the status quo, legalizing only marijuana and legalizing all drugs.Continue...

Rounding off on Romney

Social issues, economics and foreign policy would all be affected in some way if Mitt Romney wins the 2012 US presidential election. Our panelists break it down.Continue...

At panel discussion, Queen’s experts talk federal election issues

Leading up to the federal election on Oct. 21, Queen’s School of Policy Studies is hosting a series of roundtable discussions featuring four experts on topics including domestic policy, migration, and foreign policy.Continue...

City of Kingston hosts Sir John A. 360°Panel Discussion

As part of Kingston’s Your Stories, Our Histories project, the City hosted an open panel discussion about Canada’s first prime minister.Continue...

“Can Artists Really Save the World?” panel has no easy answers

Some of the foremost names in Canadian contemporary art gathered in the Agnes Etherington Art Centre last Saturday to debate whether or not art could really save the world.Continue...

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