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Homecoming returns to Aberdeen

Kingston police were out in full force Saturday night, deploying up to 80 officers on Aberdeen St. and the surrounding area.Continue...

St. Patrick’s Day packs the streets

Last weekend’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations kept local law enforcement on their toes, according to Kingston Police.Continue...

Coronavirus party shows Queen’s hasn’t learned from its past

An inappropriately-themed party on campus last weekend, and the subsequent response, demonstrated that Queen’s still has a long way to go when it comes to addressing insensitivity and discrimination in our community.Continue...

Undergraduate Trustee apologizes for attending Coronavirus-themed party

Undergraduate Trustee Tyler Macintyre apologized Monday for attending a Coronavirus-themed party on Saturday night, where students wore surgical masks, drank Corona beers, and decorated the walls with biohazard symbols.Continue...

Kingston City Council considering ‘nuisance party’ bylaw

Public consultations were held at City Hall on Monday to gather input from the community on a potential ‘nuisance party’ bylaw. After the consultation process, the Kingston City Council hopes to have a draft Nuisance Party Bylaw for consideration in early 2018.Continue...

Several Con-Ed Teaches de-leadered prior to Orientation Week

Prior to the start of 2017 Orientation Week, several Concurrent Education faculty orientation leaders were de-leadered due to their alleged participation in a ‘hickey party.’ The tradition, practiced annually by Teaches, was brought to the attention of the Senate Orientation Activities Review Board (SOARB) last year.Continue...

Keg party shut down by Kingston Police prior to St. Patrick's Day

On Thursday March 16, Kingston Police pulled up to a student house on Earl Street around 1:45 p.m. and left with 17 seized beer kegs and taps.

The Kingston Police Street Crime Unit...Continue...

Principal Woolf issues statement about off-campus party

On Monday evening, Principal Daniel Woolf issued a public statement on his blog, concluding that no formal punitive process will be undertaken through the Queen’s Student Code of Conduct.Continue...