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News in Brief: Month of July

Gord Edgar Downie Pier officially opens; Innovation & Wellness Centre to be named Mitchell Hall; AMS Human Resources Director resigns; Police confirm sexual assault investigation in University DistrictContinue...

Street party ticketing will send students to court

Students ticketed in the University District during major street party periods will now wind up in front of a judge and be subject to Non-Academic Misconduct (NAM).Continue...

19-year-old man arrested after three women sexually assaulted on Queen’s campus

A 19-year-old man was arrested by Kingston Police on Dec. 5 after he sexually assaulted three women within the span of 10 minutes. In a Dec. 6 news release, police said all assaults occurred on Queen’s campus and targeted women between 18 and 24 years old.

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Kingston Police weigh in on "busy, but not overly troublesome" Homecoming

For the Kingston Police and other first responders, this weekend’s Homecoming brought in relatively few incidents, with both arrests and tickets down from previous years.Continue...

On-campus break-and-enters produce bizarre thefts

Household burglary in the University District is regrettably commonplace, but in the first month of the fall term, it seems thieves have shifted their focus from students to professors.Continue...

$2,700 of Cocaine and Ecstasy seized in University District bust

On July 13, a 23-year-old man was arrested in the University District after Drug Enforcement Unit officers found cocaine and ecstasy in his home.Continue...

Hope dims for off-campus blue lights

Stationing blue lights around campus has made them ideal for accessing emergency services — but there are currently no lights off-campus.Continue...

Teaching tasteful Tasing is vital

Increasing the number of Tasers in Kingston Police Force’s stock is fundamentally a good decision, but only if it’s coupled with thorough training.Continue...

St. Patrick’s parties drizzled out

This past Monday, the streets were filled with shivering students dressed in green for the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.Continue...

Toss the costs

The first Homecoming weekend has brought on yet another debate about policing costs and student behaviour. While the weekend’s celebrations triggered many students to gather on Aberdeen St., and Queen’s has contributed to policing costs in the past, renewing such an agreement would be unjust.Continue...

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