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Homecoming presents challenges for local Kingston businesses

Kingston’s local businesses encountered positive sales combined with “challenging” customers during Queen’s Homecoming last weekend.Continue...

HOCO in photos

“Hocoween” photo contest winner announcedContinue...

US midterm elections are looming, here are the key issues

The US midterm elections are just around the corner, and for voters down south and Americans at Queen’s, the election is an important chance to decide the future direction of US policy.Continue...

Queen’s settles court case with Ph.D student alleging misappropriation of neuroscience research

Dr. Mark Lindsay, a chiropractor and Queen’s PhD student filed, a lawsuit against Queen’s University; Dr. Douglas Cook, chair of the Queen’s Division of Neurosurgery; Performance Phenomics Holding Corp.; and Voxel AI Inc., which was intended to be a re-branding.Continue...

Senators find Queen’s Senate ineffective

Senators had mixed feelings about the effectiveness of the Queen’s Senate during the 2021-22 school year, reflected by declining participation and engagement from past years.Continue...

Commerce professor unearths Queen’s sustainability

Sustainability Professor in the Smith School of Business Steven Moore wants Queen’s to be a moral and sustainable leader through their actions and investments. Moore sat down with The Journal to discuss sustainability on campus.Continue...

A check-up on campus food establishments

Multiple Queen’s dining and retail facilities were inspected by health and safety inspectors in early September. The results were mixed, with some non-critical and critical violations being listed.Continue...

Class of ’26 looks forward to first year at Queen’s

In a somewhat post-pandemic world, Queen’s incoming students are set to have a different experience than first-years in the past two years.Continue...

Uncovering leaders: ‘Owen the Rector’

Owen Crawford-Lem, ArtSci ’23, was elected in March 2022 as Rector—one of the three highest officers of the University.

He is already known as “Owen the Rector”...Continue...

Queen’s sees $2.6 million uptick in entrance scholarships

Queen’s has surpassed its budget for spending on merit-based scholarships for the second year in a row.Continue...

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