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Men’s Issues Awareness event sparks controversy

Hundreds of students packed into Ellis Hall auditorium Thursday night to listen to and debate Janice Fiamengo’s controversial men’s issues talk.Continue...

Former Prime Minister talks policy

The Right Honourable Joe Clark, the 16th Prime Minister of Canada, came to campus this past Tuesday to give the 2014 Sheila Skelton Menzies Lecture.Continue...

Nenshi talks Calgary

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi came to campus yesterday to promote Calgary as a place for Queen’s students to live and work after graduation.Continue...

Political panel discusses scandals

Canada needs more of a watchdog media, according to a visiting
CBC anchor.Continue...

Stateless man seeks citizenship

Deepan Budlakoti, as of now, has no nationality.Continue...

Alumnus tells students to ‘dream big’

Queen’s alumnus Alan Mallory, with his father and two siblings, became the first family to climb Mount Everest.Continue...

Elizabeth May criticizes

Elizabeth May, the leader of the Green Party of Canada, spoke at Robert Sutherland Hall
yesterday on the Harper government and the muzzling of government scientists.Continue...

Tim Hudak talks conservative policy on campus

Conservative Party of Ontario leader Tim Hudak came to campus Wednesday as a part of early campaigning in the Kingston areas.Continue...

Hsu visits religion, science classes

Member of Parliament Ted Hsu visited Queen’s yesterday to speak about religion and science.Continue...

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