University District

Investigating fowl play

An unexpected wake-up call ruffled some feathers in the University District last week with the discovery of some unclaimed chickens wandering free.Continue...

Catcalling: should it be criminal?

I asked a street harasser, “Why?” His answer was simple, but spoke volumes.Continue...

Landlord agreements not always legal

When Madi Trenholm found a broken oven in her new apartment, she thought she would just have to ask her landlord to fix it.Continue...

The divide

When crossing from one part of William St. to the other, over Barrie St. — where William becomes disconnected, rather than running in a straight line — it’s easy to see the stark external differences between houses in the University District and the houses outside.Continue...

In defence of the District

While the Journal's editorial on Tuesday Sept. 20 was well written, I want to take this opportunity to respond directly to some of the ideas stipulated within it.Continue...

Not ready for new name

On Sept. 15, AMS Assembly passed a motion to rebrand the Student Ghetto as the University District.Continue...

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...

String of break and enter, theft cases reported in University District

Kingston Police have confirmed several break and enters were reported in the University District between May 10 and May 22. Three of the cases occurred on Alfred Street and one on Beverley Street.Continue...

Numerous students report being egged in University District

Although it’s a bad thing to egg a house or car, it’s worse to egg a human being. Despite this, several students have reported being egged in the University District in recent years.Continue...

Student’s car stolen from University district following break-in

On Tuesday morning, Sarah Stern’s housemates noticed her car was missing from their driveway on Frontenac Street. After looking around, the students realized their house had been broken into and the keys to Stern’s vehicle had been stolen from the home.Continue...

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