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Wronged students have a right to sue their schools

One student’s 11-million-dollar claim against a university may seem clownish at first glance.Continue...

Campus Catch-Up: September

This September, Canadian universities have been grappling with issues ranging from racial slurs to unruly street parties. The Journal has summarized some of this month’s headlines from student papers across the country.Continue...

Tuition rates rising rapidly as tuition cap nears expiry

Canadian tuition costs continue to rise, according to a recent Statistics Canada (StatsCan) report. In Ontario, they’re rising faster — with Queen’s well above the national averages — and the province’s tuition cap has nearly expired.Continue...

Campus catch-up

It was revealed this week by The Eyeopener, Ryerson’s student paper, that The Ram in the Rye, a Ryerson campus pub, had been serving a vegan quinoa burger that wasn’t actually 100 per cent vegan.Continue...

Western USC’s homecoming ideas choose distraction over safety

No amount of zip lines and hot air balloons are going to fix a pervasive drinking culture.Continue...

Continuing an Ontario dynasty

It’s been said that there are three guarantees in life: death, taxes and Queen’s having a place in the OUA men’s rugby final.Continue...

Home-court at stake after losses

Two road losses have left men’s volleyball fighting for a home playoff game going into the final weekend of regular season play.Continue...

Wright ravages Western

Jenny Wright’s dominant Saturday powered women’s basketball past the Western Mustangs.Continue...

Volleyball in brief

Men’s volleyball winless, women’s volleyball undefeated after opening weekendContinue...

CIS dreams dashed

Women’s rugby won’t have a chance to defend their CIS bronze medal after losing the OUA’s third-place match.Continue...

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