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Prof target of poster campaign

Posters accusing Queen’s philosophy professor Adèle Mercier of being a “rape apologist” were plastered around campus this afternoon.

Posted 2 weeks ago

Restaurant takeover

It’s hard to ignore your cravings in downtown Kingston.

Posted 3 weeks ago

Darts and laurels 2013-14

Darts and laurels 2013-14

Posted 3 weeks ago

Trust at risk

The current administration is not only losing trust in student leadership, but is actively working to curtail this proud tradition.

Posted 3 weeks ago

Classic hunt for grail still holds wine

Are you feeling in the dumps from the crushing load of upcoming exams? Spoil yourself with a hilarious musical treat and go see QMT’s rendition of Spamalot, which will surely help you look on the bright side of life.

Posted 3 weeks ago

Sports journalism is still journalism

“With so much to celebrate, it is hard to comprehend why you and the Journal chose to sensationalize versus to recognize.”

Posted 3 weeks ago

Best of Kingston 2013-14

Nearly 100 people responded to the annual Best of Kingston survey, giving you a wide array of Kingston’s finest. Here are the results of our 2013-14 call for the best of the Limestone City.

Posted 3 weeks ago

Last words

Journal Editors in Chief Janina Enrile and Alison Shouldice reflect on volume 141.

Posted 3 weeks ago