Administration to pay back red pension funds

finances

Administration to pay back red pension funds

The University has agreed to repay $456 million in deficits accrued from operating the Queen’s Pension Plan (QPP) beginning in 2015 — but any effects ...

Education ignored

election

Education ignored

Let’s face it — politics in Ontario isn’t sexy.

Isabel Bader Centre ready to perform

construction

Isabel Bader Centre ready to perform

The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts will open for classes and to the public on Sept. 13 after a five year long period ...

Grading discrepancies a point of contention

Arts and Science

Grading discrepancies a point of contention

The “Journal vs ...” is a new section within Dialogue. Two writers — one a member of the Journal Editoral Board and the other a ...

Muck brings nostalgia to Modern Fuel

Gallery review

Muck brings nostalgia to Modern Fuel

Visual artist Martina Muck brought her unique artistic vision and plenty of nostalgia from her native Germany to Kingston’s Modern Fuel Gallery with her installation ...

A strong mentality

Training

A strong mentality

When it comes to sports, an athlete’s pre-game mentality can be just as crucial as any physical aspect.

Fence off the hazard

animal rights

Fence off the hazard

City Council’s decision to support turtle protection on local roads is money well spent.

Kingston and the Islands remains a red riding

election

Kingston and the Islands remains a red riding

After a month and a half of campaigning, Liberal candidate Sophie Kiwala has become the first new MPP for Kingston and the Islands in 19 ...

Men’s league ambitions

Men's rugby

Men’s league ambitions

Jacob Rumball’s tenure with the Ontario Blues has given him a leg up on the competition.

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