Journal photographers followed AMS, ResSoc and faculty election candidates this week to capture the commotion, elation and devastation. In the span of 24 suspenseful hours, winners were crowned — all while an unforeseen delay made this an election to remember.
A look at the students of Twisted as they attempt their own brand of aerial arts like trapeze and silks.
Synchronized swimming Jan. 13 at the ARC.
A look at the antique and vintage items inside the downtown Kingston store.
A sea of purple descended on the patio surrounding Clark Hall Pub and the Campus Bookstore late this morning as first-year engineering students took part in the annual jacket slamming event.
Photos from King’s Town Players’ production of Night of the Living Dead
Journal photographers Justin Chin, Corey Lablans and Jeff Peters captured the second-place candidates on the night of the Rector’s election.
Journal photographer Justin Chin capture the Light’s concert at Sydenham United Church on Oct. 14, 2011.
At this year’s 13th annual Wolfe Island Music Festival, music enthusiasts were treated to performances by Jenn Grant, PS I …
Comedian Ron James films a portion on Queen’s for an episode of the Ron James Show that will air this …
Collecting Stories: The Heritage Quilt Collection exhibits the long history of quilt preservation at the Agnes Etherington, keeping century-old stories …
Liberal candidate claims 39.3 per cent of vote
Harper whistle stop brings pride and protest
Queen’s students took a break from their studies this afternoon to come together and combat youth voter apathy.
Michael Ignatieff made a brief stop in Kingston to encourage youth to vote Liberal
As the weather dropped below freezing, the Gaels turned up the heat in courts and arenas both home and away. …