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Queen’s Homecoming this year was incredibly free of all debauchery thanks to Principal Woolf’s well worded pre-hoco email. In it, Woolf appealed to the students to not party, drink in the streets, and do damage to property. As sensible individuals and university educated adults, the students agreed to a safe Homecoming, maintained at a respectful volume. To start off the...
Over this past weekend, the university disclosed the unveiling of their new safety service – Stalkhome. This organization aims to assist unaccompanied students walking through the ghetto, by providing that student with a fellow stranger who briskly follows approximately 20-feet behind. The intent of this project is to ensure that the student arrives at their destination safely, whilst the...
Kingston, ON - The Kingston Police Department has released a statement apologizing to the students and faculty of Queen’s University for it’s somewhat over enthusiastic behavior over the past few weeks. “I swear to God that when I heard my two daughters talking about cuffing season I thought they were talking about a period from roughly September to February...
It’s only the second full week of school and already there’s a lot of pressure on you. You wanna make new friends, keep those you already have, get good grades, join clubs on campus, work a bit part-time, secure a summer job early, find time for sleep and fitness, and ultimately make yourself and your parents proud. In summary...
In an effort to curb the notorious street parties that have become near synonymous with Homecoming and Saint Patrick’s day, Kingston City Hall have been discussing adding a new bylaw under the University District Safety Initiative. The initiative comprises of a set of new rules which provide police with guidelines for dealing with large student gatherings. One of those...