We Are the Caretakers of Our Water

Date of Lecture: October 17, 2019Venue: Mackintosh-Corry Hall, D214Time: 1:00 PM – 2:30 PMSpeaker:  Poh-Gek Forkert, Queen’s University A small rural community and a nearby First Nations community combined forces to fight a proposal to expand a local dumpsite into a mega-landfill – a project with a high potential to pollute their water. It was a pitched battle that […]

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Campus News for the Week of October 29th

In this episode you will hear some news about the federal election results, recent AMS news and dive into all things Halloween. Martha Hillen answers the questions about cultural appropriation and cultural sensitivity. You will also learn about some tips and tricks to make your Halloween more environmentally sustainable! Finally, there is an extensive roundup of the […]

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Community News for the Week of October 29th

Labour News Privatization of LCBO and the protests against the proposed plan led by OPSEU 497. The recent tension between the province and the educators in terms of class size. Election results Major takeaways from the newly elected Liberal MPP Mark Gerretsen’s speech on the night of the election and his promise to work with […]

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Dark Matters: In Conversation with Tony Noble and Mark Richardson

Professor Tony Noble, Scientific Director and Mark Richardson, Education and Outreach Officer, McDonald Institute join us in studio. Professor Noble chats with us about the science of detecting dark matter and Richardson shares details about the upcoming Dark Matter Day events happening at Stirling Hall at Queen’s University on November 9th.

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S.3 Ep. 3 Fahim Quadir and Janet Jull

Fahim Quadir, Vice-Provost and Dean, School of Graduate Studies Professor, Department of Global Development Studies Civil society, cosmopolitan citizenship, and realistic utopia Host: Barry KaplanSynopsis: Dr. Fahim Quadir is the Vice-Provost and Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at Queen’s University and a Professor in the Department of Global Development Studies. His research explores […]

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One-Hit Wonders
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A return to Glory (glory)?

Will Smyle follow up Glory Glory with another hit? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups! ITS GONNA BE ALRIGHT, SMYLE DOWN AT LULUS, OHIO EXRESS TERQUAY TWO, JIMMY GILMER A QUESTION OF TEMPERATURE, THE MAGICIANS WHAT THE NEW BREED SAY, THE BARBARIENS MR FARMER, THE SEEDS DARK SIDE, THE SHADOWS OF KNIGHT HALLOWEEN […]

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More from the September 21st 100,000 Poets for Change-Kingston event

Broadcasted on Friday, October 25th, from 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ –In the first hour, from the September 21st ‘100 Thousand Poets for Change – Kingston’ event, you’ll hear readings by Yessica Rivera Belsham, Sasha Hill, Travis Canadien, Robert Millard, Alyssa Cooper, and Billie Kearns. In the second hour from again the […]

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