Category:

Today in YGK – Climate Change Symposium, City Council Moves to Ban Conversion Therapy

In this segment of Today in YGK, Alexandra sits down with Tess Wittmann, the Community Engagement Specialist of Sustainable Kingston to discuss the Kingston Climate Change Symposium taking place Thursday, Jan 14 2021 at 9am on the City of Kingston YouTube channel. Also, we recap what was discussed at Kingston City Council Meeting on Tuesday, […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
Category:

The Scoop: Queen’s Chess Team to Participate in Canadian University Championship and Queen’s Players Events

In this segment of The Scoop, Jessica Somersall sits down with members of the Queen’s Chess Team who will be participating in the Canadian University Chess Championship from January 16-17. Also, Joel Sindle sits down with members of Queen’s Players to discuss their event this weekend as well.

Continue Reading
Posted On :

1984, what a year!

This week Mike reviews Wonder Woman 1984 and the post-aploylipiic The Midnight Sky, and Taylor reviews Palm Springs from Andy Samberg, an Amazon Prime original. This episode ends with the first ever “Movies From A Hat” movie club! We put our fan’s suggestions in a hat and draw two films this week for us to watch and try to connect in […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
Category:

Little Free Sled Library Appears in YGK

In this episode of the Scoop, we chat with Dr. Bill James (Emeritus Professor, School of Religion, Queen’s University).  He shares details about the Little Free Library network on Facebook he loosely coordinates, the development of Little Free Pantries and now a Little Free Sled Library installed just off the Third Avenue Park in Kingston, […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
Category:

Matthew Duda, PhD candidate, Biology, supervised by Dr John Smol

Topic: Using paleolimnology to reconstruct past seabird populations. Overview:  Most seabird populations are in decline. However, because of sparse monitoring it is impossible to know when the population began to decline. My research uses lake sediments to address this lack in delivery. I am to answer key questions in conservation biology, such as “What are the drivers […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :