EP 61: Poppin’ Bubbles

This is not my beautiful house! . . Meghan channels her inner Greatest Showman to display two unrepentant freaks for us to gawk and prod at; former People’s Party candidate and certified pimp Trevor Wowk and current Ford advisor and sworn enemy of partisans Nick Kouvalis. Also, Jesse dolefully speculates on impending foreskin custody battles […]

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Science Rendezvous Kingston!

In this special extended segment of The Scoop, we chat with Dr. Lynda Colgan,  Coordinator, Faculty of Education at Queen’s University and co-organizer of Science Rendezvous Kingston which launched on May 1st virtually and runs through May 16th 2021. She tells us about this perennially popular event now in its 10th year, the wealth of […]

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Learn About “Do Art. Be Wonderful.” with Francisco Corbett

In this segment, our Arts Coordinator, Sadie Mcfadden sits down virtually with artist Francisco Corbett to discuss his event “Do Art. Be Wonderful.” In this art workshop, Kingston artist Francisco Corbett will reinforce the importance of doing art to be free. Expanding on the ideas of doing and not overthinking youth will focus on freedom […]

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The PlantEd Project

In this episode, Kate is joined by Jackie Bastianon and Georgia Fox, the co-founders of PlantEd Project.   Jackie and Georgia are entrepreneurs, community organizers, foodies, and climate justice activists. Kate discusses with Jackie and Georgia the link between the environment and the food industry, the benefits of plant-based diets and how we can all incorporate […]

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In The News: May 2021

We’re back (well…Steph and Rachel are! Jacqueline will be soon!). Join us while we catch up on what’s been happening in the news. We give some background about Quebec’s Bill 21 and the most recent ruling. We also chat about Peloton’s religiously infused classes and how that plays into the wellness and exercise brand. Want […]

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In Conversation with The Honourable Murray Sinclair, 15th Chancellor of Queen’s University

On April 28th, 2021 Queen’s University announced that the University has selected the longtime Indigenous rights advocate, former Senator, and former Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, The Honourable Murray Sinclair to serve as the 15th Chancellor of Queen’s, succeeding Jim Leech who has held the role since 2014. As an experienced national leader […]

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Touring Queen’s through Minecraft

On April 21 2021, almost 100 prospective Queen’s Engineering students took to the virtual campus – and experienced Queen’s in a whole new way. They toured the campus, hunted for eggs, and joined a lively Q&A with the Dean  – on a dedicated Minecraft server that replicates the campus itself. In this episode of Campus […]

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