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Surviving and Thriving This Exam Season

Dr. Ian Garner, Academic Skills Outreach Coordinator in Student Academic Success Services at Queen’s University returns to Campus Beat in this episode.  Garner chats with us about obstacles students face in staying well, organized and prepared for exam writing especially in light of the new challenges COVID-19 has presented.  He also talks about Test Anxiety, […]

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Episode 4

This episode includes a conversation with Amber Stratton, co-founder and owner of the Pure Life brand and Liz Stanton, a QHO alumna. Amber speaks to the power of movement and mindfulness, her experience as an entrepreneur and the mind-body connection. You can find Amber on Instagram @pureyogiamber. Looking to connect with your mind and body? […]

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University Admission Testing and Covid-19: A ‘Conversation’ with Christopher Deluca

Dr. Chrisopher Deluca, Professor in the Faculty of Education and Associate Dean School of Graduate Studies at Queen’s University joins us in this installment of Campus Beat.  Deluca chats with us about an article he recently co-wrote with Profs. Don Klinger (University of Waikato) and Louis Volante (Brock University) in The Conversation entitled “University Admissions […]

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Miss Emily LIVE on IWUC!

Local music legend, Miss Emily made a surprise phone call to Indie Wake Up Call around 8:30 AM!  Our host, Cyndy Gibson got to talk to Miss Emily about her new album LIVE at The Isabel!  Listen to the conversation, support this amazing artist and get your hands that CD today!

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The Scoop: News Highlights Nov. 9th – 14th

In this episode of The Scoop, we report on AMS Assembly proceedings from November 12th, completion of the John Counter Boulevard Overpass project,  Kingston Frontenac Public Library’s new online peer tutoring program for teens & tweens, Friends of Cataraqui Trail Rudolph Run & Walk, YMCA & City partnership to offer Artillery Park members admission to […]

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Constellations: Eternity Martis

Kingston Frontenac Public Library, The Black Luck Collective, and Queen’s SNID are pleased to present Eternity Martis, author of the enlightening memoir, They Said This Would Be Fun. A booksmart kid from Toronto, Eternity Martis was excited to move away to Western University for her undergraduate degree. But as one of the few Black students […]

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