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The Scoop February 1st 2023

Join us today at 5 PM for The Scoop for local news coverage. Today, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Alexandra Fernandes covers KHSC’s closure of the COVID-19 Assessment Centre as of February 24th. Christena Lawrie also sits down with Marie-Pier Pitre-D’Iorio, Lead Clinician & Founder of The Balanced Practice, to talk about Eating Disorder Awareness Week. […]

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Today in YGK Jan 30th 2023

Join us for news stories at Queen’s University and in the Kingston community including coverage of Union Gallery’s upcoming Cezanne’s Closet fundraiser event and the relaunch of ProBono Radio on CFRC’s airwaves.  Catch up with Erika Singh and her coverage of various campus student society elections while staying up to day with local sports, weather […]

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Book launch: Marriage Migration and Dispossession of Matrimonial Choice in Neoliberal India (26.01.2023) with Dr Reena Kukreja

Drawing from her recent book, “Why Would I Be Married Here? Marriage Migration and Dispossession in Neoliberal India” (Cornell University Press 2022), Dr. Kukreja examines marriage migration undertaken by rural bachelors in North India who seek brides from outside their customary marriage pools such as from development peripheries of India. She connects the macro-political violent […]

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Reduce, Re-Use, Re-Ride: Bicycle waste and the possibilities of the circular economy (January 19th 2023)

“Revolutions” is a short documentary that asks sports enthusiasts, brands, and manufacturers to think differently about environmental sustainability by putting sporting goods at the center of the conversation. The film uses the bike as a storytelling device to ask some important questions about sustainability such as: What happens to our “toys” when we’re done with […]

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One Person’s Uprising is Another Person’s Riot

In a meeting of hearts, artists Winsom Winsom and Pamila Matharu talk with Qanita Lilla about their journeys and their ongoing mentor-mentee relationship. Winsom sheds light on her rich practice that traverses the globe, including her time in Kingston, and Pamila talks about Fresh Arts and finding her creative community. Together, they discuss vital pedagogies […]

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