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The Scoop: Student Affairs Initiative, Accessibility Queen’s Event, and News Highlights

In this episode of The Scoop, we chat with Larissa Mankis about the student affairs “Treat Yourself” door-to-door initiative. Further, we  report on the updated study spaces on Queen’s University campus that went into affect the week of November 16, 2020, as well as the closing of the Tea Room on campus. We also interview […]

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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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Prof. John Smol on Biden’s Win & Prospects for the Environment

Professor John Smol from the Department of Biology at Queen’s University and Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change joins us in this segment.  Smol has observed that there were “two very different directions for the environment [that were]  contested with the US elections. The outcome will not only affect local environmental issues, but also the […]

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News Highlights from November 1-7th

News highlights including the WEEKLY TRAFFIC REPORT – NOV. 7 TO 13 QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY RESEARCHER DIVES INTO THE CONNECTION BETWEEN ACCESS TO WATER AND COVID-19 ARTILLERY PARK TO REOPEN FOR RECREATIONAL USE IN MID-NOVEMBER RQU BOARD PRESIDENT’S APPEAL AND RADIOPHILE 2020 RELEASED LIONHEARTS DROP IN MEAL PROGRAM MOVING TO STAGES NIGHT CLUB COUNCIL MOVES AHEAD […]

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Queering Cancer: In Conversation with Meghan McInnis

Meghan McInnis, PhD Candidate in the Department of Psychology joins us for this episode of The Scoop to talk about disparities in access to cancer screening, treatment, and support for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or Two-Spirit (LGBTQ2+), and the web and social media resources available through the Queering Cancer website to […]

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