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April 2018

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If you were so brave as to venture out into the virtual ooze that is the internet, you would know that at its best it is a gallery of topical Spongebob memes, but at its worst a fractured, tribalistic battleground with enough vitriol and snark to power a small sun. 
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Upcoming Movies of 2018   This is a brief list (ordered by release date) of some of the notable movies coming out in 2018 or movies that I am personally really looking forward to seeing.   Honourable mention of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Release Date: November 16 Avengers:
Katrina Crocker

Academic/Career Goals at the Time the Personal Statement was Written:   I wrote my personal statement back in October 2014, so needless to say it took some time to dig it up on my computer. At the time, my goal was the same goal I had upon starting my undergraduate
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Procrastinate for the skill-set it produces. If you wait to do work, you are more efficient when you actually need to do it. Students who start working early on assignments or studying for exams never get to experience the pressure of an all-nighter, or the challenge of trying to proofread
Steph McLoughlin

Academic/Career Goals at the Time the Personal Statement was Written:   Luckily, I’ve had the same computer since 2010 (please pray for me that it survives these last exams) so I still have my Personal Statement. Reading it over now several years later, I can definitely confirm that I am
Ben Wong

Academic/Career Goals at the Time the Personal Statement was Written:   I was a 4th year history major at McGill, on track for an illustrious career in the non-existent field of early 20th Century Atlantic maritime history. I applied to law school because my incredibly successful law student best friend
Gianluca

Academic/Career Goals at the Time the Personal Statement was Written:   Since high school, I was aware that I was a person of philosophic inclinations.  I have always been driven by a curiosity to understand how people conceptualize and order their lives, and to relate such conceptual models to how
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This past school year, the Queen’s Law Cancer Society (QLCS) raised over $25,000 for Canadian cancer research. In recognition of this achievement and the hard work of those involved, the Kingston branch of the Canadian Cancer Society presented QLCS with a Community Impact Award. “It was incredible to be involved
Credit: Alyssa Leblanc, Juris Diction

Good news, QL. With this headline I have officially exhausted all forms of the wordplay riffing on how 1L rhymes with hell, so please stop avoiding me in the hall and ghosting me on social media! I keep looking at the calendar: is it April already? Yes. What happened to