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Cinnamon Rolls - Credit Sweet Food

Get the sweet and sour of the five best places to get coffee (and more) in Kingston
Thousands of Tragically Hip fans pack Kingston's city square (credit: Lars Hagberg, The Canadian Press).

The legendary Canadian band Bring It All Back to their hometown
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How “kids these days” can make a difference in the legal world after graduation.
Illustration by Lydia Syme (3L)

What’s on the mind of students as we enter the final month of classes in 2015-16?
Illustration by Lydia Symes

Features Measuring Mental Capacity in Sports: The Dennis Wideman Incident by Jordan Kirlik (1L) Vitiating factors: How one Toronto doctor’s “wrongful birth” claim could change Tort Law by Matthew Cook (3L) Culture Beyoncé’s Crazy in Love with Red Lobster? by Jaymie Maddox (2L) Opinion A Day in the Life of a Transfer
Illustration by Lydia Syme

From Serial to Smudging, JD’s seventh issue of the 2015-16 academic year gets some talk going.
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Motion to adopt smudging ritual before council meetings struck after student criticism
Illustration by Lydia Syme

From Aleppo to Kingston to New York, JD’s seventh issue of the 2015-16 academic year takes our readers across the globe.
Illustration by Lydia Syme

From the Toronto OCI Process to Trifles, JD’s sixth issue of the 2015-16 academic year includes a wide array of facts and fun for our readers.
Cover art by Lydia Syme (2L), Juris Diction

From Patrick Kane to Beginner Books for Little Lawyers, JD’s fifth issue of the 2015-16 academic year includes a wide array of facts and fun for our readers.