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Courtesy of the Queen's Law Cancer Society.

On Thursday March 16th, Queen’s Law was treated to one of its yearly highlights, as a sold out Grand Theatre, made up of the Queen’s Law community, who watched their peers two-step, shimmy and shake for an incredibly important cause: the Cabaret for the Cure benefiting the Queen’s Law Cancer
Moonlight. Courtesy: A24 Films.

Impressions of the big-hitters during this year’s film awards race   Moonlight   Why I loved it: UHHH this movie is so good! Where do I begin… perhaps with the subtle and gentle exposure of the realities of growing up in inner-city Miami. Or perhaps with the crushing and all-too
Credit: Alyssa Leblanc, Juris Diction

When I saw that over one hundred people had “Tilted” for last week’s Smoker, let’s just say I was surprised. I thought most people liked to stay in on Thursday nights, telling themselves that they were going to have an easy night to get as much work done on Friday
Courtesy of Craft Beer & Wine

This was the first event held by the new Beyond a Reasonable Stout Club
Courtesy of Agnes Etherington Art Gallery

The 1L Council takes us on a whimsical journey through the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Courtesy of HBO

Making the case against fully integrated artificial intelligence
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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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A closer look at how Sephora stepped out from behind the traditional makeup counter and into the twenty-first century
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(Soon to be adapted to film as ‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’)
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What are the copyright implications of Bey’s not-so-subtle reference to the family restaurant chain in “Formation”?
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The year is new and the routine grind is slowly commencing once more. Fret not! I put together a short list of things to come on the 2016 horizon. This list is intentionally obscure, and each item occupies a different medium.
Illustration by Lydia Syme

Welcome to Boarding Pass, a series highlighting the international experiences of Queen’s Law students and alumni.
Illustration by Lydia Syme

Welcome to Boarding Pass, a series highlighting the international experiences of Queen’s Law students and alumni.
Photo by Alyssa LeBlanc, Juris Diction

The Kingston Symphony presents “Symphonic Spooktacular”
Photos by J G Wang. YOKOHAMA, JAPAN - AUGUST 18: Food sample of sushi, displayed in the window of Japanese restaurant. © 2013 DigiPub

Eater of food, Brandon Chung, reviews one of Kingston’s best-kept secrets.
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Look good this interview season with tips from a 3L OCI survivor.
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A northern alternative to California’s Coachella for twenty-something law students
Photo by Dustin Gaffe, Creative Commons

Block out the hum of the library with these go-to study albums