Explore African American literature across the sonic colour line with students of Professor Kristen Moriah’s ENGL 471 course at Queen’s University. Each podcast covers a different work of African American literature and mobilizes a variety of songs to further develop new understandings of Black aesthetics, literature, and politics.
The Scoop: Jan 25, 2023
In this segment of The Scoop, Alex sits down with members of Queen’s Hillel to discuss Holocaust Education Week and what events are currently going on around campus for students to educate themselves further on the Holocaust.
The Scoop: Jan 18 2023
In this segment of The Scoop, we discuss Kingston city council’s decision to put a bid in to hose the 2024 Memorial Cup and what that means for the economy and finances of the city. We also discuss an impact assessment put forward regarding the Tannery Developments in the Kingston area.
The Scoop January 11th 2023
In this segment of The Scoop, we briefly recap the Kingston City Council meeting and discuss the eviction moratorium on the homeless encampments in the Belle Park area. We also talk about the Cezanne’s Closet preview exhibition that opens on Jan 17th at Union Gallery.
The Scoop: Jan 4
In this segment of The Scoop, we sit down with Myra Hird to discuss the new single use plastic ban that has taken effect in Canada as of 2023.
The Scoop: Dec 21 2022
In this segment of The Scoop, we give you the local news rundown of what will be closed during the holiday season in Kingston. We also chat with Rachel Mathies of Pan Chancho Bakery to talk about the cafe cookbook out now! Christena, our community outreach coordinator talks about the sounding board exhibition moving on from the Kingston school of Art to it’s next location in the new year, as well as KFPL child development programming returning in 2023.
The Scoop: Nov 30th 2022
In this segment of The Scoop, CFRC’s news team brings you interviews and updates about the going ons of Kingston. We feature Mark Gerretsen directly from the HoC speaking about local announcements, as well as a segment about the Museum of Healthcare. We also update you on weather, traffic, and events for Kingston this week.