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UPDATE: PhD candidate charged in poisoning case to remain in custody after bail hearing

On Apr. 23, Queen’s PhD candidate Zijie Wang was denied bail and remanded back into custody. Wang, who faces four criminal charges, is accused of poisoning his former roommate and colleague with dangerous chemicals.Continue...

Queen’s student arrested a second time in poisoning case

On Apr. 12, Kingston Police arrested a Queen’s graduate student who was charged for poisoning his colleague and former roommate back in January.Continue...

Features

Truth and Reconciliation at Queen’s, a year later

To commemorate the year following Queen’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) final report, Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe performers will be singing in the Agnes Etherington Atrium on Friday alongside a catered feast.

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Queen’s International Affairs Association saw three high-level terminations for sexual harassment last year

According to several former Queen’s International Affairs Association (QIAA) Core Executives, the club experienced three terminations based on allegations of sexual harassment in 2016-2017.Continue...

Editorials

Darts & laurels 2017-18

Darts

BISC fiscal problems: Even though Queen’s has tried to increase enrollment at the BISC for years, they’ve consistently failed to reach their targets. On top of this, the...Continue...

Advice from alumni can only benefit current students

University marketing is always going to be focused on the goal of selling an education.Continue...

Opinions

Talking Heads: What will you miss most about working for The Journal?

"Getting a word in edgewise," Alex Palermo Vol 145 Features Editor.

"Besides the people, free tickets!" Clayton Tomlinson 145 Assistant Arts Editor.

"Quizzes," Ashley...Continue...

Sexism still present on campus

Since universities essentially act as small microcosms of society, they often come with many of the same issues and problems present outside these walls.Continue...

Arts

Cabaret’s timely take on 1930s Berlin and today

Stepping into a nightclub may provide an escape from social justice issues, but only for a moment.Continue...

Modern Fuel spring exhibits unusual, yet effective

Running until Apr. 28, Modern Fuel is showcasing two unique exhibits tackling all too familiar social issues like gender identity and environmentalism.Continue...

Sports

Varsity teams honoured at 82nd Colour Awards

On Mar. 28, Queen’s varsity athletes gathered at the ARC for the 82nd Colour Awards to celebrate what proved to be a banner 2017-18 for Queen’s Athletics.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: What’s been the most memorable moment from the 2017-18 varsity season?

The Journal ’s sports editors dish out their hot takes on the most exciting points in the fall and winter varsity campaigns.Continue...

Lifestyle

What was the best TV show of the school year?

Television is a hotly debated topic here at the Journal — so much so that we’ve written about it 39 times this year in the Lifestyle section. We gathered some of our most passionate TV lovers to fight for their favourite show from the past school year.Continue...

Peaks and pits of 2017-2018 pop culture

The 2017-2018 year hasn’t disappointed us with a mecca of pop culture cringe-worthy moments and uplifting memories. It’s time to break down the best and worst of this year.Continue...

In Focus

The art and science of ArtSci frosh week

How do you inspire 2500 teenagers to bond with each other, on a shoestring budget, in four days or less? You cover them with shaving cream and hope for the best.Continue...

Commerce Frosh Week: from probation to commendation

Following two year’s worth of changes made to their week’s events, training and culture, Commerce’s faculty orientation week has been cleared of their probationary status.Continue...