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News

AMS, SGPS to return to drawing board for JDUC revitalization funding

Although AMS President Jennifer Li said she’s disappointed about the unsuccessful JDUC referendum vote, she told The Journal that “the project is not at a standstill.”Continue...

SGPS presidential re-election scheduled for March

After the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) presidential election results were nullified on Feb. 8, the SGPS council moved on Feb. 13 to commence a second election period in March.Continue...

Features

The life and times of Alfie Pierce

While the social climate on Queen’s campus continually evolves, the life story of Kingston’s Alfie Pierce captures a snapshot of the University’s problematic past with the Black community.Continue...

Featurette: The forgotten impact of George Masoud on Kingston

Between 1901 and 1911 was the biggest wave of immigrants in Canadian history. Among them was George Masoud.Continue...

Editorials

Journalists have a major part to play in covering women in news

As the most visible component of the issue of gender inequality, Journalists have a responsibility to seek out women’s perspectives on the stories they write.Continue...

When helping loved ones, we can’t forget to help ourselves

It’s easy to become invested in the problems of the people we care about.Continue...

Opinions

Talking Heads: What are you doing on Reading Week?

"Getting my wisdom teeth out," Auston Chhor ArtSci '19.

"Going to my cottage," Kennedy Bullen ArtSci '18.

"Visiting my brother in Toronto," Jad Ghazali Eng '20.

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Struggles of sustainable living within consumption culture

With extreme weather patterns increasing globally, environmental issues like climate change are receiving more and more attention as people begin to express concern about these issues and seek solutions. One of the best paths of action individuals can follow is to live a sustainable lifestyle.Continue...

Arts

Kingston Canadian Film Festival returns

From March 1 to 4, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will return to screens around the city.Continue...

‘Storying Resilience’ in the Agnes

This year, the Agnes has formally opened its doors to Indigenous youth interested in understanding their culture through art.Continue...

Sports

Katrina Manoukarakis makes mark on OUA

With the women’s hockey team recently clinching the number-one spot in the OUA, it’s no secret forward Katrina Manoukarakis has been at the forefront of their success.Continue...

Men's hockey breaks program record with 19 wins

After winning a program-high 19 games, the men’s hockey team is ready to compete in the OUA playoffs and bring the Queen’s Cup back to Kingston.Continue...

Lifestyle

Sex in the limestone city: The importance of discussing past relationships with your partner

There are many subjects that are considered taboo in terms of what we should share with our significant others. However, talking about things that might be slightly uncomfortable may actually work towards strengthening the trust and communication we have in a relationship.Continue...

The case of Colten Boushie

In light of the recent case of Colten Boushie, it’s clear that the Canadian justice system hasn’t done enough — Canada needs to stop pretending it’s a superior nation to countries like the United States.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...