February 9, 2016

News

Tricolour Society welcomes five new members

The Office of the Rector announced on Monday that five students have received the Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award this year.Continue...

Features

The ups and downs of graduate student supervision

For graduate students, there’s one central relationship that keeps them in tune with their research and the university — their supervisor.Continue...

Pay scales tipped against female professors

Gender inequity at Queen’s isn’t a thing of the past.Continue...

Editorials

Editors' Note

Last week, The Journal published a letter to the editor penned by Law Students’ Society (LSS) executives and signed by members of the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) executive.Continue...

Student fee policy leaves StuCons hanging

Democracy is usually the best policy, but the AMS shot themselves in the foot when they made referendums the only avenue for passing fees.Continue...

Opinions

Bell, let's talk

My father has passed down many wonderful things that to me: my red hair that’s never quite straight or curly; my sarcastic sense of humour that has a tendency to get me into trouble; my knack for making small talk with just about anyone.Continue...

Talking heads: If you hosted your own radio show, what would it be?

“A musical trip through New York City.” Megan Batty, ConEd '16

“Classical music and popular culture.” Peter Ballyk, MSc '16

“Talking to ordinary people...Continue...

Arts

Something wicked this way comes

Macbeth began just outside the Isabel Bader Centre with a firelight fight scene that burned brightly against the inky night sky.Continue...

The complexities of girlhood in multimedia art

Caitie Annear, ArtSci ’18, is full of ideas for multimedia art — and each piece is an act of fiery social commentary and personal reflection.Continue...

Sports

Veteran leads rising Gaels

With seven rookies and five sophomores on the women’s volleyball roster, growing pains are inevitable. But following an underwhelming 0-3 start, the team saw themselves in a hole.Continue...

Gaels topple Paladins in Carr-Harris Cup

Gaels forward Eric Ming’s goal two minutes into the first period set the tone for an unsurprising result in the 2016 Carr-Harris Cup on Thursday night.Continue...

Lifestyle

From hipster to yuccie: The transformation of a privileged generation

Every generation has its cliché, creative folk toting liberal arts degrees and the privilege of a middle class existence.Continue...

#AerieREAL more than just good marketing

Aerie was the place I bought my first bra, as it was for a lot of my fellow undergarment-wearing ladies. The store was and still is inviting to women of all sizes, especially today with their on-going #AerieREAL campaign.Continue...

In Focus

Frosh Week through the ages

Upper year students welcoming first-years to campus is one of the oldest traditions at Queen’s. But for nearly as long as the tradition has existed, it’s been accompanied by discussion and debate regarding the role of hazing in these activities.Continue...

A how-to for the halls

At some point in every university student’s life, they will be faced with the gut-wrenching food of their campus cafeteria.Continue...