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News

AMS to review management structure following sixth resignation this year

In a news release on Dec 8., the AMS announced that Monica Przyborowski vacated her position as Director of Retail Services. This marks the sixth resignation from managerial and higher-level AMS employees this academic year.Continue...

19-year-old man arrested after three women sexually assaulted on Queen’s campus

A 19-year-old man was arrested by Kingston Police on Dec. 5 after he sexually assaulted three women within the span of 10 minutes. In a Dec. 6 news release, police said all assaults occurred on Queen’s campus and targeted women between 18 and 24 years old.

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Features

Left behind: The experiences of male sexual assault victims & survivors at Queen’s

On a chilly fall night in 2015, Mason* and his housemates hosted a party that started out like any other.

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Drug use on campus persists

Illicit drug use among university students might be more common than our parents would like to think.

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Editorials

Local news deserves to survive

With the rise of digital media, print-first newspapers have very quickly become unprofitable.Continue...

It's time to educate youth about mental health

Introducing early and legitimate education on mental health to young Canadians is vital.Continue...

Opinions

Talking Heads: What are you most excited about for going home?

"Sunday night football with my dad," Zoe Bougiouklis ArtSci'19.

"Going to visit my sister or going to Mexico," Chin Lin Chen LifeSci'20.

"Seeing my dog," Jenny Yu ConEd'18...Continue...

The burdens still exist in Canadian healthcare

When discussing healthcare, many Canadians give themselves a pat on the back for having a “free” system compared to those neighbours of ours down south. Spending a couple of hours in a waiting...Continue...

Arts

Theatre Count’s The Red Pen Series gives platform to budding playwrights

This past weekend, the Theatre Count group opened its production The Red Pen Series , written by Sarah Currie and Zach Closs and directed by Sam Lee. The show, which played in Theological Hall, consisted of two half-hour original one act plays connected by the common theme of authorship and writing.Continue...

Mackenzie Gregson brings tradition into the new millennium

Despite only being in her second year at Queen’s, Mackenzie Gregson already has her artwork on display at the Union Gallery.

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Sports

Will Brown gets unexpected shot at varsity hockey

As his plane touched down in Saint John, New Brunswick in mid-August, Will Brown’s head was spinning.Continue...

McKellar ready for what the future holds

For women’s hockey forward Clare McKellar, life after graduation isn’t as scary as it is for some students.Continue...

Lifestyle

What's up with the 2018 Grammy nominations?

On Jan. 28, 2018, the golden gramophone will spend a night as the most valuable award in the music industry and not as a rejected Monopoly piece.Continue...

Taking my seat: Calling in call-out culture

Have you ever avoided talking about a certain subject because you didn’t want to be called out for saying something wrong? I have.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...