Editorials Archive: 2014

Anon should stop

An anonymous blog and Twitter account called Queen’s Elections has popped up to cover the ongoing AMS elections.Continue...

Uni blues

Some might say I came to Queen’s for the wrong reasons.Continue...

Student Affairs undermine NAD

The AMS is concerned that the University is encroaching on the mandate of the student-run Non-Academic Discipline system (NAD) at Queen’s.Continue...

Student Affairs undermine NAD

The AMS is concerned that the University is encroaching on the mandate of the student-run Non-Academic Discipline system (NAD) at Queen’s.Continue...

Allergies worth accommodating

An Ontario mother has filed a human rights complaint, alleging her daughter is being discriminated against.Continue...

Your story

When I was 11 years old, my dance teacher asked my class to write 100 words about ourselves.Continue...

Against apathy

Complacency isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.Continue...

Obesity due to inequality

A recent study shows that national rates of obesity for adolescents between 12 and 19 didn’t rise during the 2000s. However, “among teens from poorer, less well-educated families, obesity has continued to rise”.Continue...

No gents in Ryerson gym

A small controversy has erupted over a proposal to create women’s-only gym at hours at one
of two campus athletic facilities at Ryerson. The hours were requested by female students for a variety of different reasons ranging from religious modesty to unfair cultural expectations of women.Continue...

Unaccommodating at York

Yet another controversy has sprung up at York University ― this one about religious accommodation.Continue...

Unacceptable campus ice

Since the late December ice storm in Kingston, there’s been a tremendous amount of ice underfoot on and around campus.Continue...

Fifth year advocate

I feel like I’m in purgatory.Continue...

Scorn for Wynne-ter storm

In late December, an ice storm struck southern Ontario, hitting Toronto the hardest and leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark for days due to power outages.Continue...

Jock talk

Sports can be an avenue for social change — until those who play the games are silenced.Continue...

Court rules right on sex work

On Dec. 20, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down three laws governing activities surrounding sex work.Continue...

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