Editorials Archive: 2015

Enough shots in the dark

During my coverage of the Wolfe Island Music Festival this summer, I noticed a lemonade stand on the main road, with a sign that read “No Photos, No Video. Stop documenting your life — just live it!” After photographing the stand, I continued along the road towards the festival.Continue...

AMS acclamation omits students

Without a vote of confidence, Team CBW’s imposition as incoming AMS executive was undemocratic.Continue...

Don’t separate the art from the artist

Bill Cosby. Woody Allen. Al Gore. Roman Polanski. Mike Tyson. Bill Murray. Sean Bean. Charlie Sheen. R. Kelly. Nicolas Cage. Sean Penn. Tupac. Terry Richardson. Jian Ghomeshi. Chris Brown. John Lennon.Continue...

Decolonize academia

Queen’s needs to better incorporate Indigenous subjects in its academic programs.Continue...

UOttawa lawsuit warranted but preventable

“Win as a team, lose as a team” is an admirable motto — but such sentiments should be left on the ice rink.Continue...

Journal panel: Charlie Hebdo

From news coverage to anti-Semitism, Journal staff comment on the attack on Charlie Hebdo and the events that followed.Continue...

University and societies need to encourage female leadership

Queen’s administration and student societies can help address the confidence gap that continues to stifle female participation in leadership roles.Continue...

Leslie Roberts gives journalists a bad name

Leslie Roberts should be fired for his breach of journalism ethics.Continue...

Quit playing games

I was once with my friend when I got a text from a guy I liked.Continue...

Safer policy needed

New harassment policies and education are needed in the wake of recent events at Dalhousie University.Continue...

You aren’t your grades

It’s time to rethink the meaning of grades and how they’re constructed.Continue...

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