Opinions Archive: 2014

An alternative option

From our experiences at Queen’s more than 50 years ago to what we’ve experienced in recent years, we believe that addressing mental health issues should be a priority for students and the
Queen’s administration.Continue...

Talking Heads

Are you excited to go back to class?Continue...

Education not just about efficiency

Directing Ontario universities to specialize could introduce some efficiencies to our post-secondary education system. It could also allow some Ontario schools to push boundaries in their areas of expertise.Continue...

Student start-ups: racing towards innovation, or killing creativity?

Our contributors discuss whether Queen’s should encourage entrepreneurship at its core.Continue...

Talking Heads

Talking Heads for September 4, 2014.Continue...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor for September 4, 2014.Continue...

Police lack community connection

The death of Michael Brown was a turning point in America’s history of racial prejudice and violence.Continue...

Talking Heads

Talking Heads for July 29, 2014.Continue...

More to Pride than meets the eye

This June marked a special time for self-identified queer Queen's students and alumni, as Toronto hosted World Pride for the first time.Continue...

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor for July 29, 2014.Continue...

Talking Heads

Talking Heads for June 24, 2014.Continue...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor for June 24, 2014.Continue...

Grading discrepancies a point of contention

The “Journal vs ...” is a new section within Dialogue. Two writers — one a member of the Journal Editoral Board and the other a member of the wider Queen’s community — face off on a selected topic. The views expressed by the Editorial Board member don’t represent the collective views of the Journal, but only those of that particular individual.Continue...

Education ignored

Let’s face it — politics in Ontario isn’t sexy.Continue...

CrossFit caught in crossfire

The conflict that took place between CrossFit Tricolour and Queen’s administration this past year has left me feeling like the University cares more about protecting the status quo than pursuing student-driven innovation and change.Continue...

Letter to the editor — May 27

Letter to the editor, May 27.Continue...

Trust at risk

The current administration is not only losing trust in student leadership, but is actively working to curtail this proud tradition.Continue...

Talking Heads

Talking Heads around the Journal House.Continue...

Letters to the Editor — April 3

Letters to the EditorContinue...

Letter to the Editor - March 31

Letter to the Editor - March 31, 2014.Continue...

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