clubs

Pro-life club has a right to function

AMS-ratified clubs have a right to promote their ideologies — and students have an equal right to criticize them.Continue...

Turnout needs to keep up

Higher turnout in this year’s AMS fall referendum is a positive sign, but there’s still much to be done to make this year’s uptick last.Continue...

Club stalled indefinitely

Only seven months after being sanctioned by Athletics and Recreation, CrossFit Tricolour has hit another standstill.Continue...

The State of the University

Over the past few months, our staff have dug into some of the most important issues affecting students, compiling them into this online format.Continue...

Learning to build a stable bond

I had to become a woman to understand why so many little girls love horses.Continue...

Model UN to stay under AMS control

A motion to remove Queen’s Model United Nations (QMUN) from AMS Policy Manual and leave Queen’s International Affairs Association (QIAA) to run the only Model United Nations Conference failed with a vote of 10 for and 25 against last night at AMS assembly.Continue...

Students keeping their faith in sight

At Queen’s, toting your spirituality means more than getting the company of fellow religious students. It can end in some discomfort in this ever-secularized world.Continue...

Admin won’t add extracurriculars to student transcripts

Ontario universities are adopting a new student record that documents extracurricular involvement. Queen's administration said they won't be following suit.Continue...

Breaking into the role-play realm

Tabletop role-playing games depend on imagination and math skills.Continue...

Playing with fire

Juggling club hones skills in circus arts.Continue...

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