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One year of Donald Trump

It’s been just over a year since the world’s collective jaw dropped at the news Donald Trump was voted President-elect of the United States.Continue...

Taking My Seat: The importance of Title IX

On this week’s chronicle of ‘WTF is up with the White House women’, President Trump’s Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced the education department’s plan to reform Obama-era guidelines of Title IX, implemented to protect survivors of sexual violence.Continue...

Update on US politics

Another month has gone by and things still haven’t calmed down in the realm of American politics.Continue...

Law students support refugees in light of U.S. visa ban

In the wake of the recent United States executive order on immigration, Queen’s Law Refugee Support Program (QLRSP) has penned over 100 letters to the Canadian government in support of taking action.Continue...

No real way to #DressLikeAWoman

While the #DressLikeAWoman hashtag attempts to promote equality by showing that woman and their dress can’t be reduced to a single description, it doesn’t confront that defining woman is in itself problematic.Continue...

Panel discusses Trump and the “Rise of Authoritarianism”

At the Sydenham Street United Church on Thursday night, a large crowd of seniors, young parents and students gathered underneath rainbow yarn that had been strung across the ceiling.Continue...

Principal Woolf speaks out on US travel ban, welcoming affected academics to Queen’s

After Principal Daniel Woolf released a statement to the student body on Monday, regarding the University’s reaction to American President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, Woolf talked about possible next steps with The Journal.Continue...

Clark Hall staff to undergo mandatory training after displaying insensitive tip jars

After last week’s United States presidential election, a reference to a Donald Trump quote on a tip jar at Clark Hall Pub provoked criticism from students and an official apology from Clark Hall staff.Continue...

Ideas don’t stop at the border

I fully expected for history to be made this American election season and it was, but definitely not in a way that I`d seen coming.Continue...

When campaigning goes awry

The 2016 presidential election has been one of the most exciting in recent history, but the excitement came at a steep price.Continue...

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