April 30, 2017

Media

Don’t make a spectacle of Bynes

It’s time for the media to stop trivializing Amanda Bynes’ struggle with mental illness.Continue...

Tartan needs kick in ASUS

Despite this year’s hurdles, whoever ends up managing the Tartan next year should work hard to fulfill the publication’s potential as a campus institution.Continue...

Departure of trust

It’s a sad but necessary sign of the times when the line between advertisement and editorial content starts to blur.Continue...

CFRC proposed fee increase denied

After CFRC’s resolution to increase their student fee was voted down at AMS Assembly, Operations Officer Kristiana Clemens said she’s concerned about the future of the station.Continue...

Inevitable payment

Canadian newspapers are following in the footsteps of many of their international counterparts.Continue...

Making the cut

I was 14 when the tendonitis in both my knees began to ruin my grand pliés.
Forced to acquire a new exercise regime, I began playing for my high school’s field hockey team. I cherished the sport, but upon my entry to Queen’s realized the lowprofile field hockey and other competitive sports seemed to have.Continue...

CFRC fears bankruptcy

CFRC is looking to increase their mandatory $4.93 student fee in an attempt to steer the station away from potential bankruptcy once they have split from the AMS in 2014.Continue...

Risky business

The recent release of a texting app that allows students at the University of Regina to get in touch with a random, anonymous texter isn’t a bad idea, but poses certain risks to users.Continue...

Magnotta video treads fine line

Two Master's students from the department of Sociology debate a gory video related to the Luka Magnotta criminal case.Continue...

Deconstructing digital desires

Student Internet use raises questions regarding social media’s addictive nature.Continue...

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