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Students need to continue legacy of activism

When our grandparents share stories of a world engulfed by war or divided over segregation, it’s easy for us to believe that the future will be better.Continue...

Female student leaders lacking

In 1884, Queen’s became the first university west of the Maritimes — and ahead of much of the world — to have female graduates.Continue...

Queen's approves construction of new stadium

Queen’s Board of Trustees has approved the multi-million dollar revitalization of Richardson Stadium, the University announced today.Continue...

Queen’s has failed sexual assault survivors

Queen’s administration should be condemned for lacking an official policy for handling sexual assaults on campus.Continue...

Sexual assault at Queen's

Longform feature on the silence surrounding sexual assault at Queen's — and the stories of some who survived it.Continue...

Overheard is dead

Ever seen a squirrel on campus? Heard a Freudian slip in a lecture? Watched some drunks prowling Princess St.?Continue...

Queen’s at war

Two-and-a-half years after Arthur Thorne Darby left Queen’s, a German artillery shell exploded next to him, driving shrapnel into his chest and hip.Continue...

City Council approves noise bylaw exemption

The University’s application for a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Richardson Stadium and West Campus turf fields passed unanimously at City Council Tuesday evening, albeit with a few conditions.Continue...

The true cost of an unpaid internship

Queen’s summer student internships are all paid positions — but many outside employers aren’t as generous.Continue...

Let the games begin

You’re not the only one wondering what time to watch the Olympic opening ceremonies.Continue...

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