Sports

NFL dormant on violence

The NFL’s recent devotion of commercial time to anti-domestic violence PSAs is a retroactive and insufficient attempt at saving face.Continue...

Nix the make-up call

Ever heard of a make-up call in sports?Continue...

Access denied

Every August, the Journal requests eight media credentials from Queen’s Athletics: four for reporters and four for photographers.Continue...

Vote nullified

An unspecified infraction changed the outcome of Queen’s varsity team of the year vote.Continue...

International sporting events bring fame or shame

Perspectives on the value of international athletic competitions.Continue...

Foiled by the flourish

As I entered the gym at Duncan McArthur Hall last week, the clashing sounds of cold steel signalled an evening of competitive camaraderie.Continue...

Issue 16: Darts & Laurels

Each digital release of the Journal will feature weekly darts and laurels, listing what should be celebrated and criticized from the previous week in world news and campus culture.Continue...

Unextraordinary league, indeed

A female Queen’s student was recently rejected from joining the League of Unextraordinary Gentlemen (LUG), a Kingston hockey league run by former Queen’s students, but not associated with the University.Continue...

Woman denied spot in men’s hockey league, claims gender discrimination

After playing on men’s hockey teams her whole life, Kassandra Sticklee, ArtSci ’14, no longer has the option to play on her usual type of team.Continue...

Learning to build a stable bond

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

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