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Campus Catch-Up: September

This September, Canadian universities have been grappling with issues ranging from racial slurs to unruly street parties. The Journal has summarized some of this month’s headlines from student papers across the country.Continue...

Preserving Indigenous languages works from the ground up

Trying to preserve Indigenous languages by starting at the university level is jumping several steps ahead of the starting line.Continue...

Men’s basketball struggles at home to open second half of season

Queen’s drops both games against Ryerson and U of TContinue...

A nail-biter and a blowout against Toronto opponents for the Gaels

With their weekend sweep of Ryerson and U of T, the women’s basketball team proved they are a force to be reckoned with.Continue...

Dialogue is important, but not at the expense of non-binary communities

A University of Toronto professor refusing to use gender-neutral pronouns has sparked an opportunity for an important debate. But it’s also just another instance of people having to defend their identities to those who refuse to acknowledge them.Continue...

Tuition rates rising rapidly as tuition cap nears expiry

Canadian tuition costs continue to rise, according to a recent Statistics Canada (StatsCan) report. In Ontario, they’re rising faster — with Queen’s well above the national averages — and the province’s tuition cap has nearly expired.Continue...

The Waiting Game

On Canadian campuses, the clock has been ticking on sexual assault responses for a year and a half and counting.Continue...

Heartbreaker at the ARC

After a rolling layup with five seconds to spare edged Queen’s one point ahead of the Ryerson Rams, the Gaels looked all but in the clear.Continue...

Grease Pole thieves send Festivus email to students

Queen’s engineering students received a taunting mass email from U of T’s Brute Force Committee (BFC) early this week.

As previously reported, the Grease Pole was stolen by BFC less than...Continue...

Campus inclusivity doesn’t include voyeurs

Making a safe space doesn’t mean just putting a sign on the door, it means actually making that space safe.Continue...

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