News

Arts and Science Faculty Board rejects 2021-22 academic calendar

At a Nov. 8 Arts and Science Faculty Board meeting, a motion to approve the 2021-22 academic calendar year was rejected.Continue...

Indigenous Studies degree approved by Arts and Science faculty

After years of planning, Queen’s is introducing a new Indigenous Studies degree program.Continue...

Features

How the surging campus vote is changing Canadian politics

In 2015, the “Vote on Campus” initiative saw more than 70,000 ballots cast from students across Canada. In 2019, that number leapt to 111,300.Continue...

How research at Queen’s is helping female veterans

Brittany Laramie joined the Canadian Armed Forces in the summer of 2008. At age 17, she was the first woman in her family to serve in the military.Continue...

Opinions

Talking Heads: What makes a lecture worth attending?

“Walking away with more knowledge than when you came in.” Jessica Grennan, ConEd '21 Continue...

Doubling down on a declining industry won’t help anyone, especially the planet

Despite Canada’s large abundance of oil and gas reserves, transitioning our economy away from the industry is the only way to address the climate crisis.Continue...

Arts

Daniel Romano and The Outfit bring experimental folksy sound to The Mansion

With such a wide range of musical endeavours , it’s difficult to keep track of who Daniel Romano is going to perform with at any given time, and from which of his eclectic range of LPs the set list will derive.Continue...

Five Wives revisits the stories from the author’s youth

Author Joan Thomas’ award-winning novel challenges the lessons she was taught as a child.Continue...

Sports

Breaking curse, Women’s cross country wins nationals

After three consecutive years of U SPORTS silver medal finishes, the Queen’s women’s cross-country team finally prevailed as national gold medalists for the first time in school history.Continue...

Late try secures championship for Gaels

The men’s rugby team won a hard-fought battle against the Guelph Gryphons to cap off an undefeated season in OUA play, securing Queen’s third consecutive provincial championship.Continue...

Lifestyle

Photo essay: A Gael takes on England

Feeling exhausted in my second year of university coping with schoolwork and Kingston’s long winter, I decided to apply for exchange and escape my daily routines to explore the world during my third year.Continue...

Psychoanalysing Don Cherry’s divisive language

Amidst the recent news that long-time Canadian sports broadcasting personality Don Cherry has been fired over his controversial rant on live TV, fans and critics alike have interpreted the meaning of his remarks in a number of ways.Continue...