News

Local shop tackles bike theft

After a pair of local bike shop employees noticed more bikes with missing wheels locked up on racks around Kingston than full bicycles, they set out to do something about it.Continue...

Faculty societies, rector, AMS Board, respond to Tyrrell firing

The rector, the AMS Board of Directors, and multiple faculty societies have issued statements in response to a Nov. 9 Journal article detailing the firing of AMS Judicial Affairs Manager, Brandon Tyrrell.Continue...

Features

A campus history written in war

It was 1919. For the students entering or returning to Queen’s after the Great War, campus wouldn’t be the same.Continue...

Head judicial officer fired after investigating AMS president

After investigating the conduct of AMS President, Miguel Martinez, the Society’s head judicial officer was fired on Tuesday morning.Continue...

Editorials

Kingston leaves homeless women in the cold

A person sleeping on a bench or asking for change doesn’t capture the full scope of homelessness.Continue...

Learning to code decrypts endless advantages

Whether you’re an artist designing a website or an astronomer observing the galaxy, computer science impacts every discipline.Continue...

Opinions

Pride stands for peace, not totalitarianism

At a conference organized by Rebel Media on Nov. 10, John Carpay, a Canadian lawyer and member of Alberta’s United Conservative Party, referred to pride flags and those bearing Nazi and communist symbols in the same sentence.Continue...

Talking heads: have you started preparing for exams?

“I don’t have any exams.” Addy Egan, ArtSci ’19 “Not even a little bit.” Julia Baldaro, Comm '19

“No, absolutely not.” Olivia Kulbak, Kin ’20Continue...

Arts

Queen’s Varsity Improv is no joke

A clown, a horse girl, and Facebook meme poster David Vassos walk into a party.Continue...

Writers weave path as wordsmiths in panel

There’s no direct path to becoming a writer and no clear definition of what that occupation entails.Continue...

Sports

One last shot for the Graham brothers

Teammates are used to people confusing them for siblings—but for Kingston locals and Gaels forwards Jesse and Tanner Graham, the assumption isn’t unfounded.Continue...

Season grades for fall varsity teams

Grading fall performances for Queen’s varsity teams followed months of close evaluation. We considered each individual team’s pre-season expectations and whether they followed through on them. It’s a highly subjective, unscientific process that’s based off the backbreaking losses, hair-raising wins and shocking athletic plays that happened throughout the season.Continue...

Lifestyle

The poster who became a meme: a week-long saga

Over the past week, David Vassos, ArtSci ’20, has garnered campus-wide attention for posting a series of memes in Overheard at Queen’s, a Facebook group with over 30,000 members.Continue...

The struggles of talking mental health with older generations

Our parents are normally the ones to notice many of our firsts in life. However, our first panic attack, depressive episode, or sign of mental illness is often neglected.

Most of our...Continue...