News

School of Nursing identifies mental health “vulnerabilities” in new report

The School of Nursing (SON) began the semester by considering student mental health concerns raised in a new report.

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OUSA looks to expand “outdated” Women’s Campus Safety grant

In the lead-up to its next General Assembly meeting in March, the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) is seeking to modernize the 1991 Women’s Campus Safety grant.

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Features

Kathleen Ryan Hall: ‘the paths of which we have come’

It was the opening ceremony of Kathleen Ryan Hall on May 14, 1982. Principal Ronald Watts stood onstage in the old Medical Quadrangle behind Summerhill while a string quartet performed. The speeches, music, and light wind of that afternoon are captured on one cassette tape, kept carefully in the building its audio commemorates.Continue...

Making music accessible to all

A man walks into Joe’s MILL and asks to borrow an instrument.Continue...

Editorials

Hold the phone on accepting Bell Let’s Talk at face value

If a company touts its success starting conversations about mental health, it should ensure its other, quieter initiatives don’t simultaneously undo that good work.Continue...

Too much technology use hurts our capacities to connect

A great deal of university life relies on exposure to technology despite its negative effects—and it’s up to our schools to provide opportunities to limit that exposure.Continue...

Opinions

Letter to the Editor: February 13th

Dear Editor,

Canada is a country built on rights and freedoms.Continue...

Post-themed party, racial insensitivity is alive and well on campus

To start the decade, news of the novel coronavirus made headlines, spreading panic and fear faster than the virus itself has spread.Continue...

Arts

Ray Robertson's How to Die will improve your life

For Canadian author Ray Robertson, death isn’t something to fret about: it’s something to face head-on.Continue...

Chris Jackson and Friends keep Friday nights surprising

Chris Jackson’s Friday night gig at BLUMartini has become a neighbourhood staple.Continue...

Sports

Queen’s playoff primer

Playoffs are around the corner for Queen’s winter sports teams, and for some of them they’re already here.Continue...

Palermo pushes the needle

The women’s volleyball team has been treading water since they won the OUA Championship in 2012.Continue...

Lifestyle

Getting to know my grief

My dad died when I was 16 years old.Continue...

Queen’s secret crush confessions

It’s February, and for us single folks, that can mean wistfully scrolling through our crush’s social media wishing they would be our Valentine.Continue...