News

Queen’s ends fiscal year with $3.3 million deficit

The first Board of Trustees meeting of the academic year took place on Sept. 30 at Richardson Hall—the first to take place in-person at since March 2020.Continue...

Queen’s organizations open doors to equity-deserving students

Doors Open was held on Sept. 15 to help students get acquainted with the variety of support resources and service providers in the Queen’s community.Continue...

Features

Queen’s reputation, on the classroom level

Queen’s prides itself on being one of the top research universities in Canada, founded on Oct. 16 1841 and predating confederationContinue...

For students living with disabilities, self-advocacy is key

When Madia McGowan, ArtSci ’24, arrived at Queen’s in 2020, she saw it as a “big adjustment”—but not in the way most students do. It’s not unusual for incoming students to see the shift to university as a turning point in their lives, but for McGowan, who was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease when she was 10 years old, that transition symbolized something more.Continue...

Editorials

Moms are human too

Being a mom is one of the hardest jobs in the world—respecting that labour means granting women some much-needed space to be human.Continue...

Cash is king—now and forever

Cash may not be making a comeback, but it’s here to stay.Continue...

Opinions

When the present is dark, look to science fiction futures

The world can be a dark place sometimes.Continue...

Sexual violence should not be normalized at Queen’s

Queen’s is known for its academic achievements, notable alumni, and incredible faculty. However, it's also known for its notorious party scene.Continue...

Arts

WritersFest connects authors and readers in Kingston

Kingston WritersFest returned this past weekend, hosting a wide variety of authors and events for the Kingston community.Continue...

‘Of Longing and Songbirds’ coming to Union Gallery

Union Gallery is set to open a new exhibition, Of Longing and Songbirds to the public on Oct 4.Continue...

Sports

'The Journal' tries a workout class at the ARC

I’ll be the first one to admit it: I really don’t enjoy working out.Continue...

Queen’s doesn’t fool around at Guelph HOCO

On Sept. 24, Queen’s Football showed off at Alumni Stadium in Guelph.Continue...

Lifestyle

Couture from a can

Twenty-two years ago, Alexander McQueen pulled off the impossibleContinue...

How writing made me confront my feelings

If you had to guess my major, what would it be? English Language and Literature? Politics, Philosophy, and Economics? Sociology? If I had to take a guess at which one you’d pick, I think it would involve a ridiculous amount of writing.Continue...