News

AMS Annual General Meeting discusses future of services

At the AMS Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Mar. 11 in Wallace Hall, Society President Miguel Martinez spoke to Assembly about the state of the AMS and shared his hopes for where it will go next.Continue...

Indigenous Awareness Week focuses on solidarity and sovereignty

On Mar. 15, Queen’s Native Student Association (QNSA) will host a screening of the film Indian Horse to cap off Indigenous Awareness Week (IAW) 2019.Continue...

Features

How climate change will shape Kingston

In 2050, Kingston moves to Ohio.Continue...

Queen's in print

Queen’s legacy is incomplete without mention of its student newspaper—one of Canada’s oldest student publications, at over 140 years old.Continue...

Editorials

Outcry against trans Olympians denies athletes recognition

Arguing that transgender athletes have an unfair physical advantage sidelines the systemic struggles trans individuals face in day-to-day life—let alone professional sports.Continue...

Queen’s should divest from the source of climate change

The University’s refusal to divest from fossil fuels proves that Queen’s values its finances above the changing climate. Queen’s positions itself as...Continue...

Opinions

Letter from a Queen’s researcher: Animal testing is unfairly judged

The use of animals in medical research is often a topic that makes people uncomfortable.Continue...

Talking heads: what are your St. Patty's day plans?

“I’ll be touring around the streets and hanging out with friends.” Macyn Leung, ArtSci ’21 “I’m visiting a friend at Laurier.” Sierra Singh, Comm ’19 “Chilling with friends visitng me from home...Continue...

Arts

Refocusing the lens of the Syrian war with ‘Homes’

Abu Bakr’s response to a bombing in his hometown: go to his cousin’s house and play FIFA 13.Continue...

Studio 22 showcases collection from West Coast artist

This March, Studio 22 is bringing the West to the Limestone City.Continue...

Sports

Queen's alum represents Ontario at Tim Hortons Brier

Wesley Forget, ArtSci '14 and current Residence Life permanent staff member, attended the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier tournament this year as part of curler Scott McDonald’s Ontario team. The Brier, an...Continue...

Zac Hutcheson carves out his place among OUA’s best

Men’s volleyball player Zac Hutcheson’s had an amazing season—but it didn’t come without challenges.Continue...

Lifestyle

Not drinking at one of Canada’s top party schools

On Homecoming of my first year I got drunk for the first and last time.Continue...

Tri-colour Sex Diary: Bumble, Mr. Brightside, and ball hockey

Most Queen’s students have dramatic dating app stories to swap, whether they used the platform to find love or simply ward off boredom.Continue...