News

Ford government to appeal Student Choice Initiative court ruling in March

Over a year after it was struck down in court,...Continue...

Editors in Chief of Queen’s Journal Volume 149 elected

Aysha Tabassum and Shelby Talbot were elected the next Editors in Chief of The Journal, Volume 149, last Friday.Continue...

Features

The highs and lows of substance use during COVID-19

Kelly King has never been a staple drinker. But since the onset of the pandemic, she has experienced a drastic change in her substance use.Continue...

How the Smith Transparency Project is inspiring change through data

In the wake of ‘ Stolen by Smith ’, there was harsh criticism from those who questioned the credibility of the anecdotal evidence the account relied on. Commerce students were missing empirical evidence to support the patterns demonstrated by the page when trying to understand the needs of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigeneity (EDII).Continue...

Editorials

Queen’s didn’t tell students it’d missed its fundraising deadline for the JDUC. Now what?

This year, undergraduate students paid $40 each to support turning the John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) into a more sustainable, accessible, and modern building through the mandatory JDUC Redevelopment Fee established by the AMS.Continue...

As a journalist, tweeting hate speech has consequences—as it should

It’s well within a newspaper’s rights to fire staff with cause—especially if that staff member is expressing hateful views.

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Opinions

Online learning must be more engaging

The challenges of shifting to online learning have been well-documented.Continue...

Queen’s Student Wellness Services needs personalized care

University is a pivotal time for mental healthContinue...

Arts

‘I love the colour palette of childhood’: Sadie Levine on her imaginative artwork

Sadie Levine, Con-Ed '23, has been expressing herself through playful, dreamlike illustrations since she was in high school. Her work is driven by an expression of childhood memories reimagined in her sketchbook.Continue...

Poem: Unspoken Words

I have to thank you for dancing on tables

In the basement of Brock.Continue...

Sports

How the oil-thigh lost its shine: Queen’s fading football tradition

The thunderous Queen’s war cries which once flooded campus on football game days are no more, their echoes having faded into silence long ago.Continue...

Burnt rubber: getting under the hood with motorsports at Queen’s

If you know anything about motorsports, it’s probably that they’re expensive—and pretty damn intense.Continue...

Lifestyle

What it’s like being a ‘Castle Kid’

Back in 2018, I went out on a limb and accepted an offer to do my first year of undergrad at the Queen’s Bader International Study Centre (BISC), located in East Sussex, England, where students go to school at Herstmonceux Castle.Continue...

The Tricolour Sex Column: The Orgasm Gap vs. the Pleasure Gap

If you haven’t heard about it by now, ‘The Orgasm Gap’ is the concept that some folks, depending on their gender or sexuality, are more or less likely to achieve an orgasm during sexual encounters with one or multiple partners.Continue...