News

World Medical Association president plagiarizes Queen's Prof

On Saturday, incoming World Medical Association (WMA) President Dr. Leonid Eidelman plagiarized Queen’s professor Dr. Chris Simpson in his inaugural speech.Continue...

Mayoral candidates debate at City Hall

On Thursday night, mayoral candidates gathered in City Hall to answer questions from the Kingston community.

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Features

As citywide opioid busts increase, campus prepares

Maybe it would all have been different if Emily* hadn’t fallen that day.Continue...

Invisible disabilities slip through the cracks

When Kaitlyn MacDonald entered Landmark Cinemas in Kingston this summer, she started to cry.Continue...

Editorials

Conversion therapy for youth needs federal ban

Conversion therapy’s sustained traumatic impact on LGBTQ+ youth has permanent repercussions on their lives and harms their sense of self-worth. Over 2,500 Canadians have recently signed an...Continue...

Queen’s students need to take responsibility for our drinking culture

The university administration has made every effort to educate Queen’s students on the adverse effects of our drinking culture. Now, it’s our turn to make a change. In the past few years, the...Continue...

Opinions

Letter to the Editor

Granovsky’s writing is thoughtful and well-written but I think that his criticism of our current society’s attempt to turn boys into men misses the mark. It’s true that we do not need more gentlemen...Continue...

Male mental health a silent crisis on campus

The Canadian Mental Health Association labels men’s mental health as a “sleeper issue,” which—until recently—has rarely been taken seriously.Continue...

Arts

Queen’s Library opens historical Nuremberg Chronicle for students

On Tuesday, Principal Woolf introduced the 1493 edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle , the library’s newest rare book acquisition.Continue...

Keeping the art of pen craftsmanship alive

While most students grab a coffee and hit the books after class, Matt Vainer, ArtSci ’20, heads to the workshop to perfect his latest fountain pen.Continue...

Sports

Wolever dominates in final season

When Jenny Wolever scored in the closing minutes against the UOIT Ridgebacks last Sunday to seal a 2-0 win, the Gaels breathed a collective sigh of relief.Continue...

Parity is the fuel to the OUA’s engine

Before the season started, the expectations for the Queen’s men’s rugby team were clear: championship or nothing. They weren’t ambitious expectations.Continue...

Lifestyle

Applying minimalism to the student lifestyle

In September 2016, I came to school with a truck full of boxes and a mind cluttered by expectations.Continue...

Why Brett Kavanaugh got appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court

Brett Kavanaugh, a man accused of multiple counts of sexual assault, has been appointed to a lifetime position on the Supreme Court of the United States of America. This is reality, and it isn’t something that can be undone.Continue...