News

Former Queen’s student sentenced to seven years for poisoning colleague

Former Queen’s student and convicted poisoner Zijie Wang, 26, was sentenced to seven years in prison on Tuesday, nearly a year after planting a carcinogen in his colleague’s food.Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap: Nov. 29

AMS Assembly voted on Thursday to call a special referendum for a JDUC redevelopment fee in January.Continue...

Features

The women of Queen’s, as told through their campus paper

The first female Editor in Chief of The Journal took over while World War I raged overseas.Continue...

From a school of one to a campus of 24,000

When Kori Altenpohl walked into CHEM 112 three years ago, she had classmates for the first time.

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Editorials

Canadian government should tax a sweet tooth

Sugar taxes aren’t about punishment—they nudge people toward less sugary alternatives.Continue...

Don’t give up on print media just yet

Diminishing print success has made traditional media outlets across Canada vulnerable, and the federal government has taken note.Continue...

Opinions

Letter to the Editor: Nov. 19

Dear Lifestyle Editor,

Your beautifully written article was forwarded to me by my daughter’s friend who also attends Queen’s.Continue...

English class deserves more respect

Despite the criticism it receives, English Literature is an important area of study.Continue...

Arts

A pleasant introduction to death metal

Great American Ghost lead singer Ethan Harrison screamed, asking the metal heads for devil horns on Saturday night.Continue...

Seeing yellow with indie rockers VALLEY

For VALLEY, being twenty-something is a yellow at an intersection.Continue...

Sports

Face-off for number one

After his starting and backup goaltenders left the program this summer, men’s hockey Head Coach Brett Gibson faced a problem: he only had one goalie going into the season, and hadn’t recruited at all for another.Continue...

Continuity in coaching holds value

When Pat Sheahan said he was the best version of himself he's ever been at his resignation press conference last week, I didn’t doubt him.Continue...

Lifestyle

Spending the holidays like a Gael

While some students are lucky enough to head home early for winter break, others spend most of December getting exam-ready in the library.Continue...

Queen's takes the Real World: Trading Kingston for the concrete jungle

If you open any of my old diaries or yearbooks, one staple of my identity has always been the same: I’ve known exactly what I wanted to do with my life and where I wanted to be since I was seven...Continue...