News

Misogynist Facebook page was run by a Queen’s employee

A Facebook page called Kings of Queen’s, which featured posts targeting Queen’s students and spreading anti-women messages, was run by a Queen’s employee, The Journal has learned.

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Features

Faculty falter when addressing Indigenous topics

For Misko McGregor, (Comm ‘21), an Algonquin-Ojibwe student from Kitigan Zibi First Nation in Québec, it was a strange experience weighing in on his classmates’ presentations with his professor during the Indigenous component of his second-year Business Ethics course.Continue...

Under new system, students compete for same-day counselling

Amelie Mahrt-Smith, ArtSci ‘21, needed to talk to someone. She called seven times, on seven different days, trying to get a same-day appointment with a counsellor from Student Wellness Services (SWS).Continue...

Editorials

Calling a woman ‘badass’ isn’t empowering

It’s counter-productive to use gendered language to reward women for their success.Continue...

Being a camp counsellor is a real job

The role of camp counsellor qualifies as a bona fide summer job—the kind a post-secondary graduate should be proud to have on their resume.Continue...

Opinions

Talking Heads: Professors, what's your best exam advice?

“After 10 p.m., prioritize sleep over studying.” Rebecca Hall, Global Development Studies

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It’s time to discuss menstruation on campus—period

I menstruate regularly for around five days each month, and I want you to be happy for me instead of grossed out.Continue...

Arts

Tim Baker talks life, music, and new album

Now in a new stage of his career, Tim Baker grounds himself by making truthful, raw music that he hopes will bring people together.Continue...

5th Company Lane presents Christina, The Girl King

Ending its four-day run, Christina, The Girl King told the story of one of history’s most unconventional monarchs’ struggle to serve her country while staying true to herself.Continue...

Sports

Autism Mentorship Program brings together Athletics, community

It’s an age-old adage that when good people get together, good things happen. Case in point: Josh Mosely and Emilio Frometa. Case in another point: varsity athletes and kids with autism.Continue...

Meet Kara Blair, Queen’s most humble star

Kara Blair has made an incredible leap forward over the last year, and her individual accomplishments—highlighted by a fourth-place finish at this year’s nationals—helped push the top-ranked Queen’s cross-country team into championship territory.Continue...

Lifestyle

How Movember changed my attitude about my Asperger’s

When November rolls around, many people are left wondering what Movember is and why a bunch of guys are trying to grow mustaches (even though sometimes, they can’t).Continue...

Packing our 2019 pop culture time capsule

It’s hard enough to remember what we had for breakfast last week, let alone all of the crazy pop culture moments of the past year.Continue...