News

Court hears first arguments in CFS-O lawsuit over Student Choice Initiative

The Ontario Divisional Court heard arguments from the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario (CFS-O) and the York Federation of Students (YFS) during the first hearing in the groups’ legal challenge against the province’s Student Choice Initiative (SCI) on Oct. 11.Continue...

Features

Where did all the feminism go?

Second-wave feminist issues, like birth control and abortion, don’t have the same visibility on campus today that they had in the 70s.Continue...

The year Rhinos invaded Queen’s

Birds have, for too long, held a monopoly as political parties’ mascots.Continue...

Editorials

Barrington Walker’s steady student focus earns endorsement

In the upcoming federal election, it’s vital that as Queen’s students, we vote for a candidate that best represents us, our unique priorities, and the community around us.Continue...

Confronting our own racial bias fosters true multiculturalism

Canada is multicultural: it’s written into our laws, it’s touted worldwide as our strength, and it’s a way of life Canadians have embraced since it became official policy in 1988.Continue...

Opinions

An open letter to the writer of the racist and homophobic note

Last week, a racist and homophobic note was posted in Chown Hall residence.Continue...

Talking Heads: What will Queen's look like in 2050?

"Hopefully unchanged, but with more buildings for more students." Melissa Wong, Comm '22 Continue...

Arts

Infotourist’s political rage spurred album on US election

Infotourist’s newest album shows what happens when intense political aggravation and artistic expression collide.Continue...

Colten Boushie documentary tackles racial tension on the Prairies

The latest film from award-winning Cree filmmaker Tasha Hubbard, nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, debuted in Kingston this Wednesday, Oct. 16 at the Screening Room as a special presentation from the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF).Continue...

Sports

Bring on Guelph: Women’s rugby going to OUA Championships

With their win over the Brock Badgers, the Queen’s Gaels will play the Guelph Gryphons at home on Friday, Oct. 18 for the OUA Championship Title.Continue...

Queen’s playoff hopes dashed in overtime loss

Last Thursday, the Gaels took on the Guelph Gryphons, who were ranked fifth in the country ahead of the nighttime matchup. The Gaels lost a heartbreaker to the Gryphons in overtime, 27-24.Continue...

Lifestyle

Learning about my grandfather’s heroic life taught me the power of storytelling

I will never meet my grandfather. His death in 1978 makes that impossible. But I would be grossly mistaken—and I was—to think that means I’d never have a relationship with him.Continue...

Queen’s students and alumni share what Homecoming means to them

Queen’s Homecoming is a time to celebrate togetherness and school spirit, but not everyone experiences it in the same way. In honour of this year’s festivities, The Journal asked staff, students, and alumni to share what Homecoming means to them.Continue...