News

Storm floods buildings across campus

Significant flooding hit Queen’s campus on Wednesday during an afternoon of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain.Continue...

Queen's to lose 79 Saudi students

After recent diplomatic tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia, 79 international students studying at Queen’s will be returning home before the fall term begins.Continue...

Features

Students face lawsuit during exams

More than ten years ago, Phil Lam won the first ever Golden Cockroach—a discontinued AMS award presented to landlords of the University District’s worst houses.Continue...

The politics of a classroom

For conservative students, entering a university classroom can be like walking a political tightrope.

According to some students at Queen’s,being in a tutorial where their viewpoints are...Continue...

Editorials

U of T mental health policy puts students in the periphery

A university mental health policy that cuts students off from support services is no health policy at all.Continue...

Pop culture increasingly vital in current political climate

Calling pop culture a guilty pleasure denies the validity of a diverse and powerful section of society.Continue...

Opinions

Expanding the scope of student conduct

Criminal records shouldn’t be a cost associated with repairing the University’s reputational damage within the Kingston community.Continue...

Talking Heads: What do you think of the World Cup?

“I’m annoyed when people ask because I don’t watch it.” Songyang Zhoue Con-Ed ‘19 “It’s a great spectacle of sport.”William Hodgson-WalkerArtSci ‘19 “It’s fun to go out for beers and watch it.”...Continue...

Arts

Remembering Kim Renders

On July 17, beloved teacher and theatre trailblazer Kim Renders passed away.Continue...

The Circus comes to town

Hanging from chandeliers and jumping on the bed are usually frowned upon—but Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo made an exception on July 4.Continue...

Sports

Kozak twins go varsity

While they didn’t plan to share a university, twins Quade and Kianna Kozak couldn’t resist the idea of becoming Queen’s Gaels.Continue...

Brant Stachel gains national recognition for work in Kingston

Most of Brant Stachel’s young coaching career has been spent in the shadows. The cross country team’s assistant coach has often found the time for others—but now, he’s finding it for himself.Continue...

Lifestyle

Learning to process my grief during frosh week

When my mother walked into my room with tears in her eyes as my brother and I watched tennis, I assumed it was about her son’s first year at university.

I knew seeing her first child go to...Continue...

Is 13 Reasons Why’s triggering content acceptable artistic expression?

Netflix’s hit series 13 Reasons Why has been making waves with its controversial depiction of teen suicide since its premiere in 2017. After continuing to deliver increasingly divisive plotlines in its recently released second season, the show has proven to be a unique case study in artistic expression without moral considerations.Continue...

In Focus

The Journal’s guide to residence living

The first intimidating steps into residence come with dozens of tricks.Continue...

Get to know your frosh leaders

Each faculty has their own unique orientation week designed to break down barriers and make memories between new students.Continue...