News

AMS Fall in review

AMS President Eric Sikich, Vice President (Operations) Tina Hu, and Vice President (University Affairs) Callum Robertson sat down with The Journal to recount their progress from the fall semester and to discuss new initiatives.Continue...

No candidates ran in the NSS elections

With campus-wide elections around the corner in the winter semester, the Nursing Sciences Society (NSS) is struggling to find executives for the upcoming term.Continue...

Features

Investigating the unpaid labour behind club leadership

There are roughly 300 clubs here at Queen’s, each of them run by presidents, executives, directors, or other leaders of varying titles.

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Winter holidays at Queen’s

Professors are wrapping up their lectures, and students are rushing towards the end of their semester with the holiday fervor hovering in the background.Continue...

Editorials

Hazing is dangerous—take it seriously

Queen’s Finance Association (QFA) had its activities suspended this month following a serious incident of non-academic misconduct.Continue...

Reconnecting with your childhood superhero

Whether it’s Spider-Man slinging from web to web, Batman firing up the Batmobile, or Wonder Woman wielding the Lasso of Truth, superheroes are a defining feature of many childhood memories.Continue...

Opinions

The student housing market is in crisis

A healthy, stable home environment is critical to well-being. With students now expected to work and study from "the comfort of their own homes," online learning has elevated the importance of a positive home environment as part of academic study.Continue...

Car-centric lifestyles are still the way forward in Canada

There are more characters in SpongeBob than there are cities whose people I would recommend fully adopt a non-car-centric lifestyle.Continue...

Arts

Must-see exhibitions at the Agnes

At the end of the year, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre will close for renovations and updated exhibitions.Continue...

‘Stutz’ is a must watch

World renowned psychiatrist Phil Stutz is the focal point of the documentary titled after him. Directed by friend and patient Jonah Hill, Stutz intimately explores the therapeutic process by reverting the doctor-patient binary between the two of them as they recount their journeys in mental health.Continue...

Sports

Women’s Basketball victorious in the battle of undefeated teams

The Gaels took home their fifth consecutive win of the season on Friday at the ARC as they defeated the Carleton Ravens 71-65.Continue...

Men’s Basketball dethrones top ranked Ravens

The ARC was pulsing on Friday night as the Queen’s versus Carleton match-up brought in 750 fans, the most the facility has seen all season. Despite a slow start and a little lost momentum in the fourth quarter, the Gaels beat the Ravens 76-62.Continue...

Lifestyle

‘Dancing with the Stars’ is still a classic

When a Disney+ pop-up ad prompted me to watch the 31st season of Dancing with the Stars (DWTS) two months ago, I was surprised and confused. How could the show I watched years ago—one I used to convince my mom to push my bedtime—still be running?Continue...

‘My Mind & Me’ opens conversation around mental health

Selena Gomez released her new My Mind & Me documentary on Nov. 22, available on Apple TV+ and in select theatres. The phenomenal film details Selena’s upbringing, her life of stardom, and her mental health struggles within the industry.Continue...