News

In conversation with Queen’s next principal

After a nine-month search, the University announced its appointment of McMaster President Patrick Deane as Queen’s next principal and vice-chancellor on Monday morning.Continue...

In conversation with new Associate Vice-Principal Stephanie Simpson

Effective as of Nov. 1, Stephanie Simpson was appointed the associate vice-principal in human rights, equity, and inclusion.Continue...

Features

Head judicial officer fired after investigating AMS president

After investigating the conduct of AMS President, Miguel Martinez, the Society’s head judicial officer was fired on Tuesday morning.Continue...

The 1978 disappearance of a 27-year-old Queen’s lab technician goes unsolved

Forty years ago, Christine Ziomkiewicz vanished without a trace. She was last seen on June 23, 1978. The following decades revealed little of the 27-year-old Queen’s lab technician’s disappearance...Continue...

Editorials

Arts students should be prepared for employment, not excluded

Students pursuing liberal arts degrees face more criticism than their peers in other disciplines because of their major’s perceived irrelevance in the job market.Continue...

Secret Uber recordings threaten passenger comfort

While dashboard cameras are installed in cars to protect safety, they’re not there to infringe on privacy.Continue...

Opinions

Talking heads: what are your thoughts on incoming principal Patrick Deane?

“I don’t know anything about him or where he comes from, but I love change! Jacob Ritchie, CompSci ‘21 “I would appreciate a more diverse candidate considering we’re swithcing to another white male...Continue...

In support of Patrick Deane

As former student leaders who worked with incoming Principal Patrick Deane during his time as Vice-Principal (Academic), we can say with full confidence that his appointment represents an opportunity for Queen’s to rediscover and nurture its unique undergraduate learning experience.Continue...

Arts

Arts in Brief: BFA Print Sale returns

The Queen’s community can support student artists as the annual BFA print sale kicks off this week at the ARC.

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Dumpster graffiti raises awareness about climate change

Student artists have found one way to raise awareness about climate change on campus, and it’s trash.Continue...

Sports

Men’s rugby win 24th Turner Trophy

After a perfect season for the men’s rugby team, the Turner Trophy is staying home. On Sunday, the Gaels (10-0) won their 24th OUA championship after a commanding 48-10 win over the Guelph Gryphons (8-2).Continue...

Men’s hockey earns pair of home victories

After two road trips, the men’s hockey team returned to the Memorial Centre for a pair of games against the Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) Patriotes this weekend, defeating them 5-2 on Friday and 3-2 on Saturday.Continue...

Lifestyle

Discovering my limits at the New York City Marathon

Turning the corner onto Lafayette Avenue, I looked at my arm. It was covered in goosebumps for the sixth time in the last 50 minutes.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: Is there value in openly discussing our grades?

Students being open about marks might seem like a recipe for disappointment and self-deprecation, but open dialogue can serve to help gauge your progress, alleviate doubt, and create a sense of solidarity.Continue...