News

AMS Fall-in-Review

On Nov. 24, AMS President Zaid Kasim, Vice President of (Operations) Tiana Wong, and Vice President (University Affairs) Ryan Seig sat down with The Journal to reflect on their progress and discuss new initiatives.Continue...

Queen’s rallies for graduate students

“We are unstoppable! A better Queen’s is possible!”Continue...

Features

Sports, community, and mental health

“While it’s challenging to look after your mental health, with all the appointments and all the time it takes to take care of yourself while studying, […] committing to any activities outside of academia will only benefit you in the long run,” Ampai Thammachack, M.Sc. ’22, said in an interview with The Journal .Continue...

Unpacking Canada’s fossil fuel industry

When the Queen’s Finance Association (QFA) hosted RBC CEO David McKay on Nov. 5, protestors stood outside Grant Hall to voice their concerns with RBC’s financing of the fossil fuel industry, particularly their subsidizing of the Line 3 pipeline expansion.Continue...

Editorials

Transparency and accountability is a must for student leadership—and RTZ doesn’t deliver

Student government leaders must be honest and transparent when addressing problems within their institutions—and team RTZ is no exception.Continue...

Let’s make academics more accessible and less elitist

In the past few months, I have used the term “anticolonialism” about 367 times. If I had a nickel for every time I’ve explained Edward Said’s “East vs. West dichotomy” to an unsuspecting econ major, I’d probably have 10 cents—and that’s two too many.Continue...

Opinions

Chicago Blackhawk’s scandal shows need for better investigative journalism in sports

Last month, the hockey world experienced a day of reckoning when Kyle Beach, a professional hockey player, revealed himself as John Doe — the plaintiff in an ongoing sexual assault lawsuit against the Chicago Blackhawks.

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Letter to the Editor: November 25th

Dear Editors,

In Response to the November 19 article about QSAS’s new accommodations ( ...Continue...

Arts

Muse releases 23rd issue

The 23rd issue of Muse comes out Friday, Nov. 26.Continue...

Exploring the meaning of family in fiction

As a live-at-home Kingstonian, the end of exam season has always been awkward for me.Continue...

Sports

Queen’s topples Concordia in first round of Men’s Rugby Nationals

The Men’s Rugby Team returned to play on Wednesday evening, coming away with a 38-22 win over the Concordia Stingers in the first round of the Canadian University Men’s Rugby Championship.Continue...

Former Gael, current Olympian Julie-Anne Staehli slows down to catch up with ‘The Journal’

Even with years of race wins and success under her belt, numbers are only half the story for Olympian and Queen’s alum Julie-Anne Staehli.Continue...

Lifestyle

Ranking places I’ve cried on Queen’s campus

For the past few weeks, I’ve felt the existential dread of graduation creeping up my spine.Continue...

Parting with my roots is more difficult than I expected

In April of 2019, I moved back to Prince Edward County for the final time.Continue...