News

Students report suspicious sign-up sheets in lectures

Several Queen’s students have reported seeing suspicious sign-up sheets being passed around in lectures over the past two weeks.Continue...

New terrace opens at Stauffer Library

Stauffer has unveiled a new patio space, expanding the building’s “open air” space.Continue...

Features

How Everett A. Collins’ portrait was removed from Richardson Hall

In his 1952 eulogy, former Queen’s trustee Everett A. Collins—who supported quotas on Jewish students—was called a friend to “strangers in a strange land.”Continue...

Legal decision affects USAT update

Ryerson University’s teaching evaluations can no longer affect an instructor’s promotion, tenure or advancement—and it may impact Queen’s.Continue...

Editorials

The New York Review of Books silences women’s experiences of sexual misconduct

A publication that amplifies the self-serving voice of a man repeatedly accused of sexual misconduct silences the voices of the women he’s hurt.Continue...

Electronic cigarette companies not responsible for youth consumption

E-cigarettes like Juuls pose health concerns, but their popularity shouldn’t penalize the companies that created them.Continue...

Opinions

New free speech policy makes students and universities less safe

Freedom of speech is a complex issue and cannot be sufficiently tackled through one simple law.Continue...

Talking Heads: how are you coping with the first week of school?

“I’m doing work ahead of time and staying on top of it.”Landon Pollock ArtSci ’22

“Having an extremely organized agenda.” Jen Cooke ArtSci '20 "Puppy therapy.” Louis & Juilia Fast-Grass...Continue...

Arts

Home is where the art is

Creating an album is difficult—harder, still, when your recording studio’s a bed.Continue...

Commentary: Stitching into Feminism

As up-and-coming artists challenge societal expectations, cross-stitching is experiencing a feminist resurgence.Continue...

Sports

Men’s soccer splits weekend series

The men’s soccer team had a gruelling weekend at home, playing two tough games against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and Ryerson Rams.Continue...

Women’s soccer scores back-to-back against RMC

This weekend, the women’s soccer team left no doubt they’re the top local team with back-to-back wins against the RMC Paladins.Continue...

Lifestyle

The Predator earns its name

Director Shane Black’s decision to hire his friend, a convicted sex offender, as an actor marred the glitz and glamour of the red carpet opening for his film The Predator at TIFF.Continue...

Re-learning the simple rules of friendship

Last summer, I embarked on a five-week educational trip to Baie-Saint-Paul, Québec—a town an hour north from the province’s capital, Quebec City.Continue...