A few weeks ago, the same advertisement kept showing up on Instagram. 

AMS fall referendum statements

November 12, 2022
The Journal provides free space in our print edition and online for parties on the referendum ballot. All statements are unedited.
Censorship is rarely a good thing, especially not when it’s furthering a political agenda. 
For many students, university marks the beginning of the precious, confusing, and deeply formative age of emerging adulthood.
Virtual assistants like Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa are a part of daily life nowadays.
It seems like every year now, the production of a new reboot, remake, or sequel is announced.
Want to get food? Get in your car. Want to get to school? Get in your car. Want to go to the gym? Get in your car.  
Tech tyrant and notorious billionaire Elon Musk finally made his Twitter purchase official this past week to the dismay of many users. 
While the AMS budget for this school year looks somewhat promising compared to years past, The Journal only recently gained access to this document that should be public.

Lyrics are art, not evidence

November 4, 2022
Young Thug, one of this decade’s most influential rap artists, was recently indicted in a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) case.

Go to the Farmer’s Market

November 4, 2022
When you’re shopping at a supermarket, the cashier probably won’t know how long it took to grow the carrots you’re buying or what kind of recipes you can make with bok choy.
As The Journal reported last week, antisemitic graffiti was discovered in the new Albert Street residence building earlier this month.
The highly anticipated, highly controversial FIFA Men’s World Cup is less than a month away.

Making a van a home

October 28, 2022
For many, purchasing a home is the first sign you’ve made it in the world—and a home on four wheels is still a home.
The now infamous course “Taylor Swift’s Literary Legacy” is running this semester through the Queen’s English department. 
Dear cishet men: it’s not cool to hate on things just because women like them.
“The bottle may look empty, yet it’s anything but trash.”
The ever-controversial Kanye “Ye” West has crossed several new lines over the past few weeks. 
It’s the first club meeting of the year and the dreaded fun fact has come out to play. Cue the collective internal groan.
Jason Allen, a contestant in a recent digital art competition, sparked controversy by an using Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool called Midjourney to win. 
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