Kingston Night Market Recap

September 2, 2022
The Journal explores the fourth annual Kingston Night Market and interviews Melanie Redman, Executive Director of Loving Spoonful.
QJ staff share memories from their first year at Queen’s.Senior Video Editor: Mackenzie LoveysPhoto and Video Credit: Senior Video Editor, Curtis HeinzlMusic Credit: This video includes original music produced by The Queen’s Music Production Collective, QWave. Song: “Amesbury Park” by Musaad 
Learn about a few of the LGBTQ+ and QTBIPOC student groups and resources at Queen’s.Senior Video Editor: Mackenzie LoveysMusic Credit: This video includes original music produced by The Queen’s Music Production Collective, QWave. Song: “Walk Down Division” by Musaad
 Meet a few of the faces behind QJ as they share their hopes for Volume 150. 
For the final issue of Volume 149, The Journal’s video team sat down with this year’s Editors in Chief, Shelby Talbot and Aysha Tabassum, to reflect on their experience at QJ.
Have you explored the Isabel Bader Centre yet? Check out all that this incredible building has to offer to Queen’s students and the general public alike!  
The Journal had the immense pleasure of hosting Omega Edwards, Con-Ed ’22 for a Journal Sessions performance of two original songs, Sacrifice and Mercy.
 Take a look behind the scenes of the DAN School’s Studio Series with Producer Tiana Lam!
Meet the six candidates vying to be your next Rector. Be sure to vote on Mar. 20 or 21 using the link sent to your Queen’s email account.
Take a break from studying and enjoy a night out at one of the many amazing shows premiering this spring.
Join The Journal on a tour of some more downtown businesses.

Back to campus updates

February 12, 2022
Queen’s has updated its safety requirements ahead of the return to in-person learning on February 28th. Be sure you’re prepared by checking out the additional resources below:Queen’s Safe Return:’s Student Wellness Services: and Recreation Centre:
Meet your new AMS, ASUS, CESA, and EngSoc Executives! Thanks to all those who voted in this Winter’s Student Government Elections.
With elections season just around the corner, get to know the candidates campaigning for your vote. Hear from AMS, ASUS, CESA, and EngSoc executive candidates and learn about their vision for your society. For more information about how to vote on Feb. 1, check out The Journal’s last video!
Student Government elections are rapidly approaching! Tune in to hear from the ASUS Governance Officer, Kristen Sutherland, on how to participate in the upcoming elections and why voting is so important.
Stressed about finding somewhere to live next year? The Journal sat down with Adam King, the University’s Off-Campus Living Advisor to answer students’ most pressing questions. For more information, visit Adam offers a variety of services including confidential 1-on-1 or group sessions, lease reviews, and conflict resolution resources.
Join The Journal in checking out the exhibitions and collections on display at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, located on Queen’s campus. For more information, visit

Queen’s spooky stories

November 1, 2021
Two buildings on Queen’s campus are said to be haunted. Join The Journal in exploring the stories behind these claims.Thank you to Conor Hogan and Asbah Ahmad for narrating, and to Kingston Haunted Walk and Derek Redmond for submitting stories.

Journal Sessions: nana.

November 1, 2021
nana., CompSci ’21, worked on his latest EP every day for six months.Watch nana. perform two original songs for The Journal: “How the West Was Won” from his EP of the same title and the unreleased “I Cannot Run So I Stayed.”  Learn more about nana. as an artist in the latest episode of The Scramble podcast:
This video discusses sexual assault and may be triggering for some viewers. The Kingston Sexual Assault Centre’s 24-hour crisis support phone line can be reached at 613-544-6426 / 1-800-544-6424. To read The Journal’s coverage of this event, please follow this link.
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