Editorials

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Cash is king—now and forever

Cash may not be making a comeback, but it’s here to stay.Continue...

You chose to cheat—don’t blame Instagram

Adam Levine’s adulterous DMs have been circulating the internet recently, inspiring no end of mockery in the form of memes.Continue...

We need to approach world issues with broader perspectives

Following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman visiting Tehran with her family, outcry has taken Iran by storm.Continue...

Editors’ Note: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The Journal is observing the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and has altered its production schedule accordingly.
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No federal holiday should celebrate colonialism

This past Monday, many Canadians were awarded a day off to mourn her majesty the Queen.Continue...

Asking for help shows strength, not weakness

Many university students seem to believe that asking for help is a sign of weakness. However, recognizing when you need support and having the courage to seek it out is actually a sign of strength and academic engagement.Continue...

Indigenous communities can benefit from internal policing

In response to the tragic murders in Saskatchewan this month, calls for local, community-led police forces in indigenous communities have grown.Continue...

Pro-choice activism should represent all gender identities, not just cis women

Since the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade , meaningful discussions surrounding human rights, abortion access, and reproductive healthcare have increased.Continue...

Dear straight men: don’t hate on astrology

Horoscopes are harmless—whether they accurately predict anything is irrelevant. What matters is how they help people identify with something and connect with others.Continue...

Privatizing healthcare won’t solve Canada’s problems

The recently reignited debate around the privatization of Canadian healthcare should sound alarm bells all over the country. Our healthcare system needs solutions to long-standing problems, but we must avoid a situation like that of the U.S.Continue...

Canada should invest in train transport

Canada isn’t a nation renowned for its public transportation, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try to improve it.Continue...

Exchange should be an opportunity for everyone

Queen’s has over 220 exchange partners in 55 countries with programs for students in every faculty. Some prospective students choose Queen’s for its breadth of opportunities to study abroad. For others, exchange isn’t a factor—but it should be.Continue...

Taylor Swift’s private jet isn’t the climate’s greatest enemy

It’s not all that often that celebrity and climate news intersect, but thanks to an investigation by sustainable marketing company Yard that has recently circulated, the impact of individual A-listers on the environment has been exposed in detail.Continue...

‘Little Miss Bossy’ needs a new name

A bossy person is someone who has “given to ordering people about; [is] overly authoritative; domineering.”Continue...

Queen’s students deserve paper and digital ballots

11.5 per cent—that’s the proportion of students who decided the fate of near $20 million budget.Continue...

Crime isn’t black and white—reporting shouldn’t be either

Over the past few months, various stories have circulated in the news about violent criminals being released after their sentences despite the potential risk of them reoffending.Continue...

Summer Lovin’ isn’t always a blast

There seems to be this idea of summer as something transformative, but just because the seasons change it doesn’t mean we automatically become new people.Continue...

Nobody owes you a story

Australian actor Rebel Wilson recently came out in an Instagram post after Andrew Hornery, a gossip columnist for the Sydney Morning Herald, contacted her team.Continue...

Hollywood needs accountability, not redeemers

When someone apologizes for making a mistake, we forgive them so they can learn and hopefully grow into a better person.Continue...

Canada must focus on access and education as reproductive rights are threatened

Canadians are watching as the freedom to choose faces its biggest threat in decades across the border in the United States.Continue...

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