Editorials

Patient abuse needs to be in focus at medical schools

Currently, Canadian medical schools are taking a step in the right direction by trying to incorporate how doctors should interact with their patients into the curriculum.Continue...

Sexual assault policies alone aren’t solutions to sexual violence on campus

Having a sexual assault policy is one thing, having an effective policy is quite another.Continue...

Benefits of police body-worn cameras outweigh financial costs

Failing to hold law enforcement accountable for excessive force and abuses of power is a dangerous and recurrent problem in the Canadian justice system.Continue...

Don’t dilute the quality of the Olympics for personal gain

If you watched Elizabeth Swaney stroll down the halfpipe at the Olympics and thought, “hey, that could’ve been me,” you’re not alone.Continue...

Campbell’s comments are out of touch with modern feminism

In the past, Kim Campbell very much represented the way forward for women in Canada and continues to hold influence across the country to this day. Unfortunately, many of her ideas, such as how women should dress, haven’t aged quite as well.Continue...

Queen’s needs freedom of expression guidelines

We can’t wait for an unsafe situation to unfold before we attempt to prevent one.Continue...

Journalists have a major part to play in covering women in news

As the most visible component of the issue of gender inequality, Journalists have a responsibility to seek out women’s perspectives on the stories they write.Continue...

When helping loved ones, we can’t forget to help ourselves

It’s easy to become invested in the problems of the people we care about.Continue...

Your 20s don’t need to be spent worrying about having children

Even though I’m only 21 years old, I’ve already been told several times that my biological clock is ticking.Continue...

Demonetization alone won’t solve YouTube’s content issues

When YouTube was launched as a video sharing site in 2005, it was meant to be a platform for anyone to create content free of charge.Continue...

We don’t need ‘Lady-Friendly’ Doritos

In a time where gender inequality is in sharp focus, it’s ridiculous of the CEO of Pepsi-Co, Indra Nooyi, to propose women need a different kind of chip to appeal to them.Continue...

Social advocacy extends from playlist to poster

What do XXXTentacion and Chuck Close have in common?Continue...

Don't dismiss new musical talent

We need to stop putting music of the past on a pedestal.Continue...

Education on the Canadian marijuana industry is necessary

With marijuana legalization coming in July, post-secondary institutions are rising to the challenge of providing education about the industry to Canadians.Continue...

'O Canada' lyric change is necessary for positive progress

It’s essential that we’re able to re-evaluate who we are as time goes on.Continue...

Sports teams need to be held accountable for racism

It’s tempting to see the Cleveland Indians taking the infamous Chief Wahoo logo off their uniforms as a job well done, but the minimal gesture shouldn’t deserve anything more than minimal phrase.Continue...

USATs need reforms to have a real impact on teaching

Even though everyone is expected to fill out USATs at the end of the semester, what students might not know is how much of an impact these single pieces of paper can have on their professors.Continue...

The real learning at university is done beyond the classroom

Although students initially come to university to get a degree, post-secondary education is about a lot more than just academics.Continue...

Protecting students should be more of a priority

Sexual violence comes in many forms.Continue...

Liberals can’t have it both ways on Canada’s climate targets

Putting a price carbon pollution has become the paradigm of climate policy.Continue...

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