Features

Stranded in Egypt

Alumni Relations sends trip to Egypt and scrambles to retrieve them.Continue...

The life of a res custodian

The Journal spends a day with one of Morris Hall’s cleaning staff.Continue...

Barrington Walker on Black history

Queen’s history professor talks about his new book on debunking the myth of Canadian enlightenment in the age of slavery.Continue...

No Homecoming, no problem?

Complaints from alumni donors about Homecoming still occurring, but University statistics show an increase in donations.Continue...

Examining AMS voter turnout

Voter turnout for AMS elections historically higher than most other Ontario University student unions.Continue...

Kingston’s poutine phenomenon

The Journal investigates Kingston’s burgeoning Poutine arena in search of a clear winner.Continue...

Leading the charge against lead

Utilities Kingston team tests water in local houses to prevent lead from contaminating water.Continue...

Talking trash

The Journal spends a day on a recycling truck to learn the ins and outs of Ghetto garbage.Continue...

False panic increases average rent

Misconceptions that the Ghetto is experiencing a housing shortage caused average monthly rent to rise from around $450 to $600, says a Queen’s housing advisor.Continue...

Treating depression differently

Queen’s Blue Sky Project is looking to link depression to genetics and early childhood experiences.Continue...

High pressure sales make bad impression

Door-to-door sales agents canvass the Ghetto looking to lock students onto contracts with independent energy companies.Continue...

Gaels’ home north of Princess infringed

Queen’s Athletics renews lease for Memorial Centre for five years despite new schedule restrictions.Continue...

New kid in the narcotics neighborhood?

Contrary to police statistics, local bar and security staff claim an increase in use of MDMA in Queen’s nightlife.Continue...

Queen's still in the red

University ran a $14.7 million dollar deficit in the 2009-10 fiscal year.Continue...

The currency of a Queen’s grade

The Journal looks at how a Queen’s mark matches up to other Canadian Universities.Continue...

Queen’s absent from world rankings

University administration decided not to participate in Times Higher Education’s top 200 because of concerns over the the survey’s new research methods.Continue...

Talking about communication

Students, faculty and administration discuss the topic of teachers with English as a second language.Continue...

Shock therapy: Not like the movies

Head of Queen’s psychiatry says Queen’s faculty members administer Electroconvulsive Therapy on a regular basis to over 10 patients at local healthcare facility.Continue...

Council candidates weigh in

The Journal talks to candidates in surrounding districts about Queen’s, Town-Gown relations and student issues.Continue...

Prescription drugs used unprescribed?

Psychology department head says effects of ADHD treatment drugs like Adderall aren’t soley beneficial.Continue...

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