In Focus

No double duty

If you’re living in residence, or even spending a few minutes in one, you will likely come across a don — the upper years in bright red vests.Continue...

How green is Frosh Week?

Whether it’s refilling a metal water bottle or registering online, there’s a growing green mindset towards orientation activities at Queen’s.Continue...

OSAP can leave gap for students to fill

Summar Bourada’s dreams of becoming a student at Queen’s wouldn’t have come true if it weren’t for OSAP.Continue...

PSE: Does it make a difference?

The Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) is unique to Queen’s and is also vital to the application process, according to Stuart Pinchin, associate university registrar of undergraduate admissions.Continue...

Miraculous March

As the weather dropped below freezing, the Gaels turned up the heat in courts and arenas both home and away. Journal photographers Justin Tang and Balpreet Kukreja followed the action throughout the term.Continue...

Blue Blizzard

The snowstorm outside did little to quell the spirits and celebrations last night.Continue...

InFocus: As leaves fall, the OUAs call

With another fall season of Queen’s sport in the books, Journal photographers Christine Blais and Justin Tang reflect on the action captured from the sidelines.Continue...

Fauxcoming ... again

Saturday night Christine Blais, Justin Tang, Jerome James and Justin Chin ventured out to Aberdeen St. to capture the weekend’s unofficial festivities.Continue...

Smells like Queen’s spirit

From Nursing to NEWTS, Journal photographers Christine Blais and Justin Tang captured the excitement of Frosh Week as the class of 2014 got their first taste of Queen’s.Continue...

Feel it in your bones

Journal photographer Christine Blais was on hand to capture the festivities at last weekend’s fifth annual Skeleton Park Music Festival featuring over 20 local actsContinue...

Home grown talent

Journal photographer Christine Blais captured the action happening all over downtown Kingston. Bands ranging from Folk to Rock participated in the Home Grown Festival all
day Saturday.Continue...

Bon hiver

Here are the highlights from Journal photographers Tyler Ball, Christine Blais and Justin Tang’s coverage of the Gaels this winter.Continue...

Legends of the fall

Sports photos from this fall term.Continue...

Weather the Gael

The winter cold did nothing to dampen the action of Gaels’ sports.Continue...

Autumnal athletics

From hope to hearbreak, in rain, snow and sunshine, Journal photographers Matthew Rushworth and Tyler Ball were on the sidelines to capture the ups and downs of Queen’s fall athletics.Continue...

A touch of Midas

Rain, purple and otherwise, did nothing to mar the events of Queen’s most infamous event.Continue...

Good gosh, it’s frosh

Whilst engineering students got greasy and the ArtScis faced a trial by shaving cream, Journal photographers Matthew Rushworth and Tyler Ball documented the dirt and peat moss. From hot days to a hillside concert, the class of 2012 made their Queen’s debut.Continue...

Glory from the ground up

Rookies were the driving force behind much of the Gaels’ second-term success.Continue...

Capturing the cup

Each year Queen’s and RMC go head to head for the 22nd Carr-Harris Cup.
The annual game showcases the historic rivalry between two of Canada’s oldest collegiate hockey teams. Journal assistant photo editor Joshua Chan was there to capture the spirit of a Canadian university classic. Queen’s won 4-2.Continue...

The power of one

In the end it took just one ballot. After waiting throughout the night and into the early morning, it was determined that team RWS won over ACH by just one vote. Journal photo editors Harrison Smith and Joshua Chan were with each team to document the suspense, joy and sadness of election night.Continue...

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