Opinions

Putting your pronouns in your bio is not the revolutionary step you think it is

This pride month, I’ve had the privilege to actively reflect on what I want to advocate for within the LGBTQ2S+ community.Continue...

Sexual Violence Prevention at Queen's

I approach the writing of this report from the standpoint of a Queen’s alum. I have witnessed and experienced first-hand the pervasiveness of sexual violence and harassment on this campus.Continue...

Talking Heads: What will you miss most about The Journal?

"Who knew that when my dad off-handedly suggested I join a student newspaper in first year, this would become my home away from home. I will miss all the laughter the newsroom...Continue...

The integrity of women’s sports must be made a priority

Sports have never been played on an even field.Continue...

Conservatism is no excuse to ignore people’s needs

Amidst a global pandemic and an open conversation of state-induced repression, it has become more critical than ever to analyze effective government and hold representatives accountable for their duty to the people.Continue...

Letter to the Editor: March 22nd

Dear Editors,

Julia Stratton’s brief introduction to nuclear energy ( Splitting atoms: making sense of nuclear power , 2021 Mar 19) reminded me how I was first introduced to...Continue...

There can be no double standards when discussing genocide

Contrary to what the government would have you believe, genocide is happening in Canada.Continue...

Letter to the Editor: March 16th

Dear Editors,

WUTI$UPWITHTHEWORLD??? (Elon Musk’s 8th child’s name)

Is it just me, or has the world we’ve created for ourselves become even more unusual as of late? One...Continue...

We must be motivated to act during stressful times

People are losing interest in challenging themselves.Continue...

Letter to the Editor: March 9th

Dear Editor,

Are students selfish for desiring normalcy? If they were, ...Continue...

Media coverage shouldn’t make a joke of mental illness

Contrary to what the media would have you believe, there’s nothing funny about someone suffering through a mental health crisis.Continue...

The forced partnership between Queen’s and Athabasca University takes advantage of students

Queen’s encourages students to enrol at Athabasca University to make up credits when completing them at Queen’s is not a timely or viable option.Continue...

Online learning must be more engaging

The challenges of shifting to online learning have been well-documented.Continue...

Queen’s Student Wellness Services needs personalized care

University is a pivotal time for mental healthContinue...

Proper allies are needed to fight anti-Semitism

In 2019, there were 2,207 anti-Semitic incidents in Canada reported in an annual audit conducted by the League for Human Rights.Continue...

Students are being misled about the quality of their education

The average Arts and Science student at Queen’s University will pay roughly $28,000 for their four-year undergraduate degree.Continue...

The Rohingya refugee crisis needs our attention

The Rohingya refugee crisis affects more than 600,000 people by taking lives, tearing families apart, and burning homes to the ground.Continue...

Consumers cannot be blamed for unethical consumption

While leading a clean lifestyle has always been important, it’s now become a popular trend. Unfortunately, not everyone has the means to participate.

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The downward trend in student engagement matters

Student engagement has been trending downward for the last 10 years.

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Stop the bad press about Queen’s students

Being a student in 2020 has come with its fair share of added stresses.Continue...

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