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Queen’s needs to keep students informed about COVID-19

University students and staff deserve better than the vague instructions, lack of clear communication, and confusing bureaucracy that came from Queen’s in December, when the abrupt switch to...Continue...

Alleged racially motivated incident demonstrates reality faced by students of colour in Kingston

Two racialized graduate students at Queen’s say they were targeted by a driver who almost ran them over when they were crossing the road at an intersection on Jan. 6. The women later told The Kingstonist the driver didn’t show any signs of remorse or guilt before driving off, and they believe he deliberately sped up to attack them.Continue...

Gyms should be considered an essential service

Gyms should remain open during COVID-19 lockdowns.Continue...

The 2022 Golden Globes will be the future of award shows if they don’t change for the better

Jan. 9 marked one of the most anticlimactic happenings in recent Hollywood history: the 79th Golden Globes Awards.Continue...

Tara Henley’s comments about the CBC exemplify how not to criticize journalism

To maintain the integrity and accountability of Canadian journalism, criticism of media outlets is a must. Tara Henley’s accusations towards the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), however, are proof that not all criticism is productive.Continue...

Love triangles in film are unnecessary and unhealthy—change my mind

I’ve never understood the excitement around love triangles in film. Although the hype of cheering for Team Gale or Team Peeta can be contagious, it overshadows the unhealthy message sent to real-life couples.Continue...