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CrossFit challenged

CrossFit Queen’s is searching for a permanent home.Continue...

End of an era for men's volleyball

For Joren Zeeman, there’s no solace in a fourth-place finish. The men’s volleyball team is trying to come to terms with the outcome of last weekend’s CIS championship at the ARC — an event the Gaels had been anticipating for five years.Continue...

The somber side of sports

Countless Gaels athletes have been sent for rehab at the ARC after major injuries cut their seasons short.Continue...

Queen’s varsity teams and clubs get gradual green light to begin training

Queen’s teams can expect to hit the ground running next Monday.Continue...

A look inside a new COVID-19 ready ARC

When students step into the ARC on Tuesday, they’ll be looking at a transformed building.Continue...

Athletics releases guidelines for students on ARC reopening

The long-awaited phased reopening of the ARC is just around the corner.Continue...

ARC to begin gradual reopening in the fall

Things have been looking up since Queen’s opened limited outdoor facilities May 22. But now, a sign of true normalcy may be on the horizon.Continue...

The Uno boys

One night in early January, three Queen’s students were at Kame Sushi and Bento on Division St. eating ramen when, they tell The Journal , they realized they hadn’t done anything whack in a while.

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Sports in Brief: month of May

Junior Gaels program creates positive change; ARC gym under renovation for the upcoming school year; Richardson Stadium to play host to national football tournamentsContinue...

How to keep your fitness resolutions at Queen’s

One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions for students is exercise—and it can make January daunting for ARC first-timers and regulars, who can intimidate or irritate each other.Continue...

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