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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 closes ARC indefinitely while public health confirms positive cases had used facilities

The University announced on Wednesday that the ARC will be closed indefinitely starting on March 18.Continue...

ARC set to reopen Thursday

With the Kingston region officially transitioning to the green zone on Wednesday, the ARC is beginning a phased reopening starting Thursday.Continue...

What does your day look like? The Canadian 24-hour Movement Guidelines for Adults have some suggestions

“Move more, sit less, sleep well”—this is the mantra of the newly released Canadian 24-hour Movement Guidelines for Adults. The advice is particularly important during the pandemic, when staying healthy has become even more of a priority.Continue...

‘[T]he biggest part is getting to dance’

Queen’s Dance Club (QDC) opened registration for a remote year of classes on Monday.Continue...

It’s not fair to charge students for unusable services when Queen’s can afford to foot the bill

It’s become increasingly clear over the years that universities are starting to resemble corporations more than schools, pursuing large profits at the expense of the student experience. However, while corporations must sell at the market price and require an actual demand from consumers, Queen’s not only gets to set the prices for its services but coerces students into paying them—even when these services aren’t usable.Continue...

SGPS petitions against ARC fee for graduate students

Amidst the pandemic, the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) is advocating for the University to grant refunds to graduate students who request their ARC fee back.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...

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