Athletics

Semester Review: How are athletes coping with their pandemic regimens?

There’s little doubt that being prevented from playing your sport of choice—especially at the varsity level—is a bit of a drag.Continue...

At McGill, a case study in scholarships for Indigenous student-athletes

Still in its early years, scholarship presents the first model of its type in CanadaContinue...

Incoming Queen’s cross country recruit to run at UBC

More bad news was dealt to the cross country team at the end of April when top recruit Mackenzie Campbell announced she will run at the University of British Columbia (UBC) next year.Continue...

Cross country coach’s firing says more about Queen’s than his own behaviour

In the middle of Reading Week, Queen’s Athletics hit the front page of The Globe and Mail . Unfortunately, it wasn’t a story about success on the field. The cross country and track coach, Steve Boyd, had been fired.Continue...

Women in national sports deserve better recognition

Publications such as Sports Illustrated have hundreds of staff members.Continue...

Athletics recognize student athlete academic achievements

On Wednesday morning, Queen’s student athletes were honoured for their academic achievements over the past year.Continue...

McGill athletics’ name challenge is long overdue

In the case of McGill University’s Redmen sports teams, the name carries the impact of unadulterated racism—regardless of its intent.Continue...

Richardson stadium to host 2019 U18 Football Canada Cup

The recently revitalized Richardson Stadium will play host to next year’s U18 Football Canada Cup (FCC), Queen’s Athletics announced this past Friday.Continue...

University faces lawsuit over weight machine malfunction

A former Queen’s Law student is seeking $500,000 in damages after a weight machine in the Athletics and Recreation Centre (ARC) malfunctioned, causing serious injuries, according to court documents obtained by The Journal.

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New group seeks to fill need for concussion peer support on campus

Jesse Topley (Bsci) and Lauren Van Patter (PhD) have established a peer support group for students suffering from concussions.Continue...

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