Athletics

Campus Catch-Up: post-exam news

Queen’s retrofits for sustainability; Kingston Green candidate Robert Kiley named deputy party leader; OUSA releases joint report on campus sexual violence; new athletics space announced in IWC; research institute to be headquartered at Queen’sContinue...

The risks and rewards of being a varsity athlete

Being a varsity athlete at a Canadian university often comes with a lifestyle filled with sacrifice.Continue...

Sports are losing their humanity

Sports will always be competitive at their core, but often its spiritual aspect is overlooked.Continue...

All the right moves

What is your “signature move” and how would you describe it?Continue...

Athletic scholarships make sense across the border, not here

Adding sports scholarships doesn’t guarantee our athletes will stay, and it may spark a cultural shift we’ll regret.Continue...

Banner Night for club teams

On Tuesday night, members of Gaels varsity clubs gathered to celebrate excellence in athletics at the 80th annual Club Colour Awards Banquet. The ceremony honours Queen’s top athletes from the school...Continue...

Preview: Men's Volleyball vs. York

Queen's will play York in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday, Feb. 27 at the ARC Main Gym. The Journal visited a men's volleyball practice this week to talk to the players and their coach...Continue...

Strong isn’t the new skinny

If you want to believe the Instagram posts, it’s finally hot for girls to be athletic. It’s sexy to squat. It’s hip to be fit. Except it isn’t.Continue...

Head injuries an issue

We owe it to student athletes to look out for their health, and battling concussions is a step in the right direction.Continue...

Turf move right call for Richardson

When the new Richardson Stadium opens in the fall of 2016, more than just its structure will change.Continue...

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