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Ops or bust

From covering news for the Journal last year to being this volume’s Opinions Editor, I’ve had the opportunity to meet a lot of students on this campus.Continue...

“Townie” discourse creates barriers

The lack of involvement on the part of Queen’s students in the Kingston community is a constant source of grief for both demographics within the city.Continue...

Drumming to unity

His eyes were closed, his hands beating his drum. Julian Gregory, the organizer of Kingston’s weekly drum circle, was immersed in
the music.Continue...

Radio reaches out to Kingston prisoners

Friends and family connect with loved ones behind bars during CFRC's Calls From Home special holiday broadcast.Continue...

COVID-19 policy update

On Sept. 13, Queen’s released the Continuity of Education Plan which details the university’s emergency protocols, information on continuity of education in the event of a disruption to in-person teaching and learning and links to relevant resources.Continue...

Taking care of our homeless neighbours starts with us

The Kingston community—students, the Queen’s administration, and the City itself—have a responsibility to take care of its homeless neighbours.Continue...

What's new with Blue Canoe?

Community theatre can be challenging at times, but Blue Canoe’s general manager says that the outcome is well worth it.Continue...

Climate action leaves behind the most vulnerable

At the intersection of race and poverty, you’ll find the marginalized communities who are affected most by the climate’s rapid changes.Continue...

#WhyIDidntReport reveals the power of modern storytelling

As #WhyIDidntReport reveals the harrowing reality of reporting sexual abuse, the movement also demonstrates the power of modern storytelling.Continue...

Second annual wheelchair basketball tournament

This past Sunday saw the second rendition of Ball 4 a Cause take place at the ARC, a wheelchair basketball tournament organized by ASUS club Friends For Inclusion (F4I).Continue...

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