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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...

Investigating the unpaid labour behind club leadership

There are roughly 300 clubs here at Queen’s, each of them run by presidents, executives, directors, or other leaders of varying titles.

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A vote for political engagement

Though it can be mentally draining trying to stay politically engaged these days, evidence of the rewards of community engagement on all levels is everywhere we look—most obviously in the U.S. with the recent midterm elections.Continue...

Summer in Kingston is a must

A Kingston summer is unforgettable.Continue...

Reconnecting with queer history makes our communities stronger

If there’s one thing that studying history makes abundantly clear about our world, it’s that everything must come from somewhere.Continue...

Go to the Farmer's Market

When you’re shopping at a supermarket, the cashier probably won't know how long it took to grow the carrots you're buying or what kind of recipes you can make with bok choy.Continue...

SGPS organizes orientation activities for graduate and professional students

If you had a time machine and could take a one-way trip to any point in the future or in history, where would you go?Continue...

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