Culture

I’m not your racism meter

I know that as a student at Queen’s — a school with a diversity problem — there’d be a risk of facing racism. What I didn’t expect was to be turned into everyone’s token person of colour (POC) friend that they could use as a point of reference.Continue...

A brown face in a white place

Being a woman of colour in a primarily white school like Queen’s is incredibly daunting.Continue...

The Netflix & chill phenomenon

Back in 2012, when “Gangnam Style” was dominating the Top 40 charts and I was beginning my first year at Queen’s, Netflix became a way for me to escape the dreariness of my day-to-day school life and avoid yet another night out at Stages.Continue...

Sacred Aboriginal tradition

The Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre offers emotional and cultural support for Indigenous students through hand drumming circles.Continue...

Music making for social justice

Think music rooted in social justice.Continue...

Reclaiming significance

She was singing on her own long before she made a career of it.Continue...

Culture clash over kid’s care

Two Winnipeg foster parents will soon learn whether or not they can continue caring for the child who has been with them for two yearsContinue...

Exchange Diaries: Settling in for the semester

Chloe Grande is in France on exchange for the upcoming year. She will be sharing her experience as a regular contributor for QJBlogs.

My anxiety levels hit a new high the day I...Continue...

Food culture on campus part two: Queen’s Hillel Shabbat dinner

By Carolyn Flanagan
Assistant Blogs Editor

Four times a semester, Queen’s Hillel hosts a traditional Shabbat Dinner at the Hillel House, located at 124 Centre St.

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