Editorial

‘Single’ doesn’t mean ‘waiting for a relationship’

The value of a young woman’s accomplishments is too easily overshadowed by the concept of an empty space that only a significant other can fill.Continue...

Undergrads need future guidance too

We don’t have to wait until the last possible opportunity to cut down on students’ stress about the future.Continue...

Preserving Indigenous languages works from the ground up

Trying to preserve Indigenous languages by starting at the university level is jumping several steps ahead of the starting line.Continue...

You can’t quantify personality

Grading a test is a lot easier than grading someone’s personality.Continue...

The Queen’s experience works against off-campus students

Living at home during my time at university, I’ve become accustomed to friends forgetting that it takes me 40 minutes by bus to get to campus. Meeting up with classmates for a group project has to be scheduled into my day because of the large amount of time needed to travel to campus.Continue...

Horror movie causes 'Split' between expectations and reality

The association between mental illness and the horror genre represented in the newly-released Split is distortive of reality — and not in the way it’s intended.Continue...

Electoral reform could help increase the student political voice

On Feb 1, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that his government was scrapping all plans for electoral reform. As students, electoral reform would’ve been a step towards increasing our political representation.Continue...

Is hope such a strange word to use for the future of journalism?

Freely consuming news through social media is threatening print and electronic journalism. But the solution may not be in preserving journalism the way we know it — but in shifting it to change with the world.Continue...

Next step for Queen’s response to US immigrant ban: more than just words

Canadian universities have the power to be safe havens for vulnerable communities and positive values — so far, Queen’s is wielding this power well.Continue...

Students with special needs need more thoughtful aid

When it comes to finding the best ways to accommodate marginalized students, students with special needs can often be left out of the conversation.Continue...

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