Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: October 10th

Dear Editor, I am typically not one to discuss politics and I am not a card carrying member of any party, but I am motivated by the ongoing effects of climate change and young voters who demonstrated remarkable leadership and a clear vision of what they want during the climate strike from the elected officials after the upcoming election.Continue...

Letter to the Editor: Jan. 11

Dear Opinions Editor,

As a master’s student in English, I cannot concur more with Alexandra Mantella’s excellent column on the value of studying older literature. While I certainly believe...Continue...

Letter to the Editor: October 24

Another homecoming to make us proud: students vomiting in the streets and in the ambulance, clogging up the hospital with their alcohol-poisoned friends.Continue...

Letter to the Editors: May 29

In response to "Extending library hours extends expectations"Continue...

Letter to the Editor: February 26

Good Grief Queen’s Regarding the article “Aboriginal courses are relevant to students, so make them a priority” (January 8).Continue...

Letter to the editor: February 11

Re: Student fee policy leaves StuCons hangingContinue...

Letter to the editor: February 2

In the Jan. 22 article titled, “Strong isn’t the new skinny,” Kate Meagher discussed the shift in social media’s celebration of seemingly rake-thin Victoria Secret models toward strong and healthy women — a shift propelled by the hashtag #fitspiration, and a shift Meagher deemed a façade, as many photos still illustrate the same aforementioned skinny models, who’ve simply traded in their lingerie for a sports bra.Continue...

Letter to the Editor: November 20

Re: In her shoes

Dear Journal editing staff,

While I appreciate the inclusion of stories about the experiences of sexual harassment on and around campus, I was...Continue...

Letter to the editor: November 13

Re: Student self-government at risk

One of the things I’ve always respected and enjoyed most about Queen’s is its tradition of student leadership, in everything from...Continue...

Letter to the editor: Diversity at Queen's — A Contrarian's Experience

After reading Vishmayaa Jeyamoorthy’s article in the Oct. 16th issue of The Queen’s Journal, I felt I should share my rather different experience as “A brown face in a white place” (the title of Jeyamoorthy’s article), albeit as a faculty member at Queen's.Continue...

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