Opinion

Intersectionality and activism go hand in hand

Feminism has taken up a spot in the forefront of public interest recently due to protests such as the Women’s March and statements made by Donald Trump. But often what I hear is how this prevalence has brought up questions and confusion on how feminism is or isn’t inclusive.Continue...

The five most underrated comedies on TV right now

The other day I was approached by a friend bearing a sad face, hair covered in popcorn and wobbly legs that screamed “inactivity.” I could tell they'd been binge watching.Continue...

Where's Eden?

In the biblical rhetoric often favoured by Republican America, the name Eden denotes a paradise.Continue...

Sustainability is more than a week-long commitment

This week, Queen’s campus celebrated Sustainability Week, a week to promote environmental initiatives on campus.Continue...

If you build it, will they care?

Saturday, September 17 was a day 45 years in the making. Until just under a year ago when work began on the revitalization, Richardson Stadium had been the unchanged home of Gaels athletics since constructed in 1971.Continue...

Wands out over Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Warning, this article contains spoilers.Continue...

A fumbled fandom

The NFL has taken the place of church on Sundays, in terms of numbers and quite possibly in terms of devotion. But, after years dedicating my Sundays to the NFL, I’m questioning my decision for the first time.Continue...

Major decisions, minor worries

Decision-making is tough. That’s a fact of life.Continue...

Blood, sweat and fears

It’s Tuesday evening and my fight is on Saturday.Continue...

Building thoughts

The architecture at Queen’s is a mishmash of shockingly brutalist and older limestone buildings that give Queen’s its straight-from-a-college-movie feel.Continue...

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