Student athletes' training regimens rise above pandemic

While many may have loosened their workout regimens due to COVID-19, the same doesn’t go for varsity athletes. With access to athletic facilities put on hold, The Journal reached out to Gaels to get a sense of how they’re maintaining peak performance amidst a pandemic.


A century after Spanish Flu, Queen's grapples with a new pandemic

On March 16, when Principal Patrick Deane ordered undergraduate classes suspended, it was the first time in more than 100 years Queen’s ceased academic operations because of a public health crisis, and only the second time in the University’s history.