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Two for three

With no more than two games left in their time at Queen’s, several men’s rugby veterans are itching for one last championship.Continue...

Veterans gun for title run

The Gaels women’s rugby team is one win away from heading to CIS nationals for the third time in four seasons.Continue...

Q&As with the Kingston and the Islands candidates

Before the upcoming federal election, The Journal sat down with the five candidates vying for a seat in parliament representing Kingston and the Islands. Candidates were asked questions on topics including the environment, affordability, Indigenous issues and campus sexual violence.Continue...

Q&A: Ontario Liberal leadership candidates talk student issues

The Journal spoke with four candidates for the leadership of the Ontario Liberal Party to ask about OSAP, the Student Choice Initiative, advocacy for low-income students, and sexual violence on campus. Here’s what the leadership hopefuls said:Continue...

Men, we answered your questions about periods

We all know about Aunt Flo. You know, the Crimson Wave; Shark Week. That thing half the population gets, but remains a mystery to the rest.Continue...

Queen’s prof nominated for national Governor General’s Literary Award

Armand Ruffo, Queen’s professor and author of Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird, is one of five Canadian writers nominated for this year’s Governor General’s Literary Award for non-fiction.Continue...

A universal chaplain

As a chaplain, Yasin Dwyer’s career has been unique — working with everyone from radicalized inmates to students at Queen’s.Continue...

Steady hand at the helm

Men’s volleyball head coach Brenda Willis has seen a lot since taking the helm back in 1987.Continue...

Time of the season

Men’s hockey is looking to turn their fortunes around from a history of post-season heartbreak.Continue...

Porn talks

Professor Tzachi Zamir lectured about pornography and acting.Continue...

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