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Fine Arts students protest at Summerhill

BFA students to present motion at Board of Trustees tonightContinue...

Season Preview: Men’s and Women’s Rugby

After missing an entire season of formal competition, the Queen’s Men’s and Women’s Rugby teams are eager to resume and repeat their dominant performances of the past.Continue...

Jaden Lindo hired by the Pittsburgh Penguins as manager of Community Hockey Program

Jaden Lindo’s impact on the game of hockey has transcended varsity sports and reached the National Hockey League.Continue...

Inaugural winner of McCall MacBain Scholarship talks academic and diversity goals

This year, McGill’s inaugural McCall MacBain Scholarship was awarded to 20 students nationally. Queen’s University’s Nicole Osayandè, CompSci ’21, was among the recipients.Continue...

Student responds to COVID-19 restrictions in letter addressed to University, Kingston Mayor

Amidst the new COVID-19 regulations implemented by the City of Kingston, Reily Morrison, ArtSci ’21, wrote a call-for-action letter addressed to the University, Kingston’s Public Health Unit, Mayor Bryan Paterson, and Kingston and the Islands MP Mark Gerretsen to express her frustration.Continue...

Bears and Gaels: Making sense of Queen’s symbolism

Queen’s symbolism can be downright confusing. Many students end up graduating without ever finding out what a Gael is, and much less what its teddy bear mascot, Boo Hoo, has to do with anything...Continue...

Queen’s must revaluate its relationship with the police

Queen’s University must begin distancing itself from systems of policing.Continue...

Racism is as deadly as the pandemic. Queen’s Student Code of Conduct should reflect that.

The University is using the Student Code of Conduct to punish off-campus public health violations , claiming it applies because they threaten university operations. Yet this so-called loophole hasn’t been used to address off-campus acts of racism—a notable double standard that shows Queen’s administration cares more about public image than student safety.Continue...

Bursting and leaving the commerce bubble

Around this time three years ago, I was anxiously awaiting my acceptance to Queen’s Commerce. At the time, I had already been accepted to every other university I applied to, and I was terrified of being rejected—despite my 96 per cent average and wealth of extracurriculars.Continue...

Women deserve to run without fear

If there’s one thing to know about me, it’s that I’m an avid distance runner—a slow but steady tortoise on the move. My evening runs are the few moments of peace and silence squeezed in between busy days of virtual meetings.Continue...

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