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Queen’s should listen to its student protestors about the climate crisis

Every year, Queen’s boasts about its sustainability efforts, from selling reusable straws to offering electric vehicle charging stations. But when it really counts, the school falls silent.Continue...

Campus news outlets face uncertain futures without mandatory fees

Without student newspapers, student activities, and accomplishments would go largely unrecognized. And yet, those very same publications won’t be able to operate for much longer without support from the communities they work so diligently to serve.Continue...

Queen’s should supplement food bank funding loss

Under Premier Doug Ford’s Student Choice Initiative (SCI), health and counselling remain an essential category for student fees. But a failure to mandate student fees for the campus food bank equates a failure to recognize food security as a critical component of health.Continue...

University should have more beef with serving red meat

Queen’s University can’t completely support environmental sustainability until they address what they put on student plates.Continue...

Queen’s unchecked sexual violence culture only spreads

When it comes to combatting sexual violence and harassment on campus, Queen’s is lagging.Continue...

Homecoming changes mean safer students (and horses)

Ontario University Athletics’ (OUA) recent restructuring of Homecoming football games will cut down on horses slapped and cars flipped without diminishing Queen’s students’ love of the alumni-centred festivities.Continue...

Queen’s equity work is far from over

When individuals work toward a post-secondary education, they engage in a form of privilege—whether it be financial or intellectual.Continue...

Team AJW’s enthusiasm covers its blind spots

When students demand transparency and accountability from their government, sincerity and a vision go a long way.

In a 17-0 vote with two abstentions, The Journal Editorial Board...Continue...

Student Choice Initiative casts doubt on the future of a free student press

Services like campus newspapers provide practical employment opportunities, but they also give students a voice and hold our leaders accountable.Continue...

Toxic masculinity training helps university campuses

Toxic masculinity is more than a buzzword—it’s pervasive across campuses and student organizations every day.Continue...

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