Reading

Moving words from Kingston’s creatives

Poetry is a great way to provide social commentary and express creativity, and it often acts as a therapeutic outlet.Continue...

Revisit fall reading week

Queen’s should reconsider implementing a fall reading week. In a 2007 AMS plebiscite question, the student body voted against a second reading week. The climate on campus has since changed, and with an almost entirely new student population, it’s worth asking the question again.Continue...

4 LGBTQ+ reads to pick up this June

Pride Month is here, and it’s the perfect time to infuse your summer reading with a little colour. Here are some of my favourite LGBTQ+ reads—plus one on my to-be-read list—that you should pick up this month.Continue...

Falling back in love with reading

When I was a kid, I always had a book on the go.Continue...

Elizabeth Greene is a champion for women writers

Ever since 1969, Elizabeth Greene has been amplifying women’s voices in literature.Continue...

U of T professor prioritizes likes over learning

Students are busy enough with their school agendas—they shouldn’t be left searching for hidden personal agendas in their assigned readings.Continue...

How schools leave leisure reading by the wayside

Educators need to find more effective ways of encouraging literacy and independent reading among students.Continue...

Seven books to read this fall

The leaves are changing, the weather is cooling down and its finally starting to feel like autumn. With the change in weather comes cozy sweaters, hot cups of tea and the perfect excuse to get lost in a good book in between your studies. Here’s a list of the best books to cozy up with this fall.Continue...

The problem with Hillary Clinton’s What Happened

There’s no doubt that for the majority of the United States, the wounds left by Donald Trump becoming President have been hard to heal.Continue...

Short reads for breaks between readings

Every reader in university knows the disappointment of putting off pleasure reading because of their schedule.Continue...

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