The Journal

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...

AMS Annual General Meeting discusses future of services

At the AMS Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Mar. 11 in Wallace Hall, Society President Miguel Martinez spoke to Assembly about the state of the AMS and shared his hopes for where it will go next.Continue...

Volume 146 Journal Editors-in-Chief elected

On Feb. 8, Nick Pearce and Sebastian Bron were elected the next Editors-in-Chief of The Journal, Volume 146. After an uncontested election period, the team secured the vote of confidence by a margin of 33 to three. The vote saw a 66.7 per cent electorate turnout.Continue...

Talking Heads: What will you miss most about working for The Journal?

“Flirting with my coworkers.” Ghazal Baradari-Ghiami, Vol 144 Video Editor

“Living across the street.” Blake Canning, Vol 144 Assistant News Editor

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Talking heads: What was the best part of working for The Journal?

What was the best part of working for The Journal?Continue...

Letter to the editor: January 29

An Open Letter to The Queen’s Journal: We are writing to you as Queen’s students and supporters of the important work of The Queen’s Journal. We are also writing as law students and members of the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS).Continue...

Talking Heads: Who do you think stole the Journal sign?

“Frosh wanting house decor.” Emily Jones, ArtSci ’14

“Any Queen’s student.” Taha Khandwala, ArtSci ’16

“Maybe someone drunk?” Alanna Snoddon, Nurs ’17...Continue...

Eds, out

Though the Editorials page acts as the voice of the Journal as a publication, it can’t represent all of its employees at once.Continue...