winter

City should reprioritize snow removal

Foot traffic must be accounted for in local snow removal efforts this year.Continue...

A season on the ice

In below-freezing temperatures, Lake Ontario is silent except for the sounds of wind and blades.Continue...

The Journal’s winter 2020 playlist

I tried to make this season’s playlist applicable to everyone—I really did. But if you were to take a look at my Spotify history this winter, you’d see that I’ve just been listening to the same three lo-fi acoustic indie albums on repeat while lying in bed and waiting for spring.Continue...

The ultimate survival guide to snowy winters

Growing up in Northern Ontario and exercising in crazy weather has taught me a thing or two about handling cold, snowy winters.Continue...

Four TV shows to hunker down with this winter

Winter is here: the seemingly endless season that wraps every Canadian in a cold blanket of darkness.Continue...

Queen’s inclement weather policy risks leaving students out in the cold

As the winter semester approaches, it’s important to ensure universities consider student safety in situations where inclement weather makes it difficult to get to class.Continue...

Winter Coat Drive in need of more donations

Winter clothing is essential to students’ success this time of the year, and Queen’s Winter Coat Exchange (QWCE) knows that all too well.Continue...

Keeping your calendar full this February

Whether you’re the type of person who thinks of every way to avoid facing the cold or one who lives for snowy days, there are endless possibilities of activities you can do in Kingston this February.Continue...

In the deep mid-winter, the Agnes froze over

There’s something cold about the Agnes Etherington Art Centre this winter, and it doesn’t have to do with the chilly weather outside.Continue...

Winter poetry contest

As the snow began to fall, The Journal sent out a winter and holiday-themed poetry casting call. Our favourites from the contest are featured below.Continue...

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