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COVID-19 at Queen's, one year later

Just over a year ago, Queen's closed its doors indefinitely due to the COVID-
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Journal Artist Profile: Francisco Corbett

The Journal sits down with local artist Francisco Corbett in his studio to talk about life as a full-time artist in Kingston and his message for Queen's students looking to pursue art....Continue...

Journal Sessions: Danielle Hope

Danielle Hope Edwards, ConEd '23, sings with stripped down lyrics and the
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Team RTZ elected next AMS Executive

In the first contested election in three years, Team RTZ won the AMS Executive election with a total voter turnout of 18.2 per cent.

 

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How to vote in AMS Elections

With the campaign period hitting its final days, AMS voting is just a handful of days away. Follow along as Assistant News Editor Julia Harmsworth runs through the process of voting, step by step...Continue...

60 Seconds with Teams RTZ and TIA

The Journal sat down with AMS executive hopefuls Ryan Sieg, Zaid Kasim, and Tiana Wong of Team RTZ and Tabassum Pasha, Isaac Sahota, and Amelia Cockerham of Team TIA to chat about their...Continue...

Journal Sessions: Sam Kaiser

Sam Kaiser, ArtSci '22, is a singer/songwriter whose warm acoustics and vivid
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How to run in AMS elections

Each winter, Queen's student body elects its AMS Executive. For the past...Continue...

The Scramble: an interview with David Suzuki

In an interview with The Journal, David Suzuki sits down with Arts Editor Nathan Gallagher to talk about his new film, Rebellion.

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Queen's University Muslim Student Association Charity Week Recap

The Journal speaks with members of the QUMSA about its charity week, which took place online this year.

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Journal Sessions: Billie the Kid

Billie the Kid is a K’ai Taile Dené and Nehiyaw spoken word poet and storyteller. Originally from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, she currently resides in Kingston, Ontario, the traditional...Continue...

The Journal takes a haunted tour around Queen's

With Halloween around the corner, The Haunted Walk of Kingston takes The Journal on a tour of Queen's campus' spooky locations.

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The Scramble: A First Year's Perspective on Managing COVID-19 in Residence

Journal staff Claudia Rupnik and Carolyn Svonkin discuss Queen's residences and how they're handling COVID-19, later bringing on a first-year student to chat about their experience so far.

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The Journal visits the Wolfe Island windmills

For the Climate Crisis issue, The Journal heads across the Lake to learn more about the Wolfe Island windmills. Learn about the modern energy sources, and hear the perspective of Grant Pyke, a...Continue...

The Scramble: Frosh Ask, Upper-Years Tell

In this week's episode of The Scramble, The Journal's Matt Scace, Aysha Tabassum, Jodie Grieve, and Daniel Green answer questions submitted by Queen's first-years on social media.Continue...

Navigating the new normal at the ARC

Have you visited the ARC yet this month? Take a first look and learn more about the COVID-19 safety measures.Continue...

Staff Picks: Favourite Summer Stories

Take a tour around the Journal house as we ask our editors what their favourite QJ stories of the summer are.Continue...

Behind the Feed: QBAS Utilizes Social Media to Call Clubs to Action

The Queen’s Black Academic Society sparked conversation and action among Queen’s clubs and student groups when they posted a call to action on their social media platforms May 31st. By June 8th,...Continue...

A COVID-19 Conversation: Queen's Medical Student Volunteers

As campus closed and classes moved online during the COVID-19 pandemic, Queen's Medical students got to work volunteering in our communities. The Journal interviews student leaders in...Continue...

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