Archive: 2020

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...

10 Ways to Eat a Baguette

Journal staffers try recipes from one of our most-read articles from the...Continue...

Queen's Curling In Action

The Journal caught up with the Queen's Curling Team to see how they're...Continue...

Student walkout for Wet'suwet'en

On March 4, students across Canada walked out of classes to stand in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people. Hundreds of students gathered at University Ave. and Union St. to voice their support...Continue...

Student walkout for Wet'suwet'en

On March 4, students across Canada walked out of classes to stand in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people. Hundreds of students gathered at University Ave. and Union St. to voice their support...Continue...

Hundreds gather at Kingston train tracks to protest Coastal GasLink pipeline

 

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the train tracks outside of Kingston’s VIA Rail station on Sunday to protest the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline that is set to run through Wet’...Continue...

The Journal Reviews Tinder Bios

In honour of Valentine's Day, The Journal staff reviewed their coworkers' Tinder bios.Continue...

The Journal Reviews Tinder Bios

The Journal staff reviews their coworkers Tinder BioContinue...

60 Seconds with Team AJA

The Journal sat down with AMS executive hopefuls Jared Den Otter, Alexia Henriques and Alex Samoyloff to chat about their campaign platform and plans for 2020-21.Continue...

2020 Student Elections, Explained

Get up to speed with the 2020 student elections at Queen's University. The Journal breaks down what's happening in the month of January, from AMS to Rector elections.Continue...

Journal Sessions: Season V

Season V is a newly-formed Kingston-based indie pop band. The six Chinese international students met while attending Queen’s University, and bonded over their common love for creating music. In...Continue...