Administration to pay back red pension funds

finances

Administration to pay back red pension funds

The University has agreed to repay $456 million in deficits accrued from operating the Queen’s Pension Plan (QPP) beginning in 2015 — but any effects ...

Queen’s at war

First World War

Queen’s at war

Two-and-a-half years after Arthur Thorne Darby left Queen’s, a German artillery shell exploded next to him, driving shrapnel into his chest and hip.

Isabel Bader Centre ready to perform

construction

Isabel Bader Centre ready to perform

The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts will open for classes and to the public on Sept. 13 after a five year long period ...

Noise exemption granted

town-gown

Noise exemption granted

The unanimous passage of a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Queen’s at the July 15 city council meeting has received mixed reactions from local residents.

Muck brings nostalgia to Modern Fuel

Gallery review

Muck brings nostalgia to Modern Fuel

Visual artist Martina Muck brought her unique artistic vision and plenty of nostalgia from her native Germany to Kingston’s Modern Fuel Gallery with her installation ...

Ask before you tinker, Facebook

social media

Ask before you tinker, Facebook

Whether or not it was technically legal, Facebook didn’t do good by their users when they conducted a recently released study.

More to Pride than meets the eye

world pride

More to Pride than meets the eye

This June marked a special time for self-identified queer Queen's students and alumni, as Toronto hosted World Pride for the first time.

Kingston and the Islands remains a red riding

election

Kingston and the Islands remains a red riding

After a month and a half of campaigning, Liberal candidate Sophie Kiwala has become the first new MPP for Kingston and the Islands in 19 ...

Men’s league ambitions

Men's rugby

Men’s league ambitions

Jacob Rumball’s tenure with the Ontario Blues has given him a leg up on the competition.

News


Noise exemption granted

The unanimous passage of a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Queen’s at the July 15 city council meeting has received mixed reactions from local residents.

Posted 43 minutes

Features


Queen’s at war

Two-and-a-half years after Arthur Thorne Darby left Queen’s, a German artillery shell exploded next to him, driving shrapnel into his chest and hip.

Posted 43 minutes

Editorials


Ask before you tinker, Facebook

Whether or not it was technically legal, Facebook didn’t do good by their users when they conducted a recently released study.

Posted 2 hours

Opinions


More to Pride than meets the eye

This June marked a special time for self-identified queer Queen's students and alumni, as Toronto hosted World Pride for the first time.

Posted 44 minutes

Arts


Crowds gather for annual spectacle

From magic to music to fire shows and everything in between, Kingston Buskers Festival is an annual event that showcases the talents of individuals and groups from all over the world.

Posted 43 minutes

Sports


New stadium awaits final donations

Stu Lang’s gift was just the first step towards Queen’s new stadium.

Posted 44 minutes

Postscript


Best of Kingston 2013-14

Nearly 100 people responded to the annual Best of Kingston survey, giving you a wide array of Kingston’s finest. Here are the results of our 2013-14 call for the best of the Limestone City.

Posted 16 weeks

Last Words


Last words

Journal Editors in Chief Janina Enrile and Alison Shouldice reflect on volume 141.

Posted 16 weeks

Video


WRL receives word that they won the 2014-15 AMS-Executive election. Queen's Journal 2014

Posted 25 weeks