Invisible Injuries

Health

Invisible Injuries

Steph Nanos had to give up sports in high school because of concussions.

Navigate the network

Networking

Navigate the network

About 80 per cent of the jobs found today are found through networking, according to Queen’s Career Services.

Skinhead material resurfaces

city of kingston

Skinhead material resurfaces

Over the past week, flyers promoting the Southern Ontario Skinheads (SOS) have been seen on and around Queen’s campus.

Drinking violation write-ups drop in residence

orientation week

Drinking violation write-ups drop in residence

Write-ups filed by dons in residence for underage drinking, open alcohol and possession of beer bottles during Orientation Week have decreased since 2012.

Masculinity re-defined

gender

Masculinity re-defined

In Emma Watson’s recent speech to the United Nations, she asked men to join in the feminist cause.

The divide

Photo essay

The divide

When crossing from one part of William St. to the other, over Barrie St. — where William becomes disconnected, rather than running in a straight ...

Fifth-year duo guns for playoff run

Athlete Profile

Fifth-year duo guns for playoff run

With their young squad struggling through a winless stretch, Queen’s football has looked to a pair of veterans for leadership.

Tales of troubled youth

book launch

Tales of troubled youth

It’s easy to hold an audience’s attention when the first thing you say involves high-school students joking about hiding the body of someone who’s face ...

Neutrality a necessity

politics

Neutrality a necessity

Canada’s current national anthem doesn’t accurately represent the standards of equity we should strive towards.

Arts


Tales of troubled youth

It’s easy to hold an audience’s attention when the first thing you say involves high-school students joking about hiding the body of someone who’s face has been chewed off by a dog.

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Features


Lecture halls prepare for a face-lift

An instructor stands at the front of an auditorium, lecturing to dozens or hundreds of students. This is the basis of many university courses — but it can be ineffective.

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News


Skinhead material resurfaces

Over the past week, flyers promoting the Southern Ontario Skinheads (SOS) have been seen on and around Queen’s campus.

Posted 6 days

Sports


Fifth-year duo guns for playoff run

With their young squad struggling through a winless stretch, Queen’s football has looked to a pair of veterans for leadership.

Posted 6 days

Opinions


Canadian climate neglected

Climate change was a hot topic in September, with politicians and celebrities alike focusing on issues of sustainability and global protests highlighting a need for action.

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Editorials


Aboriginal communities left behind in development discourse

The term “developed country” shouldn’t imply that countries in the global North have reached a sort of utopia.

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Video


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

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