If you’re going to advertorialize, do it right

journalism

If you’re going to advertorialize, do it right

Last summer, the Globe and Mail sought to join the ranks of newspapers that have turned to advertorials for funding.

On the rebound

Athlete profile

On the rebound

As Gemma Bullard’s head hit the floor during a pre-season game in October, she knew she’d suffered another serious injury.

Student entrepreneur to speak at TEDx

Technology

Student entrepreneur to speak at TEDx

When Afraj Gill emigrated from India in 2000, he never thought he’d write for The Globe and Maill while in university.

Internships: friend or foe?

internships

Internships: friend or foe?

Three contributors discuss ArtSci degrees and Queen’s career services

Talking contemporary

modern fuel

Talking contemporary

Conceptual artists Marilou Lemmens and Richard Ibghy presented their contemporary theoretical artwork at Modern Fuel Gallery’s new space in the Tett Centre on Wednesday.

AMS to seek $12.50 festival fee

AMS

AMS to seek $12.50 festival fee

The AMS is asking for a $12.50 mandatory student fee to help cover the costs of next year’s ReUnion Street Festival, intended to become an ...

Bounceback campaign

Athlete Profile

Bounceback campaign

When Sukhpreet Singh started feeling pain in his hip before last season, he assumed it was just wear and tear.

It’s not enough to get angry

Story

It’s not enough to get angry

Characterizing university students as apathetic is so ubiquitous that it’s become deeply clichéd.

In the Andes, new evidence of climate change

Research

In the Andes, new evidence of climate change

Queen’s scientists published a study earlier this month that shows new evidence of climate change in tropical Andean lakes.

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A passion for storytelling

With an audience immersed in the words of ardent story-tellers, “passion” was a fitting theme at this year’s fourth Viva Voce.

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Students campaign against voter apathy

Some students and professors believe that voter turnout in student government elections will never improve.

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AMS to seek $12.50 festival fee

The AMS is asking for a $12.50 mandatory student fee to help cover the costs of next year’s ReUnion Street Festival, intended to become an annual event.

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As Gemma Bullard’s head hit the floor during a pre-season game in October, she knew she’d suffered another serious injury.

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Internships: friend or foe?

Three contributors discuss ArtSci degrees and Queen’s career services

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If you’re going to advertorialize, do it right

Last summer, the Globe and Mail sought to join the ranks of newspapers that have turned to advertorials for funding.

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For the third year in the row, Queen's men's rugby claimed provincial supremacy on Nixon Field. Video: Arwin ...

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