Last words from Editors in Chief Jake Edmiston and Clare Clancy
An interview with the Arkells ahead of their sold-out show
An off-campus attack on a Queen’s Bands member was reported to Campus Security last week.
Kingston Police added 10 extra officers on Saturday night in anticipation of an Aberdeen Street party, but no revelers showed up.
The Take Back the Night march on Sept. 22 featured the “Don’t Be That Guy” campaign, with signs that read “Just because she’s drunk doesn’t mean she wants to f**k.” The new campaign switched the focus from victims of sexual ...
Since January, our banner has stated that the Queen’s Journal is Canada’s oldest student newspaper in our print and online editions. It turns out we’re not.
Ongoing labour disputes were cited as limitations to Woolf’s year plan throughout a letter sent to William (Bill) Young who chairs the Board of Trustees.
The Journal takes a look at how Frosh Week has changed over the past century.
A new University policy means alcohol won’t be allowed into residences during Frosh Week, even if the residents are of legal age.