Meaghan Wray

Meaghan is the Arts Editor for volume 141. She is a fourth-year Global Development major and while originally wanted to pursue a career in international journalism, she has quickly realized writing about art is cooler. Her nails must always be painted. Follow her Twitter @swamp_child.


A haunting shock of colour

By Meaghan Wray, Arts Editor

Unlike the artist’s surname, his exhibit Critical Mass is anything but gloomy.

The importance of space

By Meaghan Wray, Arts Editor

For some, a production stops when the red curtain closes. For Aimee Bouchard, co-founder and managing director of Colliding Scopes, no such curtain exists.

The sounds of the Wolfe: Day Two

By Meaghan Wray, Arts Editor

It was noon on Aug. 10 when we made our way towards the ferry dock, where people were already lined up. Festival-goers munched on late Tim Horton’s breakfasts and basked (or, like me, baked) in the sun, discussing their excitement ...

The sounds of the Wolfe: Day One

By Meaghan Wray, Arts Editor

A mix of veteran attendees, past Island dwellers and acts from years ago congregated this weekend at the Wolfe Island Music Festival (WIMF), bringing the sleepy community of Marysville to life.

A testament to talent

By Kate Shao and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

What began as a dock party 14 years ago has now become one of the top Canadian music festivals.

Singing themselves sick

By Meaghan Wray, Arts Editor

Sometimes, it’s okay to judge an album by its cover. The Walkmen’s newest album Heaven is one of those cases.

Tragedy meets trajectory

By Meaghan Wray, Arts Editor

It takes a certain type of person to make a serious head injury positive. Jon Davis, a Montreal-based singer-songwriter and artist, did just that.

Sound of skeletons

By Janina Enrile, Vincent Ben Matak, Kate Shao and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

Though it’s a chronological precursor to another Kingston music festival, Skeleton Park Music Festival gains recognition all on its own.

There’s stigma around the word stigma’

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

The Journal looks at what's been done about mental health on campus in the past year.

Terrorism not biggest threat

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

Canada’s critical infrastructure isn’t adequately safeguarded against terrorism and other threats, a Queen’s-affiliated study suggests.