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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.


Vice-presidential candidates collide in debate

By Jordan Ray, Alison Shouldice and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

The AMS vice-presidential candidates debate saw clashing views between the teams running for AMS executive.

Debate maps out plans

By Catherine Owsik, Savoula Stylianou and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

Last night, candidates for AMS vice-president of university affairs — Mira Dineen of Team JDL, T.K. Pritchard of Team GPP and Sean Renaud of Team RMS — took part in the first AMS election debate of the week.

JDUC a focus for candidates

By Catherine Owsik, Savoula Stylianou and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

The three executive team hopefuls have differing views on what the $1.2 million going towards JDUC renovations should be used for.

Executive candidates talk shop

By Savoula Stylianou, Meaghan Wray and Catherine Owsik, Journal Staff

Features takes a look at the candidates running for next year's AMS executive.

AMS witholds funds from admin

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

The AMS won’t be contributing $25.5 million towards the Queen’s Centre because two phases have been “postponed indefinitely,” says AMS President Morgan Campbell.

Occupy Queen’s movement in the works

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

Occupy Kingston was evicted from their space in Confederation Park last month, but the movement is moving to Queen’s.

Activists stand trial

By Savoula Stylianou and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

The trial for Kingston prison farm protesters began yesterday at the Frontenac County Court House.

Israeli-Palestinian project involves locals

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

An ongoing multimedia project hopes to bring to life the diverse histories of homes in the Jerusalem neighbourhood of Qatamon.

Occupy not over

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

Since it reached Confederation Park on Oct. 15, I’ve continued to frequent Occupy Kingston. At first, I didn’t understand what the occupation was for, or how my life experience fit into the equation.

PhysEd students fundraise to save course

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

Physical Education (PHE) students held a Camp Day fundraiser on Nov. 25 in an attempt to save a half-credit course.