When Andrew Ashby went to give a talk on accessibility in Jeffrey Hall last year, he couldn’t enter the lecture hall in his wheelchair.
While Queen’s was founded by pious Scottish Presbyterians, students with religious beliefs today are in a firm minority.
When Madi Trenholm found a broken oven in her new apartment, she thought she would just have to ask her landlord to fix it.
In her first week at Queen’s, Toni Akinwumi was approached by an intoxicated female student who said, “Oh my God, there’s a black chick. Oh ...
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Some students and professors believe that voter turnout in student government elections will never improve.
Posted 7 weeks
When Logan Weaver told her classmates that she had a child, most of them stopped speaking to her.
Posted 8 weeks
From submitting essays in Mackintosh-Corry Hall to co-authoring a best-selling book on Canada’s democracy, Alison Loat has always had a passion for politics.
Posted 8 weeks
Aaron Tang’s favourite part of spending first-year at Herstmonceux Castle was weekend trips to Amsterdam and Paris.
Posted 9 weeks
Stationing blue lights around campus has made them ideal for accessing emergency services — but there are currently no lights off-campus.
Posted 10 weeks
As Kingston’s new mayor has familiarized with his role, town-gown relations have become a pressing issue.
Posted 11 weeks
Despite a Queen’s-wide focus on mental health, the University’s counselling services still lack the infrastructure they need.
Posted 17 weeks