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Risk and control in a tug of war
For the last 10 years, Queen's student leaders have been fighting to maintain control over the country's only peer-to-peer judicial system, while to admin it poses a reputational risk and liability
By Victoria Gibson Emotionally, physically and financially abusive relationships are happening on campus, but how do we document an often-invisible experience?
Unquantifiable
By Journal Staff "It's time to get out!" screams the Reelout Festival. Kingston's own Queer Film Festival sends our reviewers 'reeling'.
Reelout 
Film Festival 
Coverage
By Journal Staff A wave of indie music sweeps over campus with Queen's University QPOP! Music Festival 2016.
By Victoria Gibson and 
Mikayla Wronko A look at an eleven year case between Queen's and one of its professors.

ELEVEN YEARS AFTER BLOWING THE WHISTLE
The 
Hip 
Files By Journal Staff A student band from the eyes of their student newspaper.
2015 - 16
By Jane Willsie A look back through the trends and topics of The Journal's editorial section over the past ten years, highlighting the issues that have shaped the student body.
A Decade 
of Editorials
By Victoria Gibson A year and a half after the Toronto Star revealed a lack of sexual assault protocols at universities across Canada, most of those policies still hang in limbo.
By Nick Pearce While easy to access, study drugs are a serious gamble for the mind and body.

Results not guaranteed:

Study Drugs at Queen's

By Journal Staff With the gates to the festival officially open, the main stage was ready for its first act on Friday night.
WOLFE ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL
2014 - 15
By Laura Russell “When you see in the winter time that there’s a lot of the same winter jackets, or you’re in the library and there’s a sea of MacBooks and iPhones. [It’s] startling that it’s all the same."
By Sebastian Leck "The less people I tell, the less real it is, and I can forget it instead of letting it become a defining aspect of my identity," she said.
SEXUAL ASSAULT AT QUEEN'S
By Journal Staff “Right now a lot of the things that are being listed in [the White Paper] do show that resources could potentially be negatively impacted, meaning the overall student experience.”
THE STATE OF THE UNIVERSITY