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The Journal Founded in 1873, the Queen's Journal​ is a completely student-run newspaper that publishes 40 issues each year.

Queen's Gazette

Through the Gazette newspaper and website, Queen's Communications profiles the research, activities, and accomplishments of Queen's students, faculty, and staff to internal and external audiences.

Queen's Alumni Review Established in 1927, Queen's Alumni Review ​is the magazine of the Queen's University Alumni Association.

Queen's TV  Established in 1980, Queen’s TV is one of the oldest student television services in Canada. It offers a wide variety of regular programming - sports, campus news, music, etc. Watch new episodes Monday through Friday at queenstv.org, or on TVCogeco 13 Wednesdays at 9 pm.
CFRC 101.9 FM

Broadcasting since 1922, CFRC is the longest running campus-based broadcaster in Canada and Kingston’s only campus-community radio station. This not-for-profit, volunteer-powered organization offers diverse music and spoken word programming 24/7 - over the air at 101.9FM in the Kingston area and worldwide online. Also provides free broadcast skills training and experience to members of the community.

Juris-Diction Juris Diction is the student-run online newspaper of Queen’s Law that was launched in October 2014 as a platform to foster dialogue between current and prospective students, staff, faculty, alumni, and members of the wider legal community. The group also hosts events through the year in order to facilitate creative discussion outside of the classroom.

Other publications include...