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SIC Publications



Able will share the views and creative works of people with disabilities and physical impairments at Queen's, along with some works from their allies. We will aim to explore the intersection of ability with other issues such as race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality as we examine how our varied bodies and abilities fit into our communities. By bringing together diverse voices of disability at Queen's, we hope to educate and to show solidarity. Be sure to 'like' us on Facebook!

CultureSHOCK! An Anti-racist review


CultureSHOCK! is an anti-racist publication which strives to provide a forum in the Queen’s and Kingston community for artistic expression for those who have been historically and currently marginalized. The publication features prose, art, poetry, and more recently music. Be sure to 'like' us on Facebook!

OutWrite: A Queer Review


Outwrite: A Queer Review is a publication put out once a year that was created to give queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transidentifed and allied members of the Queen’s and Kingston community a creative outlet and to voice their opinions and experiences. By providing a safe space for individuals to express what it means to be who they are, it works to help educate those who have little knowledge of queer issues while fostering acceptance and understanding through creativity. Be sure to 'like' us on Facebook!

Queen’s Feminist Review (QFR)


The Queen’s Feminist Review committee seeks to explore feminist issues through academic, artistic and active mediums in the Queen’s and Kingston community.  By representing and discussing diverse aspects of feminisms, we hope to inspire dialogue and action in our community. We share a common goal with the SIC committees to fight oppression in its various forms. Be sure to 'like' us on Facebook!



The primary role of Heads Up is to provide assurance to Queen’s students suffering from mental illnesses that they are not alone in their struggle, as well as broadening the school population’s understanding of what mental illness is, and that it can affect any, and all of us. The main objective of the publication is to open up a dialogue about mental illness thereby deconstructing the stigma associated with it. Be sure to 'like' us on Facebook!