March 28, 2017

Lifestyle

Swimming in sweat

Squats, weights, conditioning, diligence, and dedication, repeat.Continue...

Have your cookie and eat it too

I’m all for treating yourself, especially when exam season is about to roll around.Continue...

A tale as old as time, not quite retold

There’s no disputing that Disney’s 2017 live action Beauty and the Beast is beautifully crafted. The costumes, sets, music and cinematography are so detailed, it’s sometimes difficult to know where to look.Continue...

The Best Netflix Shows to Binge-Watch Based on Your Workload

Binge-watching is one of the greatest joys that life has to offer, however, if you feel you’re floundering to fit in some much-needed TV-time on top of all your homework, or if you have more time than you know what to do with, don’t fear.Continue...

Dating Apps: “How do I send out the right signals?”

“Dear S&M, how do I actually meet a nice boy to date on dating apps like tinder or bumble? Everyone I match with seems to only have a one-time hookup on their mind, but I’m not that kind of girl! Am I giving off the wrong signal or something?” —You’ve got mailContinue...

Coffee in the Northside

High ceilings, lush plants and espresso with a kick — the new Melbourne-inspired café on Princess St. is a breath of fresh, caffeinated air.Continue...

Breaking down to hormones

Soy is one of the cheapest and easiest proteins on the market, often used as a replacement for meat by vegetarians and vegans.Continue...

Top 10 things I learned from first year

As my first year at Queen’s comes to a close, I can honestly say that my experiences living alone have made me feel ever-so-slightly more adult. While I still don’t drive on the highway, nor do I know how to do my taxes, I can fill up a laundry card like nobody’s business.Continue...

QNSA celebrates Indigenous students and Indigenous presence at Queen's

My name is Lauren Winkler, I’m the president of Queen’s Native Students Association (QNSA) and this year have taken on the role of Deputy of Indigenous Affairs of the Alma Mater Society’s Social Issues Commission.Continue...

Student start-ups: BriBakesKitchen

Kicking off our look at student start-ups is a multi-coloured baking project by Queen’s own amateur baker.Continue...

Breaking down misconceptions of women in Islam

Islamic Awareness Week brings together students from various faculties and groups participating in activities and presentations to bring knowledge about Islam to the student body.Continue...

Racquet sports can save your life

When you think of fitness, what do you see?Continue...

What happens in Punta...

Due to the nature of the experiences, the authors of the following stories have requested to remain anonymous.Continue...

My iguana ate my homework

We've all missed a class here and there. Sometimes you're sick, sometimes you have an assignment to finish and sometimes you fall into Lake Ontario.Continue...

Cash me eating a sushi donut ousside

Where were you when Harambe was shot?Continue...

Censored: how do we deal with hate on campus?

I’m from a small town and whenever I go home, I often end up listening to the political views of people, many of them of a different generation, that differ widely from my own.Continue...

Back to the basics: “How do I ask a cute guy out?”

Dear S&M: There’s this really good-looking guy in my tutorial that I’ve been waiting to ask me out all year. He still hasn’t even though we’ve been flirting and talking all year... Should I ask him out or will that make me look weird? Do guys even like it when girls ask them out? — Sadie HawkinsContinue...

How to make friends 101: cinnamon buns

I don’t think any smell makes me drool as much as the spicy, sweet scent of cinnamon buns. Nor do I think any food puts me in as big of a food coma.Continue...

Being under the magnifying glass

I think Black History Month has always been a semi-awkward time for me. Having gone to predominantly white schools for the majority of my life, I’m used to being the only Black girl in most of my classes.Continue...

Lacing up for the Conservative race

Ever since Stephen Harper’s defeat in the 2015 federal election, the question of who’ll be the most the effective leader for the Conservative Party in the Trudeau era has been on the minds of Canadians on all ends of the political spectrum.Continue...

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