Arts Archive: 2013

What We're Listening To: Holiday Edition

The perfect holiday playlist to relax to over the holidays.Continue...

Strummin’ in the Limestone again

Birthed from Craigslist, six-piece band The Strumbellas has had to fight for where they stand.Continue...

Stepping into Kingston

Along with an appetite for hip hop and step dancing, Step Crew sparks students’ passion to teach.Continue...

Building thoughts

The architecture at Queen’s is a mishmash of shockingly brutalist and older limestone buildings that give Queen’s its straight-from-a-college-movie feel.Continue...

Messages from Beirut

Walking into the All is Well exhibit, the viewer will be struck by its emptiness.Continue...

A killer way to end the semester

With an aim to capture the fallacy of the American Dream, and a culture of violence that pervades society, Assassins hits the nail on the head.Continue...

What We're Reading: Winter Break Edition

The Journal staff put together a list of good reads for the holiday season — perfect for a cozy night in front of a fire.Continue...

Louder than the noise

With a soft voice, digital vocals and unmistakeable guitar loops, Craig Cardiff’s music reflects an uncompromising humanitarian.Continue...

Cutting edge creativity

If you combine arts with computing, you get cutting-edge creativity.Continue...

Music making for social justice

Think music rooted in social justice.Continue...

Girl power

As a female-fronted band in the rock n’ roll world, it hasn’t been easy.Continue...

Queen’s Players in perspective

Out of my four years of attending Queen’s Players productions, I can’t say I’ve ever
been sober.Continue...

A gong show for show-goers

Count yourself lucky if you managed to snap tickets to Said the Whale’s sold out show.Continue...

What We're Watching: Procrastination Edition

The Journal has put together a list of shows available on Netflix for the expert procrastinator — perfect for exam time.Continue...

Exploring art life

Life’s challenges can be a source of fulfillment and even success, as two Queen’s alumni express in this soon-to-be-released documentary.Continue...

Old habits die hard

Despite having toured for over five years, they have yet to make a pit stop in Kingston — until now.Continue...

Designing independence

To Queen’s student and part-time fashion designer Julia Miskey, “style over fashion” is the rule
of thumb.Continue...

Sounds of soul

To write the “Boys” off as a mundane gospel group would be a big mistake.Continue...

Comedic commentary

A socialist commentary on capitalism, The Threepenny Opera, put on by the Queen’s drama department, aims to capture the essence of human interaction.Continue...

What We're Listening To: Study Edition

The Journal staff compiles all of the best tracks for the most productive study session.Continue...

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