Lifestyle Archive: 2007

Wearing your heart on your sleeve

A car going over a cliff and a violent ballerina may not be images you would see in a political campaign, but don’t be surprised if you see them plastered on students’ clothes when they’re walking down the street. Politicians’ messages may not have this edgy style, but politics is definitely making its own statement in the fashion world.Continue...

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Tapping into bottled water concerns

Soda has been banned in many schools because of the effects these sugary, caffeinated drinks have on children’s health. Since July when San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom banned bottled water from city departments and all city functions, it looks like that’s the next beverage to go. But what could be wrong with a bottle of pure and refreshing H2O?Continue...

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Let the festivities begin

This year the Waterloo Warriors are coming to Kingston to take on the Golden Gaels in the Homecoming game, but Waterloo is offering up some competition in more places than the football field.Continue...

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View all images from vol. 135, issue 12.Continue...

Going up in smoke

The major concern in many smokers’ minds—other than their latest nicotine craving—is probably wrestling with the option of quitting.Continue...

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It’s all in the cards

When I first entered Sacred Source at 73 Brock St. the scent of eucalyptus was the first noticeable aroma. Filled with spiritual books and figurines, the store created a calm and tranquil atmosphere. Entering a small room slightly to the side of this new age store, I was about to experience my first tarot card reading. Sitting across from me was Kellye Crockett, a tarot card reader at the Sacred Source. Across a black table lay 10 cards in a specific layout.Continue...

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Canines on campus

Paris Hilton may have popularized dogs with her chihuahua, but is living in a designer bag really a good life for a dog?Continue...

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Culture of coffee

"Let’s go for coffee" is a phrase that’s often thrown in at the end of your e-mails and yelled over your shoulder when you see a friend on the street. Whether for a first date, business meeting or study session, going for coffee seems to be the daily social excursion of choice on campus. So why is it that our social lives are beginning to revolve around a couple cups of joe?Continue...

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The stuff dreams are made of

Imagine you’re having the best dream and all of sudden, the blaring beep of your alarm clock rudely startles you out of your sleep.Continue...

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Green is the new black

Fads come in all different forms—Star Wars, bellbottoms and disco, scrunchies, Furby, Magic Cards, plaid, Dance Dance Revolution, the Atkins diet, the jean jacket. One of the latest fads to seize our attention is environmentalism.Continue...

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