Lifestyle Archive: 2008

Issue in photos

View all images from vol. 136, issue 20.Continue...

Have a secret?

Postscript is now accepting submissions for Post(Script)Secret, a look at Frank Warren’s online community art project Postsecret.Continue...

Retrospection and repression

Why is it that my grandmother can remember details of her childhood in Nazi-occupied Holland years ago and I can’t remember what I had for dinner last Tuesday night?Continue...

Issue in photos

View all images from vol. 136, issue 19.Continue...

How does your Ghetto grow?

Along with a renewed interest in knowing where food comes from and how it’s grown comes a revival in the do-it-yourself simplicity of gardening.Continue...

Shrinking your ecological imprint

What do driving a car, turning on a light and bananas have in common?Continue...

The friendlier side of CO2

There’s nothing more useless than theoretical green chemistry, said Philip Jessop, a Queen’s chemistry professor.Continue...

Commune with your coffee

With the arrival of midterm season comes the increase in students pouring into coffee shops in and around downtown Kingston.Continue...

Seeing green at Queen’s

Students Taking Responsible Initiatives for a Viable Environment aims to increase environmental awareness within the Queen’s community and promotes positive changes in attitudes and behaviours towards the environment and
environmental issues.Continue...

Going green to the extreme

With the fragile state of the world right now, it’s hard to believe a single individual can make a difference in saving the planet.Continue...

Guide to Green

A supplementary publication of the JournalContinue...

Costumes so good it’s scary

The ever-popular group costume works with old friends, housemates and classmates alike.Continue...

Issue in Photos

View all images from vol. 136, issue 18.Continue...

Marketing democracy and punning on politics

Recently, there has been much controversy over Sarah Palin’s reported $150,000 clothing expenditure, but how much would you spend on an “I can see Russia from my house!” Palin-themed T-shirt?Continue...

Issue in Photos

View all images from vol. 136, issue 17.Continue...

Want to share a secret with Postscript?

Postscript is now accepting submissions for Post(Script)Secret, a look at the online sensation created by blogger Frank Warren’s website, postsecret.com—an ongoing, online community art project where people anonymously mail in their secrets on one side of a postcard.Continue...

C’est what? Tackling language problems

In 1993 the California Milk Processor Board began the now famous “Got Milk?” advertising campaign.Continue...

Issue in Photos

View all images from vol. 136, issue 16.Continue...

Want to share a secret with Postscript?

Postscript is now accepting submissions for Post(Script)Secret, a look at the online sensation created by blogger Frank Warren’s website, postsecret.com—an ongoing, online community art project where people anonymously mail in their secrets on one side of a postcard.Continue...

Ancient beverage steeped in history

Over 4,700 years ago, Chinese Emperor Shennong was traveling through the countryside.Continue...

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