Lifestyle Archive: 2010

Sports - Waterpolo

The OUA Waterpolo championships were held at the ARC Pool on November 26th to 28th, 2010. The weekend looked to be incredibly busy for Journal photographers since Queen’s was fielding both men’s...Continue...

Quantum chess puts new spin on old game

Student-created game combines quantum physics and chess to outsmart computers.Continue...

Prof invents first ever objective brain function assessment tool

New KINARM device could revolutionize the way brain injuries are observed, inventor says.Continue...

Problems with online privacy

With social media apps like Facebook’s Farmville sharing users’ info, is there any way for users to ensure we’re protected?Continue...

Top tech gifts for the holidays

Six popular tech gadgets ranging from $20 to $499 to add to your holiday wish list.Continue...

Independent musicians benefit from online exposure

Social media enables authentic connections between artists and fans, marketing manager says.Continue...

Adaptive Technology Centre provides a safe place for students

The Centre offers several software programs to assist students with disabilities.Continue...

A feast of festive flavours

Recovering from exams and reconnecting with family and friends has never been easier with these holiday treats.Continue...

Sports - Women's Soccer

The Gaels’ women’s soccer team was the lone Queen’s varsity team left in any of the OUA playoffs. I wanted to cover the gold medal game but had been assigned to shoot the Liberal Party nominations...Continue...

Current - Civic Remembrance Day Ceremony

I attended the Civic Remembrance Day ceremony in Kingston, Ontario on November 11th by Barrie and King Streets. Christine, the Journal’s Photo Editor, was covering the on-campus ceremony so I...Continue...

Politics - Kingston Mayoral Elections

I had the privilege of covering the municipal elections in Kingston on October 25th, 2010 with the Journal. I was assigned to cover the goings-on at City Hall, where Mark Gerretsen would be likely...Continue...

Sports - Football

In homage to the Queen’s football team who, as the defending Vanier Cup champions, were knocked out of the OUA playoffs in their first round, we’ll dip into the archives and look at the photos...Continue...

Can you handle the heat?

Bikram yoga asks you to contort your body and test your limits at 105 degrees Fahrenheit.Continue...

Welcome

My name is Justin Tang and I am a photographer. This year, I am serving as the Assistant Photo Editor at the Queen’s Journal, following two years as a staff photographer.

I’ve worn many...Continue...

A Modest Proposal

I've been thinking a lot about names recently. You see, I never liked my own name very much. For one thing, it has no history or special meaning to anyone—my mother picked it out of an issue of TV...Continue...

Off the beaten academic track

From Harry Potter to Star Trek, North American universities are incorporating popular culture-inspired courses into their curricula with high hopes that students will feel the benefits in the real world.Continue...

Just like home: bacon and chicken pot pie

Recipe and photography by Greg Kaladeen, ArtSci '12, Contributor

Fall is a perfect time to break out the pots and pans to cook something! Just touring the market floods you with...Continue...

Kingston’s writing community

Kingston author Merilyn Simonds discusses the writing scene in the Limestone City.Continue...

Producing prize winners

Literary prizes combine economic and cultural capital, English professor says.Continue...

SIC publications seek student voices

Social Issues Commision publications give marginalized students a platform, commissioner says.Continue...

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