Lifestyle Archive: 2010

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‘We must use education to overcome censorship’

From The Great Gatsby to the Bible, many famous books have a long history of being challenged or banned.Continue...

So you want to be a writer?

Writer-in-residence Stuart Ross discusses the ins and outs of the writing profession.Continue...

Novel writing in November

Each year, thousands of participants worldwide devote the month of November to National Novel Writing Month.Continue...

Super fans and the books they love

Obsessed book fans favour works that are familiar and affirm their values, prof says.Continue...

Exploring ethereal authorship

Ghostwriters are the uncredited writers behind over 70 per cent of non-fiction writing today; what goes on when they touch their invisible pens to paper?Continue...

The finer points of acupuncture

Postscript explores the ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture and the mysterious ways it helps us.Continue...

Drunk texts and sober regrets

Everyone has done something embarrassing when inebriated. Postscript features some devices on the market that will help save us from ourselves.Continue...

The Myth of Moderation

I really dislike rallies. I've never participated in one—and I have no plans to start—but the idea turns me off. I'm always told of the value of social assembly in a democratic society, yet I'm...Continue...

What’s in a game?

In South Korea, American PC games like Starcraft are a spectator sport. Will North America ever see such a phenomenon?Continue...

Issue in photos

Photos from Issue 17.Continue...

Teenage dream for halloween

Still struggling with a costume idea? Postscript features 10 pop culture inspired costumes.Continue...

Issue in photos

Photos from Issue 16.Continue...

No need to resort to the resort

If you’ve always wanted to travel to an exotic location, the cost doesn’t have to hold you back.Continue...

To market to market: curried carrot and turnip soup

Recipe and photography by Elise Copps-Smith, ArtSci '11. Contributor

The Kingston Farmer’s Market is a great place to start if you’re looking for inspiration in the kitchen. Operating on...Continue...

Overheard: Reasons Not to Vote

Why not?

Today is the final voting day for Kingston municipal elections. These past weeks of campaigning and debates have sparked heated conversation on campus but left others...Continue...

Currant Agenda

Black Currant (Tea Store; 241 Princess Street, Kingston)

Type: Flavoured black
Ingredients: Unlisted. I see black (orange pekoe grade) tea leaves and lilac coloured flowers...Continue...

Cran-Apple for Your Thoughts

Cranberry Apple (Tea Store; 241 Princess Street, Kingston)

Type: Herbal
Ingredients: Dried apple, hibiscus, rosehip and sweet orange peel.

Serving size: One tea...Continue...

The Brew

Allegedly discovered around 2700 B.C. in China, tea is the most popular prepared drink in the world. Sometimes said to be food for thought, tea has found itself warming the hands of every...Continue...

Starfish

It’s about three AM, and there’s someone in your bed.
Maybe you’re dating this person.
Maybe you don’t even know their name.
Maybe you’re both covered in sweat and an inch-...Continue...

Issue in photos

Photos from Issue 15.Continue...

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