Lifestyle Archive: 2010

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Questioning climate change claims

November debate between professors will call into question common-held beliefs about climate change.Continue...

The Principal of sustainability

Nine months after signing the University and College Presidents’ Climate Challenge, Principal Woolf is still dedicated to sustainability.Continue...

LEEDing the way to sustainability

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is providing certifaication for “green” building designs.Continue...

Studying the environment

Environmental studies students go on to a diverse variety of career paths, Undergraduate Assistant says.Continue...

Going online to go green

Online academic resources are becoming an alternative to paper-wasting textbooks and course materials.Continue...

Student environmentalists bring life to the community

The Living Cities company, created in 2008 by Queen’s student Nathan Putnam, aims to bring urban agriculture to the city.Continue...

Making the SWITCH to solar energy

Local non-profit spent the past summer surveying Kingston homes for their suitability for solar panel installation.Continue...

Hovering and smothering

Think you have overbearing parents? The ‘helicopter parenting’ phenomenon may be doing damage to the social and intellectual develoment of many university students.Continue...

Avoiding first-degree burns

So much time, effort and money goes into our undergraduate degrees; ultimately, how far do your credentials get you?Continue...

Issue in photos

Photos from Issue 13.Continue...

Veganism: a meaty topic

As more options become available, people are turning to veganism as a way to stay healthy and give back to the environment.Continue...

Issue in Photos

Photos from Issue 12.Continue...

Using smell to get well

Have a headache? Skip the drugstore! Postscript explores the practice of aromatherapy and its natural benefits to the body.Continue...

Mayoral Debate Live-Tweet Recap

Here's a recap of the Journal's coverage of tonight's Mayoral Debate in Grant Hall.

The Journal will be tweeting updates from tonight's mayoral debate, beginning any minute now...Continue...

Issue in Photos

Photos from Issue 11.Continue...

Giving thanks for second helpings

Thanksgiving is the ultimate time to connect with others; what better way than through their stomachs?Continue...

The struggles of sleepless students

Go to bed at 3 a.m. last night? Don’t make a habit of it, or you’ll do more damage than you thinkContinue...

Globetrotting and people watching

Postscript contributor Sara Melvin chronicles the many interesting and amusing characters one may encounter while backpacking around the worldContinue...

Fauxcoming 2010 Live Blog

Fauxcoming 2010 liveblog

Come back Saturday at 9 p.m. for updates from...Continue...

Mannering library mischief

No longer just a place for quiet study the Journal explores some of the library’s craziest delinquent sightings and popular student pet peeves.Continue...

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