Lifestyle Archive: 2011

Food culture on campus part 1: Three Sisters Feast

Every Wednesday night from 5 to 7 p.m., Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre hosts a free drop-in meal for students.

“It’s for all students, staff, faculty and community members as...Continue...

Winter fashion picks

By Carolyn Flanagan and Kelly Loeper
Journal Staff

With the recent snowfall, there’s no denying that winter has arrived. Fortunately, this season’s fashion trends are in favour of...Continue...

Low-fat vs. classic: carrot cake

By Carolyn Flanagan and Kelly Loeper
Journal Staff

Whether you’re looking for something sweet to get you and your housemates through exams or to bring home to your family for the...Continue...

Prioritizing ourselves as well as our academics

It’s the most wonderful time of the year ... after we get through one of the worst.

Exam period can be an endless cycle of stress and anxiety that sees many of us prioritize academics over...Continue...

How to work out at your desk

Studying and schoolwork can no longer be an excuse for avoiding exercise. There are ways to incorporate bouts of exercise while working at a desk.

Lifestyle and Wellness Consultant...Continue...

Swedish invasion

Queen’s fashionistas rejoice as Swedish super-chain H&M comes to Kingston. After taking over the space of six stores and a restaurant, H&M opened on Oct. 20 at Cataraqui Town Centre to 400...Continue...

Homemade for the holidays

Three easy holiday recipes appropriate for any festive occasion.Continue...

Power of puppets

Presence of puppetry in popular culture can be traced back thousands of years.Continue...

Culture of cheating

Study shows over half of university students have cheated on tests and essays.Continue...

Group gains momentum

Campus a cappella group increases in members this year.Continue...

‘It’s not going to work if you can’t blend’

Founder of campus a cappella group says singers won’t make the cut if they can’t match other voices.Continue...

Trend trial: feather hair extensions

Each season, new trends seem to spread like a virus — the sea of Canada Goose Jackets, crop tops and gladiator sandals across. This summer, everyone seemed to be trying out feather hair extensions...Continue...

Sushi, North American style

Local sushi restaurants offer Westernized options that vary from authentic Japanese sushi.Continue...

Sushi roll how-to

Journal staff Terra Arnone and Justin Chin show you how to make sushi roll.

Servings: 50 pieces of sushi
Preparation time: 30 minutes

Ingredients
10 sheets of dried...Continue...

Vintage Kingston

Princess Street is lined with charming, unique boutiques boasting fabulous merchandise. But many students target the same stores and it’s not unusual to see multiple ladies on campus wearing your...Continue...

Delicious Spanish chicken

This recipe is super easy and it can feed your whole house or you can live off it for several days. It freezes well and tastes even better the next day, cold or hot.

Ingredients...Continue...

Exploring the healthy side of Leonard cafeteria

Many first-year students learn the hard way that the “Freshman Fifteen” isn’t just a myth. With a meal plan that presents unlimited junk food options, it’s no surprise the healthy eating habits of...Continue...

Conscious of the cure: breast cancer awareness

By Beth Doxsee
Peer Health Outreach Coordinator

Along with fall weather and midterms, October brought breast cancer into the forefront of peoples’ minds thanks to pink ribbon...Continue...

No bones about it

Most calcium ads are targeted at women over the age of 40. That’s why it’s a surprise to most people that peak bone mass is actually reached between the ages of 25 and 30. It means our university...Continue...

Allure of anime

Japanese-style animation draws loyal student fan base.Continue...

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