Lifestyle Archive: 2011

Easy eating: making food in bulk

Between waiting in line to buy textbooks and balancing a social life with 8:30 a.m. classes, we already have enough on our minds during the first week back on campus. The last thing we want to...Continue...

Nonchalant about nudity

Being seen naked isn’t everyone’s biggest fear. For Bonita Summers, her career as a nude model means contributing to someone’s artistic development.Continue...

Keen on quinoa

Quinoa is an ancient grain that has recently become a go-to food for healthy eaters everywhere. Once referred to as “the mother of all grains” by the Incas, quinoa contains essential nutrients not...Continue...

Full-contact feminism

Roller derby is more than just a unique form of skating. It’s an active lifestyle based on camaraderie between women.Continue...

Ferocious Frec

See Tuesday's issue of the Journal for a Frosh Week wrap-up.Continue...

Going gluten-free

Gluten-free dieters face difficulty incorporating nutritious food into their lives.Continue...

Kingston antiquity

Springer Market Square offers a quintessential Kingston experience when it turns into an Antique Market. Better known for its Farmer’s Market, on Sundays the square showcases an eclectic array of...Continue...

Beat the heat with a bowl of gazpacho

Gazpacho, or cold tomato soup, is an easy-to-make recipe that’s perfect for the summer. Although the dish originated in Spain, there are slight variations of the recipe in countries around the...Continue...

Fad diets and weight-loss myths

When it comes to losing weight, there seems to be a focus on upheaving daily diet routine in exchange for instant results. The summer season seems like the perfect time to experiment, but before...Continue...

Making the most of a summer paycheque

When I was hired for my first-ever summer job, I was excited at the prospect of being able to accumulate savings. Despite my best efforts, checking my balance online has become a cringe-worthy...Continue...

The evolution of Frosh Week

The Journal takes a look at how Frosh Week has changed over the past century.Continue...

Budget breakdown

All orientation week committees manage their own budgets independently with the common goal to break even.Continue...

Local options

Postscript explores dragon boating's appeal in Kingston.Continue...

Perks and perils of dragon boating

An in-depth look at Jessica Fishbein's experience participating in a dragon boat practice.Continue...

Police and Frosh Week

Kingston Police plan to pay close attention to the University area during Frosh Week this September.Continue...

The Jack Project

This September, the pilot project of a new mental health program will launch at Queen’s.Continue...

Alternative frosh weeks offer other options

Kingston’s Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) hosts an alternative Frosh Week for students who don’t necessarily identify with Queen’s culture.Continue...

Frosh Week gives back

Every year, the largest faculty at Queen’s increases the amount of money raised during Frosh Week for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) of Canada.Continue...

Conventions and customs of Queen’s

At the end of the Frosh Week, incoming students to Physical Education and Kinesiology, are given a whistle to signify their official welcome into the faculty. It's one of many Queen's Frosh Week traditions.Continue...

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