Lifestyle Archive: 2011

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Policy change to keep alcohol out of residence

A new University policy means alcohol won’t be allowed into residences during Frosh Week, even if the residents are of legal age.Continue...

Rules of digital engagement

If we accept that we’re willing to be slaves to social media, then knowing the ground rules of etiquette in the digital forum seems necessary.Continue...

Shaping up for summer

Summer sees a surge of people wanting to amp up their fitness routine. Whether it’s to look good lounging by the pool or to fulfill aspirations of outdoor adventure, summer offers unique...Continue...

Spring Reunion at Fort Henry

Journal photographer Asad Chishti was at at the Spring Reunion event, Queen's at the Fort on May 28.

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Where have all the people gone?

Whether it’s a job, courses or the desire to continue living independently, there are plenty of incentives to remain in Kingston for summer.
Spending summer here makes you feel like a real...Continue...

A wedding fit for Queen’s

Every summer Queen's holds weddings for faculty and alumni on campus.Continue...

Issue in Photos

Photos from issue 40.Continue...

Travel planning to-do list

Things to remember before embarking on a trip for first-time and forgetful travellers.Continue...

Camp your way around Ontario

Ethical travel companies encourage tourists to look at the social and exconomic impact of their travels.Continue...

Staycationing suggestions

If you’re on a budget, the best vacations are the ones that don’t require you to go very far.Continue...

Road trip rules

Six steps for planning the perfect road trip.Continue...

Getting paid to vacation

Are jobs in the travel industry really the dream careers that they appear to be?Continue...

Au pairing across Europe

Au pair and camp jobs allow students to mix work and pleasure while seeing the worldContinue...

A look at the ethics of world travel

Ethical travel companies encourage tourists to look at the social and economic impact of their travelsContinue...

The best of Kingston

After another year has gone by, Postscript polled our readers to find our favourite spots to study, party, shop and more in the city.Continue...

Last Words

When asked to a newly-elected Editor in Chief, I interpreted it as a challenge. That’s really what this job is about; challenging yourself and your staff to create great things.Continue...

Global students

Students discuss the ups and downs of studying abroadContinue...

Issue in Photos

Photos from Issue 39.Continue...

Stressed for success

As exams approach, anxiety becomes the norm around campus. Why do we become so preoccupied with
perfection, and how does it ultimately affect us?Continue...

Issue in Photos

Photos from Issue 38.Continue...

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