Lifestyle Archive: 2011

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God on Tuesday

The first-place entry in Postscript’s Short Fiction Contest, by Jason Chalmers, ArtSci ’11.Continue...

Relevant is relative

By Holly Tousignant, Supplements Editor

On Nov. 3, 2009, the Journal published an article I wrote called “...Continue...

Understanding implications

By Clare Clancy, News Editor

Hearing the words “Queen’s Journal” and “content” spoken about together in an AMS assembly discussion shocked me. My shock turned to disbelief when, following...Continue...

An open letter to members of the AMS

By Jessica Fishbein, Assistant News Editor

About this time last year, defying all my cautious optimism and wildest expectations, I was hired as an Assistant News Editor for the Journal....Continue...

Strength in numbers

By Katherine Fernandez-Blance, Assistant News Editor

I recently conducted a survey of all the articles I had ever written for the Queen’s Journal. This wasn’t done to pad my ego, but...Continue...

Interfering and delegitimizing

By Andrew Stokes, Copy Editor

Initially, the AMS motion to audit the Journal didn’t worry me. It mandates Media Services Director Sarah Kwong to “...conduct an analysis of the...Continue...

Arbitrary and frightening

By Lauri Kytömaa, Assistant Sports Editor

Coming in as the Assistant Sports Editor for the 2010-2011 staff of the Queen’s Journal I had no intention of getting involved in any sort of...Continue...

Arcane obstructions

Dear Journal staff,

There's been a lot of confusion about what happened on Thursday at AMS Assembly. This is my attempt to lay it all out for you guys.

First, some background. The...Continue...

Extend and reciprocate

By Catherine Owsik, Copy Editor

I came into the Journal this year with little knowledge of the paper, the process and especially the people involved. After a couple training sessions and...Continue...

Issue in Photos

Photos from Issue 37.Continue...

Charles

The second-place entry in Postscript’s Short Fiction Contest, by Devin Clancy, ArtSci ’13.Continue...

Sports - CIS Hockey Sunday

The 2011 CIS Women's Hockey Championships are over. The Gaels clinched the bronze medal in the dying minutes of the third period to win the final game of a season that has been called "miraculous...Continue...

Late goal wins bronze for Gaels

The Golden Hawks dominated their regular season match-ups with the Gaels including a particularly painful 8-1 loss in January. But this year’s Queen’s Gaels don’t roll over; a big factor...Continue...

Bronze no cake walk for Gaels

The Gaels’ playoff season has been called ‘miraculous’. A winning streak that ended yesterday after beginning in January, a record of 5-1 after being scored on first and an improbable (...Continue...

Queen's underdogs can't kill McGill

The Queen's Journal's Kate Bascom, Justin Tang and Lauri Kytomaa are in Waterloo, Ontario this weekend, covering the Gaels' bid for the CIS championship.

By Lauri...Continue...

Sports - CIS Hockey Saturday

The action was fierce this evening at the Waterloo Memorial Recreational Complex as the Gaels faced off against the powerful Marlets squad. The underdog Gaels fought a hard battle but were unable...Continue...

Sports - CIS Hockey Friday

Kate Bascom, Lauri Kytomaa and I are in Waterloo, Ontario, covering the Queen's Gaels at the CIS Women's Hockey Championship. We'll be reporting daily on the team's progress through the round-...Continue...

Gaels beat Pandas in Waterloo

The Queen's Journal's Kate Bascom, Justin Tang and Lauri Kytomaa are in Waterloo, Ontario this weekend, covering the Gaels' bid for the CIS championship.

The Gaels...Continue...

Issue in Photos

Photos from Issue 36.Continue...

Fashion-forward outfits for under $35

Who says you can’t find fierce fashion on a budget? Second-hand shops like Value Village or Phase Two are a great place to find big fashion for small prices. Here are a few pieces we picked up at Value VillageContinue...

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