Lifestyle Archive: 2012

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QJPolitics: It's all in a name

David Hadwen is QJBlogs’ Political Columnist. He’s a fourth-year history major with a specific interest in American Politics. Follow him on Twitter @David_Hadwen.

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No Reservations

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Last week QJBlogs covered Departures to help cure your travel bug. Today, we’re bringing you another must-see series that documents...Continue...

Women's Worth Week: Queen's Half The Sky

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Today marks the beginning of Women’s Worth Week (WWW) at Queen’s. With this in mind, QJBlogs caught up with Queen’s Half The Sky, an AMS club created...Continue...

What's In Your Makeup Bag?

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

I am a sucker for cosmetics; it’s a blessing that Kingston lacks a Sephora, or else my school budget would likely go out the window. Since grade eight...Continue...

The power behind a profane tongue

Sometimes a good “fuck you” is all you need.Continue...

QJSex: What the heck is a NuvaRing?

If you’ve walked through the Queen’s Centre or or Mac-Corry lately, you’ve probably noticed advertisements for a product called “NuvaRing”. While the ads certainly grab your attention, a glowing...Continue...

Sickness Overseas

By Brent Moore (ArtSci ’14)
Contributor

No one enjoys being sick, but falling ill in a foreign country can be particularly unpleasant. It may be difficult to get certain medicine or...Continue...

QJBlogs In The Kitchen: Healthy & Gluten Free Reese's Peanut Butter Cupcakes

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Last weekend my house and I celebrated our housemate’s 20th birthday, which called for some birthday baking. We couldn’t turn to our usual go-to...Continue...

Hidden Gems Of Kingston: Cookes

By Veronica Saroli (ArtSci ‘ 14)
Staff Writer

Stepping into Cookes delicatessen takes you back to 1865, the year it opened. You’re immediately reminded of a scene from...Continue...

Operation Beautiful

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

“Transforming the way you see yourself, one post it at a time.”

This is the mission of Operation Beautiful, a self-esteem campaign targeted...Continue...

QJBlogs presents: DJ Yoo

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Johnny Yoo touched his first set of turntables when he was in his first year at Queen’s in 2008. The economics student had a strong background in music...Continue...

QJPop: Bachelor blunders

Rachel Herscovici is QJBlogs’ Pop Culture Columnist. She’s a second-year English major and one of the Journal’s Assistant News Editors. Follow her on Twitter @rachelhersci...Continue...

Defying Norms

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

What do Daphne Guinness, the Olsen twins, Lindsey Wixson and Tilda Swinton all have in common? Whether it’s through personal style or unique looks,...Continue...

Departures: Take A Virtual Holiday

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

November is one of those ‘in-between’ months where things turn a little grey; it’s too early to get in the holiday spirit, fall weather has come and...Continue...

Hooked on the musical revolution

With over 674 million views on YouTube and a number two spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart,
it seems that “Gangnam Style” might be bringing in a new type of pop music.Continue...

QJSex: Get to know your prostate

By now you’ve probably spotted the evidence of Movember on Queen’s campus, as a plethora of mustaches have begun to sprout. Even though Movember raises funds to fight prostate cancer, it’s a lot...Continue...

Thank You Pinterest, What A Great Idea

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

I am a religious pinner and come across pin-worthy photos on a daily basis. I’m always looking for ways to get creative in the kitchen; cooking and...Continue...

The Human Ideal

By Hugh McFall (Comm ‘ 15)
Contributor

I’m critical of technology as it impairs our focus and distracts us from getting important things done. Because of this, I use it very...Continue...

The Nyantende Foundation

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

The Nyantende Foundation is a student-run club founded by Jon Skarsten, Comm ’13, Spencer Goodwin,...Continue...

What's On Tap In Doolally, India

By Brent Moore (ArtSci ‘ 14)
Contributor

With the stress of upcoming exams and end-of-semester papers (school here starts one month early), it’s nice to find a relaxing place to...Continue...

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