Lifestyle Archive: 2012

Calling All Guys: 20 Trends To Incorporate Into Your Wardrobe

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

When it comes to men's fashion, I think the best place to find inspiration is on the streets. Stylish men are able to take a runway...Continue...

Start Your Year Off On The Right Foot!

By Cole Meagher (ArtSci ' 14)

With the new school year around the corner, there is no better time than now to get into a good routine for the fall. Whether you have worked hard all summer...Continue...

Frozen Yogurt: What's all the commotion?

By Julia Vriend
Assistant Blogs Editor

With the newly-opened Menchies becoming Kingston’s latest summer hotspot, and Mio Yogi soon opening on Division, frozen yogurt has been the...Continue...

Trilby's Pick: The Long Chiffon Button Down

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

This shirt can be worked into an outfit for many occasions. Available in an array of colors, it's versatile and can balance out a short skirt or dress...Continue...

H&M Homeware Hits U.S Market

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Attention all H&M fans and interior design junkies: The trendy and affordable H&M has extended...Continue...

The great search for hidden gold

Dr. Bob Connelly just might prove himself.Continue...

Steve Love: Funny Guy With A Talent For Impressions

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor
Whether you saw Jimmy Kimmel’s tweet boasting about his impressions or watched the videos yourself, Steve Love is an up and coming talent. A former...Continue...

Anonymous Photo Retouchers: What You See Is Not What You Get

By Trilby Goouch
Head Blogs Editor

Most of you are aware that when it comes to beauty ads, editorial spreads and swimsuit catalogues, photo editing is inevitable. But how...Continue...

Beat The Heat And Head To The Beach

It's turned out to be another scorcher this summer, but don’t worry-before you go off to the beach, we’re going to make sure you know exactly what to pack.

Water:...Continue...

Hidden Gems Of Paris

This Spring, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to travel to France as part of the Queen’s-Blyth Worldwide program . For three weeks in...Continue...

Check It Out: TalentEgg

It's that time of the year again: course selection .

With it brings a slew of questions regarding our career prospects; what can I do with my degree? What courses...Continue...

Meet Colin Turner Bloom: Mural Artist

Toronto native and fellow Queen’s student Colin Turner Bloom (ArtSci ’14) is perhaps not a typical working student; Colin earns his summer income by painting murals. I caught up with...Continue...

A Fresh Take On A Summer BBQ: A Mexican Fiesta

BBQs are a fun and affordable way to make the most of longer days and warm summer nights. Why not up the ante and swap your traditional burgers and hot dogs for some Mexican deliciousness...Continue...

Best Concerts Of The Summer

So you want to check out live music this summer?
We’re here to make sure you don’t miss out on the much-anticipated music events of the summer.

Let’s start with...Continue...

10 Ways To Eat A Baguette

Usually priced under $2.00, a baguette goes a long way. A French specialty, the traditional baguette is made with wheat flour, water, yeast and salt, and consists of a crisp crust filled...Continue...

When domination rules the bedroom

Soft-spoken and well-mannered, the voice on the other end of the phone isn’t what people typically see as someone who enjoys BDSM — a practice that encompasses bondage, discipline, domination, submission, sadism and masochism.Continue...

Blogger with a cause

Passionate about the environment?

Check out greenbeansgrow.blogspot.ca , a blog created by Queen’s student Leslie Bothwell (ArtSci ’14). Leslie is...Continue...

You Only Live Once - Zoo Diaries

YOLO

Things to do because you only live once.

Every month Journal Blogs will be bringing you suggestions on what to do with your summer.
This will help you make the most of...Continue...

A Scottish girl in Canada: a year on exchange at Queen’s

I’d never heard of Queen’s University at the start of last year, but after a bit of research I decided to leap across the pond from Strathclyde University in Glasgow to spend a year in Kingston...Continue...

Jarring Juxtaposition

While I was sitting in the Living Room of the Mansion waiting for the upcoming band to perform, I had no idea that what I would be hearing was an instrument cocktail. I knew the band would be...Continue...

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