Lifestyle Archive: 2015

Queen’s faces of mental illness: Overcoming OCD

As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Lifestyle featured personal stories from Queen’s students each day from Oct. 6-10. We’ll be continuing the initiative throughout the year with more...Continue...

Five best winter beauty products

When it comes to my winter beauty routine, my main priority is to keep my skin hydrated against the harsh Kingston winter. For the wintertime, I look for products that will moisturize my...Continue...

Vegan and gluten-free cookie dough bites

Now that 2015 has begun, many of us have set New Year’s resolutions that we may or may not keep. For some, these resolutions include changes in diet, like choosing gluten-free options or...Continue...

QJ Pop: What to watch for in 2015

I don’t know if it’s because this is the year I graduate or because I just like the way 2015 sounds, but something about this year is glittering with promise.

Maybe it’s because there are...Continue...

A craving for competition

Whether we strive to be the smartest, the fastest or the beer pong champion, it can be a rare thing to find oneself in a social context completely devoid of any contest.

Most of...Continue...

Exchange Diaries Edinburgh: New Year’s Eve in London

Styna Tao was in Edinburgh on exchange this fall. She’s be sharing her experiences every three weeks as a regular contributor to Lifestyle.

As the crowd chanted...Continue...

QJ Politics: A case for basic income

Today, a staggering 14 per cent of the Canadian population live in poverty.

On its own, this number is worrisome, but considering this was precisely the same percentage of Canadians who...Continue...

Classic style with a touch of kitsch

When it comes to fashion, Queen’s students have two options: throw on whatever’s on top of your laundry pile or wear an outfit.

Ryan Peng is decidedly in the second camp. In the...Continue...

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