Lifestyle Archive: 2016

This semester, I’ve felt more like a minority than ever

Two years ago, my shoulders didn’t automatically hunch when walking down Union St.Continue...

Voices from behind the doors: Queen’s School of Medicine

"My favourite part of medical school so far has been interacting with a patient and realizing I actually know the solution to their problem."Continue...

Life’s short, talk fast: A review of Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival

Warning: This article contains spoilers.Continue...

Alternative present ideas for the gift-giving challenged

A sweater, socks, chocolate, a gift card. These are just some of the safe options for gift-giving this holiday season.Continue...

Pass the eggnog

The holidays are finally upon us and families and groups of friends are each celebrating with their individual traditions. Pull up a chair and grab a warm beverage as Journal staff share their favourite holiday traditions.Continue...

My time with Fred and George

George had always been bigger than Fred, and he knew it too, strutting around like the superior older brother.Continue...

S&M: Between a rock and a hard place

Hi S&M, I have a problem that I can’t get my mind off of. I’ve been with my boyfriend for a year now — let’s call him John — and I’m absolutely certain he’s the person I want to end up with.Continue...

Diwali lights up Grant Hall

Walking into Grant Hall, I entered a completely different atmosphere than the bitter snowstorm raging outside.Continue...

Let's get ready to rumble

Despite entering the K-Rock Centre unsure of just what we were in for at a night of WWE Live, we found ourselves unable to look away for the entirety of the show.Continue...

In case you missed it...

NOV 7: THE WORLD LOSES LEONARD COHENContinue...

From behind the soundboard in Carruthers Hall

When I was in the sixth grade my school held one of those fundraisers where you go door to door with a UNICEF-esque box to collect money for the Canadian Cancer Society. Honestly, I don’t even remember if it was the Cancer Society.Continue...

Low-traffic study spots on campus

Keeping up with your readings, or catching up, is hard enough without having to look for a place to get comfortable.Continue...

Space Jam: the movie we can’t forget

It’s been 20 years since Michael Jordan did something people thought was impossible — saved Looney Tunes.Continue...

Outdoor winter running

Trying to get your cardio in during cold Canadian winters can leave you with limited options, but while the great outdoors can seem unapproachable with 20 inches of snow on the ground, outdoor winter running is a great way to brave the cold and stay active — if you know all the tricks to prevent frostbite.Continue...

Trekking through Mongolia

Before leaving on our trek, my dad and I were constantly asked “Why Mongolia?”Continue...

Growing back the 'stach

Like our GPAs, the leaves are falling, the light at the end of midterms is in sight, Starbucks holiday cups litter Stauffer desks and across campus, lip hair is beginning to sprout — it’s Movember.Continue...

I can't believe you haven't seen that: Dazed and Confused

So, how do you watch a nostalgic film without the benefit of nostalgia?Continue...

When Harry met Meghan

Nothing inspires me to hit the gym more than watching Kourtney Kardashian’s daily Snapchat stories of her breaking a sweat.Continue...

Business Basics: Credit Cards

Who doesn’t feel like a high roller with their own plastic?Continue...

The Southpaw Cat Café has arrived

Walking into the Southpaw Cat Café, I wasn’t really sure what to expect.Continue...

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