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Friends, photos and an instant filter

When Rayna Edels downloaded Instagram she thought, like most apps, it would fade out.Continue...

Why your art should live online

As a theatre artist, a question I always ask myself is “how can I share my art with as many people as possible?” The answer is simple; get online.Continue...

Exclusive interview with Queen's Baddies

If you haven’t yet heard of the Instagram account Queen’s Baddies, you’re probably one of few.Continue...

Quinn Rockliff’s project to free the female form

Toronto-based artist Quinn Rockliff began drawing when she was coping with the anxiety as a result of a sexual assault.Continue...

A picture's worth more than 1,000 likes

Like most people in their early twenties, I’m addicted to my technology.Continue...

Top Queen’s Instagrams

Whether you’re looking to shake up your Instagram newsfeed or keep updated on local events and trends, Queen’s Instagrams have got you covered.Continue...

QJ Pop: Role model behaviour

If you’re like me, you might sometimes be startled by allegedly very famous people that you’ve never heard of.

This past week that celebrity was Cara Delevigne, who is almost...Continue...

Street style: Floral and feminine

Instagram fashionista Emily Harris’s handle @springfaerie is an accurate description of her sense of style.
Harris, ArtSci ’16, is inspired by vintage feminine looks, with a...Continue...

QJ Health: The flaw in #fitspo

There’s a fitness phenomenon taking place at the Queen’s ARC.

As a frequent exerciser and avid people watcher, I love the gym — or at least most things about the gym. I dislike...Continue...

Exploring both sides of Instagram fame

At first, Mike Lindle thought Instagram was pointless. Sixteen months, 10,213 followers and 573 posts later, he has Instagram to thank for his newfound interest in amateur photography....Continue...

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