Life

Animals to come to campus for stress

Students looking to alleviate stress this exam season will soon have the opportunity to do so through an unusual resource.Continue...

The School of English celebrates 70 years

The QSoE kicked off its anniversary celebrations with a barbeque on June 29, which was attended by current and former students and staff of the School.Continue...

Grocers get checked

With the recent addition of the Grocery Checkout Fresh Market store in the Queen’s Centre, students can now buy groceries on campus. But does the closest store offer the best shopping experience? Grocery Checkout and student favourites Metro and John’s Deli were compared for selection, pricing and quality of food offered. Here’s how the grocers measured up.Continue...

Students take up swing

Queen’s swing dancers practice their craft in unexpected places, including nightclubs.Continue...

Coupons, Groupon and the hunt for bargains

Many Canadian retailers won’t accept online discounts, managers say.Continue...

Rise of the flash mob

Phenomenon created in 2003 by magazine editor.Continue...

Students in transit

Features takes a look at the day-to-day experiences of Kingston Transit drivers and how their services will change in 2013.Continue...

One Stop through time

The owners of Campus One Stop open up about their time in the Student Ghetto fixture.Continue...

Focusing on hypnosis

Hypnotherapy can permanently fix behavioural issues.Continue...

Shameless singers take on classics

Patrons of all vocal ranges tackle weekly karaoke at Tir Nan Og in downtown Kingston.Continue...

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