Postscript

The best of Kingston

After another year has gone by, Postscript polled our readers to find our favourite spots to study, party, shop and more in the city.Continue...

My summer on a social media cleanse

For any millennial, the thought of giving up social media for any period of time most likely sends a chill down your spine thinking about the #FOMO and big news you could be missing without the ability to constantly scroll.Continue...

Diary of a frazzled frosh

I remember arriving at Queen’s with painful clarity.Continue...

Never ending peace and love

When I first set out to solidify my travel itinerary for the month of May, Nepal was not even in the top 10 on my list of hopeful destinations.Continue...

Swimming in sweat

Squats, weights, conditioning, diligence, and dedication, repeat.Continue...

Top 10 things I learned from first year

As my first year at Queen’s comes to a close, I can honestly say that my experiences living alone have made me feel ever-so-slightly more adult. While I still don’t drive on the highway, nor do I know how to do my taxes, I can fill up a laundry card like nobody’s business.Continue...

QNSA celebrates Indigenous students and Indigenous presence at Queen's

My name is Lauren Winkler, I’m the president of Queen’s Native Students Association (QNSA) and this year have taken on the role of Deputy of Indigenous Affairs of the Alma Mater Society’s Social Issues Commission.Continue...

A summer of experience at the Queen's Biology Station

Contrary to my initial belief, waders — the waterproof overall type garment that fishermen use — aren’t invincible.Continue...

Living with an invisible disability

For the average Queen’s student, typing or writing notes during class isn’t something they have to stress about. Two years ago, it wouldn’t have been something I stressed about either.Continue...

Prime Minister for a long weekend

“And now I would like to call on the Right Honourable Prime Minister Joe Cattana.” When you’re 22 years old, you’d never expect to hear that, sitting in our nation’s House of Commons.Continue...

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