Student life

Selling to students, for students

The media follows us everywhere — even into our campus buildings.Continue...

Overt to covert

In January, I wore a hijab for 18 days. I'm a non-Muslim woman, but I wanted to conduct a social experiment to experience what it's like to cover on a daily basis.Continue...

Papal popularity

Even from across the ocean, Pope Francis is making a splash in Kingston’s Catholic community.Continue...

Just around the corner

Today’s corner stores offer much more than bubblegum, as they must in order to thrive.Continue...

Ghetto pets

Caring for a furry friend isn’t always fun and games if you’re a student.Continue...

The learning curve

Thinking outside the box can be a challenge, but for those with learning disabilities, it’s the only option.Continue...

Can’t recant chant, so move forward

Last week, on Canadian university campuses, one of the most anticipated events of the school year was underway: frosh week. However, this year’s Frosh Week at St. Mary’s University (SMU) is an event they probably wish could be re-done or erased.Continue...

With great frosh comes great responsibility

As incoming first-year students settle into their rooms in residence or their own places off-campus, they take a big step. They’re adapting to a new living environment and are fostering connections with individuals they may very well spend the next four years with.Continue...

Digesting campus food options

Five years ago, an external review found that Queen’s campus was overcrowded by independent food operators. Currently, there’s been no official rule established, but the University has adopted a practice where these outlets are now disallowed
from opening.Continue...

AMS revisits fraternity ban

The AMS is seeking legal consultation regarding the 78-year-old ban on its members becoming part of fraternities or sororities.Continue...

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