Student life

Yes, I’m aware I’m Asian

When I think of a racist, I picture someone throwing insults at a certain ethnicity. I didn’t realize racism could be disguised in the form of admiration — until I started using Tinder.Continue...

From hipster to yuccie: The transformation of a privileged generation

Every generation has its cliché, creative folk toting liberal arts degrees and the privilege of a middle class existence.Continue...

Keeping up with reality

Despite their close ties to real life, reality shows perpetuate harmful and outdated gender stereotypes.Continue...

The importance of Black History Month

Earlier this year, I experienced possibly the most awkward first date of my life.Continue...

A one-woman show

Ruth Oketch has the kind of infectious smile that makes it almost impossible not to smile back.Continue...

A how-to on budgeting for the starving student

With a reputation for having an affluent student body, it may seem like you’re the only one at Queen’s trying to live within a budget. Fear not.Continue...

How I got over my faculty stereotype

I used to think that attending Queens, no matter your faculty, was prestigious in itself. Apparently, I was wrong.Continue...

Kingston’s best cafés and bakeries

In my eyes, downtown Kingston is one of the most charming things about this city: The old stone buildings, the waterfront, Market Square that hosts street markets and ice skaters.Continue...

Editor in Chief of Elle Canada visits campus

Shortly after graduating from the University of Alberta in Nursing, Noreen Flanagan took a 12-month trip, which she mostly spent asking people what they did for a living and whether they loved it.Continue...

Travelling (not so) alone

Everyone should travel alone at least once.Continue...

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