Features

What lies beneath ...

Savannah, Ga. evokes images local eccentrics, Gothic Revival architecture and Spanish moss. But for retired U.S. Air Force Col. Derek Duke, residents of coastal Georgia have something else hanging over their heads.Continue...

WARNING: Scaring the life out of smokers

Last winter, the federal government put into legislation the world’s toughest and most graphic cigarette warning labels. Smokers have since responded with labels of their own. In this issue, Features discusses the impact of warning labels and hits the ghetto to find out just how scared smokers are.Continue...

Behind the fence

If you watched television or listened to the radio in April, you probably heard about the Free Trade Area of the Americas agreement and the Quebec City Summit of the Americas protest.Continue...

Fraternity at Queen’s

Sal Vento is of Italian descent but he considers himself a Greek first and foremost.Continue...

Political Animals

In a cluttered AMS office, John Zerucelli dives for the phone. He’s the assistant manager for the AMS’ Student Constables—and he also happens to be the president of the Queen’s University Young Liberal Association.Continue...

Industrial Music

The dawning of the Digital Age, when culture and entertainment are reduced to ‘1’s and ‘O’s, has ambushed the status quo, forcing long-stable industries to re-evaluate just how they do business.Continue...

urinals — commercialization — vandalism

Over the last few years here at Queen’s, students and faculty alike have debated the pros and cons of the corporate presence in the classroom.Continue...

Hardcore Devotion

Extreme Championship Wrestling, the third largest North American wrestling group, held its first-ever Canadian show in Mississauga over the weekend.Continue...

The Taming of the Frosh

Personally, I liked Frosh Week. It wasn’t a defining moment in my life, but I had a good time. Still, there are those who swear that the universe-affirming events of Orientation Week are what make Queen’s the best university in the whole wide world, and there’s also those who detest its cultish, mind-controlling rah-rah-rah propagandic nature.Continue...

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