Lifestyle

Four tips for a better sleep

We’ve all been here: you have an important day of exam prep to do tomorrow, but you just can’t fall asleep.Continue...

Stealthing: what you need to know about this form of sexual violence

‘Stealthing’—the non-consensual removal of a condom before or during intercourse—isn’t a sex trend. It’s a form of sexual violence that can pose serious health risks.

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Understanding the Suez Canal crisis

By now, you’ve probably heard about the large boat that was stuck in the Suez Canal. It took the internet by storm, prompting the birth of many memes and piquing the interest of people around the world. Everyone wanted to know what was happening with the ship named Ever Given .Continue...

Lil Nas X just stole Christianity’s biggest weapon: fear

For most of my life, I was terrified of going to hell.Continue...

OnlyFans referral program can make creators thousands, but at what cost?

OnlyFans is one of many online companies that saw immense growth in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past year, OnlyFans has gone from a niche subscription-based service used by a few influencers and sex workers to a household name. In November 2019, the platform had only 7.5 million users; by December 2020, that number had jumped to 85 million.Continue...

Books to read this spring

The winter semester is almost over, which means it’s just about time to start stashing away your textbooks in favour of books to read for your own enjoyment. While I’d always recommend re-reading Harry Potter one more time, I’ve put together a list of some of my favourite books to get you through the summer.Continue...

Bursting and leaving the commerce bubble

Around this time three years ago, I was anxiously awaiting my acceptance to Queen’s Commerce. At the time, I had already been accepted to every other university I applied to, and I was terrified of being rejected—despite my 96 per cent average and wealth of extracurriculars.Continue...

Tracing my roots back to my Grandfather’s childhood home in Scotland

Two years ago, in a small suburb outside of Glasgow, I had an evening I’ll never forget.Continue...

Best late-night Kingston eats

Kingston has plenty to offer in terms of delicious spots to eat. Sometimes, though, hunger strikes late at night after most restaurants have shut their doors for the evening. To help you find a tasty place to eat after hours, The Journal asked students to share their favourite late-night meals.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: traditional vs. virtual games

There are a lot of things that we can get on the internet, but a good, hardy laugh from in-person game nights isn’t one of them.Continue...

Is Gen Z rejecting marriage?

Today, university undergraduate students are being thrust into an uncertain world.Continue...

The Tricolour Sex Column: Eating out

When it comes to sex, there’s no getting around the awkwardness that comes with two people who are completely naked and trying to get each other off. But making sure both parties are being equally pleasured can set the stage for something magical.Continue...

‘Zack Synder’s Justice League’ deserves its second chance

Zack Synder’s Justice League is a reminder that the good guys always win.Continue...

The Lazy Economist: GME and a second short squeeze

We last left our student investors watching the GameStop (GME) shares come tumbling down from their $500 USD peak on Jan. 28, a trend that would continue well into February.Continue...

‘Ginny and Georgia’ misses the mark by hitting too many

One minute you’re laughing, the next you’re on the edge of your seat—and the entire time you’re confused about what’s going on. That’s the experience of watching Ginny and Georgia. Continue...

Learning to say goodbye during the pandemic

I think it’s safe to say everyone has learned something new during the pandemic. Some people picked up knitting, others learned how to skate. What I gained this year, however, was something more significant to me than any hobby. I learned how to say goodbye.Continue...

Staff Picks: The little things we miss

Last March, as campus shuttered, students packed up and headed home, not knowing when life would return to some semblance of normal.Continue...

“OK, see you!”: Kim’s Convenience comes to an abrupt end after five seasons

The news that Kim’s Convenience will be ending early took many fans by surprise.Continue...

Splitting atoms: making sense of nuclear power

If you didn’t get the message from grade five science class onwards: fossil fuels are the bane of humanity.Continue...

Is it time to say goodbye to the Grammys?

Like many events over the past year, the 2021 Grammy Awards looked very different—from COVID-19 restrictions to an increased appreciation for female artists, a lot had changed from years prior. Still, the Grammys weren’t different enough.Continue...

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