Lifestyle

What went wrong with Super Bowl LIII?

When I was younger, I hated Sundays because they were when football took over my life.Continue...

Reducing your animal product consumption

On a student budget, it’s easy to get into a repetitive food routine.Continue...

Pilot season: TV’s cutthroat hit factory

This May, five networks—NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX and The CW—will shut down New York City and tout new shows premiering for the 2019-20 TV season at the Television Upfronts.Continue...

Milkshake recipes for any season

The arrival of snow prompts us to put away all our summer gear and say goodbye to popsicles, smoothies and shorts.Continue...

Journal staff’s eighth grade jams

While most of our lives now are wildly different compared to how they were in middle school, one element will always remain the same: the quality of your favourite early 2010s banger.Continue...

Creating a successful sleep routine

Sleep is as essential to survival as food and water—ask anyone that’s tried to pull an all-nighter during exam season. Without it, you simply can’t function optimally.Continue...

Predicting the 2019 Oscars major award winners

While this year’s Oscars are still a month away, the award ceremony's already found itself clouded in controversy. The show will be hostless for the first time since 1989, leaving the focus solely on the awards for the film industry’s biggest night.Continue...

The Lazy Economist: The numbers behind the OSAP cuts

After the controversy surrounding the Ford government’s recent changes to OSAP, we’re going to run you through some of the numbers that led the government to justify its decision.Continue...

Me before you: love and mental health

I never thought by the age of 20, I’d be at my worst mental state, trying to support and care for my bipolar boyfriend.

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Queen’s Takes the Real World: An unexpected detour to med school

Every medical student has a story of what they were doing when they first got their university acceptance: how they celebrated, who they immediately shared the news with, and how they felt relieved and rewarded for their hard work. I wish I had that. Instead, acceptance to medical school came with confusion.Continue...

Netflix’s 'You' promotes a dangerously appealing protagonist

Netflix’s latest thriller-drama, You , is smart, bizarrely compelling, and wildly popular. But the show’s excellence doesn’t excuse how it romanticizes stalking women, whether intended or not.Continue...

The appeal behind personality quizzes

Personality quizzes drive massive amounts of internet traffic each day. Although they may appear arbitrary, there’s a reason why we’re curious to find which inanimate objects or food best match our personality.Continue...

Thanks to online players, 'Dungeons & Dragons' makes a comeback

Vintage tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons isn’t fading into obscurity anytime soon.Continue...

The Journal's February 2019 horoscopes

February is when many of us prioritize our love life and re-evaluate our romantic relationships. And as a result, we should all be watching Venus' cycle very closely.Continue...

The Lazy Economist: Breaking down tax systems

If there’s any constant in life, it's taxes.Continue...

BuzzFeed layoffs show its neglect of diverse voices

Last Friday, American news and entertainment platform BuzzFeed began rolling out layoffs which will eventually reduce the company’s staff by 15 per cent.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: Should little kids use technology?

In today’s increasingly digital age, we’re constantly plugged in and connected to everything around us. Because we’re surrounded by screens for much of our daily lives, it’s easy to stay immersed in social and data exchanges, and natural to feel overwhelmed and overstimulated by our devices.Continue...

The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil is the body-positive celebrity we need

Jameela Jamil is about to be your new favourite badass.Continue...

Why I started a petition for the Juniper Café

The Juniper Café at the Tett Center has been a beloved part of my routine the past two years—I enjoy it so much, the café’s staff have learned my order off by heart.Continue...

Netflix’s Sex Education earns its title

Sex scenes in movies and TV have long mystified and fascinated audiences.Continue...

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