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A pleasant introduction to death metal

Great American Ghost lead singer Ethan Harrison screamed, asking the metal heads for devil horns on Saturday night.Continue...

Seeing yellow with indie rockers VALLEY

For VALLEY, being twenty-something is a yellow at an intersection.Continue...

The Wilderness’ new EP reflects on past hardships

For the past three months, the only sounds coming from The Brooklyn on a Friday night were The Wilderness and their rowdy crowd.Continue...

CBC Docuseries makes art matter

Hosted by Sean O’Neill, the new CBC documentary series In the Making tracks the creative process of artists in Canada and around the world.Continue...

If/Then to take the road less traveled at Rotunda Theatre

In its opening song, Queen’s MusicalTheatre’s (QMT) winter production, If/Then poses the constant question: what if?Continue...

Generocksity parties for charity

Philanthropy and partying—it’s how Generocksity plans to assist homeless youth.Continue...

Paul Fenniak returns to mentor young artists

Ask any artist: a creative career is no easy task. Paul Fenniak is an exception.Continue...

Pages woos the Isabel

For many, the most frightening thing about university is graduating.Continue...

Queen’s Varsity Improv is no joke

A clown, a horse girl, and Facebook meme poster David Vassos walk into a party.Continue...

Writers weave path as wordsmiths in panel

There’s no direct path to becoming a writer and no clear definition of what that occupation entails.Continue...

Judge and Jury ends sentence at Brooklyn

In Judge and Jury, the higest court in the land was far from sober.Continue...

Ultraviolet launches new website, call for art

Not just a print publication, Ultraviolet accepts art in all forms.

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Riding indie waves with The Kents

Since the release of their debut EP Waking in 2016, The Kents have been on the rise in the Canadian music scene.Continue...

Arts in Brief: BFA Print Sale returns

The Queen’s community can support student artists as the annual BFA print sale kicks off this week at the ARC.

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Dumpster graffiti raises awareness about climate change

Student artists have found one way to raise awareness about climate change on campus, and it’s trash.Continue...

Singer-songwriter Joe McLeod heads into the unknown

Joe McLeod has words of wisdom for just about anyone: if you work hard and put yourself out there, you will go far.Continue...

Dan School production Birds takes flight at Theological Hall

Two-thousand years later, Birds still has something to sing about.Continue...

Arts in Brief: Queen’s prof Kim Renders remembered at Mayor’s Arts Awards

Professor Kim Renders was honoured on Monday evening during the annual Mayor’s Arts Awards.Continue...

Student poets compete at CUPSI

On Nov. 19, students will vie for the chance to compete in an international slam poetry.Continue...

Anthropocene is a startling portrait of climate change

When you think of shrinking ice caps and devastated coral reefs, an art project isn’t the first thing that pops into your head.Continue...

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