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Queen’s student launches artistic clay business

Cristina Foschia first discovered her love for artwork through her mother.Continue...

Justin Nozuka talks dreamy, psilocybin-inspired single

“I see no reason / to hold back these feelings,” sings R&B artist Justin Nozuka in his latest track, “summer night o8,” written and performed under the psychedelic influence of psilocybin.Continue...

Commentary: The art of adapting literature to television is strategic

Adapting books to television is not a new phenomenon, but in the past couple of years, the popularity of series based on bestselling novels seems to be heightened.Continue...

Reelout launches online Queer Film Festival

Film promotes advocacy and change while allowing people to escape the struggles of everyday life. Reelout, a local Queer film festival, harnesses these powers of film to foster a sense of community among LGBTQIA2S+ filmmakers while giving individuals a platform for their voices to be heard.Continue...

Riley Michaels talks new single ‘Turn Off the Lights’

Before the pandemic, Riley Michaels could often be found playing in bars, soaking up the energy from people having a drink and dancing after a long week. Now he realizes it’s easy to get caught up in work and forget to spend time with the people who matter most.Continue...

Union Gallery highlights student art with two new exhibitions

In an emerging digital environment, artistic productions across the globe have moved onto our computer screens and iPhones. Despite digital restrictions, however, Union Gallery managed to keep the spontaneous energy of film and the art of sculpture alive in its two virtual exhibitions, Lens/Visions and Growing ; pains .Continue...

‘What Alex did best is he didn’t overshadow the contestants’: 'Jeopardy!' winner and Queen’s alum reflects on Alex Trebek

In the wake of Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek’s passing in November and his final episode airing last week, two-time winner Jordan Nussbaum, Queen’s Law ’15, discussed meeting the famous Canadian.Continue...

The weird world of copyright law

Copyright law originated as a way to protect artists from intellectual property theft, but in today’s context, copyright is too often used as a tool by powerful corporations to supress creativity.Continue...

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