Lifestyle Archive: 2012

Head In The Cloud

By Hugh McFall (Comm ‘15)

Wouldn’t it be nice if you had access to all of your files wherever and whenever you wanted? Or how about obtaining more hard drive space so...Continue...

Exchange Diaries: Mumbai, India Part Seven

By Jonny Klynkramer (ArtSci ’14)

Last week I wrote about some of the most aggravating aspects of studying in India. It was written the day I finished exams; burnt out...Continue...

Pumpkin French toast with autumn style maple syrup

By: Greg Kaladeen

Everyone loves autumn. Whether you’re recapping a great night with housemates or just want to impress that special someone, this recipe will do the...Continue...

QJAdvice: T.W.

Hi QJAdvice: My ex started Facebook messaging me after not talking to me for the past 1.5 years. They asked me how I was doing and I replied to be polite. I'm not sure what this means....Continue...


By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

We may be a little too old to trick or treat, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get in the spirit of Halloween. Who wouldn’t want to go to Stages dressed...Continue...

Brewed basics

Marc-André Blier could either be a crazy scientist, or just a guy who really likes beer.Continue...

QJPolitics: The American election

David Hadwen is QJBlogs’ Political Columnist. He’s a fourth-year history major with a specific interest in American Politics. Follow him on Twitter @David_Hadwen.


Review: Milan Fashion Week

By Veronica Saroli (ArtSci ‘ 14)

Milan echoed the minimalism seen on New York and London runways and transformed it with an Eastern spin—a move that was perhaps inspired...Continue...

Why I Look Up To Jane Fonda

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Inspiration is found in the most unlikely places.

My experience with Jane Fonda exemplifies the dangers of making assumptions. Until recently,...Continue...

Experiencing The Magic Of BISC

By Katie Grandin (ArtSci ’14)

I’m sure I wasn’t the only eleven-year-old who woke up half-expecting a visit from a fluffy owl delivering my Hogwarts acceptance letter....Continue...

Out of the oven

There’s always something in the oven at Wolfe Island Bakery.Continue...

QJSex: Desire discrepancy

So you have this new beau/belle, and it’s been going great for the last couple of months or so, but lately you’ve been noticing it’s just ... different. Whether it’s them who doesn’t seem to be...Continue...

Exchange Diaries: Mumbai, India Part Six

By Jonny Klynkramer (ArtSci ' 14)

Technically, the reason I'm here in India is to study, and now that I've wrapped up my first semester I think it's about time I write...Continue...

Growing Up With Buddhism

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

I was born and raised in Lawrence Park, Toronto. I went to a local public school, wore Gap Kids clothing, rode a scooter and played with Barbies. But I...Continue...

DIY Nail Art

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

I’ve always found the concept of patterned nails to be a little daunting. Creating a faux-argyle print on the small surface of my pinky nail seemed...Continue...

Trilby's Tips On Surviving Midterms

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Midterms: That time of the year when sleep and assignments are put on the back-burner, and studying infiltrates your already busy day...Continue...

Combat camaraderie

Among fluorescent lights and punching bags, fighters touch gloves and start sparring.Continue...

Move Over, Tofu

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Most students are familiar with tofu, chickpeas, lentils and beans. As standard meat alternatives, they pack in protein and healthy carbohydrates....Continue...

Exchange Diaries: Ecuador Part Three

By Meaghan Wray (ArtSci ‘ 14)
Staff Writer

Living with any family, at times, proves difficult.
When I was a teenager, I was convinced my parents didn’t...Continue...

Greasy Hair? We've Got You Covered

By Olivia Hill (ArtSci ' 13)
Contributing Writer

You’ve hit the snooze button one too many times, it's 8:20 and you've got a class all the way over at Chernoff. With no time to...Continue...