Arts

Give art a chance

There are a ton of phenomenal film and theatre opportunities coming out of Queen’s these days — but it’s up to students to get involved and value the arts community.Continue...

Kingston's Multicultural Festival showcases art from a diverse range of cultures

Kingston held its fifth annual Multicultural Arts Festival (KMAF) at Confederation Park on Sunday, a refreshing event abundant with food, music and community booths of all kinds.Continue...

Suspension needs explanation

Queen’s decision to suspend admissions to the Bachelor of Fine Arts program has left a significant number of questions unanswered. Students deserve a thorough explanation that includes the administration’s plan for the program’s future.Continue...

MUSE hosts Tiny Desk concert

On Oct. 1, MUSE hosted their first ever Tiny Desk Concert at Clark Hall Pub and the turnout
was remarkable.Continue...

Smokii Sumac talks poetry, identity, and Queen’s Writer’s Residency

Tucked away in Elgin, Ontario, Smokii Sumac spent two weeks at Queen’s Biological Station (QUBS)—the university’s wildlife research centre—in the company of two well-established Canadian authors.Continue...

Kingston’s best places to catch live music

Whether you’re a seasoned Kingston veteran or an incoming first-year student, knowing the top venues to catch live music is key to having a great time in the Limestone City.Continue...

Queen's Players summer show navigates the multiverse

Queen’s Players performed their summer show on July 20 at The Mansion.Continue...

A snapshot of Queen’s photographers

Photographs are a foundational part of the modern human experience.Continue...

‘Stranger Things’ is growing up

When Netflix released the first season of Stranger Things back in 2017, the world immediately fell in love with the show’s endearing cast of quirky characters.Continue...

Review: ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

From opening with a pony-tailed Benedict Cumberbatch outrunning a fire demon to closing with a third eye appearing on the titular superhero’s forehead, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is one of the weirdest entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).Continue...

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