Campus life

Caffeine craze

Three million, five hundred thousand.

That’s how many cups of coffee were consumed at Hospitality Services retail, dining and catering outlets on campus last year – and that’s not including the three Tim Hortons outlets.Continue...

Miller Museum houses ancient finds

Features looks at the history of the on-campus museum in Miller Hall.Continue...

Responsible student journalism extends to covering difficult truths

People attending public protests on campus shouldn’t be surprised if their photo appears in the student paper, especially if they’re at the center of the action.Continue...

Work hard…work more?

A work hard, play hard mentality might be the norm for a university student, but in the workforce, “play hard” is more of an irresponsible drain on the economy than a necessary balance to working.Continue...

Opportunities beyond the books

By now, you’ve probably heard of the numerous extracurricular activities you can be a part of at Queen’s. But with over 450 to choose from — how do you know which ones you’ll enjoy?Continue...

Discussing alcohol

A new draft for an updated Queen’s alcohol policy is slated to be developed this fall.Continue...

Alcohol review looks at changing campus bars

The draft for a new Queen’s alcohol policy, which will result in more restrictions for on-campus pubs and residences, will soon be finalized.Continue...

Campus concert revived

This year’s Frosh Week concert is returning to Queen’s campus following unanimous approval from Kingston city council.Continue...

A wedding fit for Queen’s

Every summer Queen's holds weddings for faculty and alumni on campus.Continue...