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The argument for fandom

Fandom. Sometimes it feels like a dirty secret, instead of something that’s actually a truly fulfilling part of my life.Continue...

Dear Diary, today I read you to a live studio audience

Nostalgia ran high at The Mansion on Saturday evening as brave souls approached the open mic, clutching their paperbound elementary school journals, their padlocked diaries, and their angst-ridden teenage poetry as the audience nodded and laughed along to the universal memory of being young.Continue...

Marching against a platform of hate

At 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 21, I gingerly crawled out of bed, trying not to wake my sleeping boyfriend as I went about getting ready for the Women’s March on Washington.Continue...

Go beyond “new year, new you”

How many of you made a New Year’s resolution this year?

Likely, many of us did. And like most things in Western society, they likely revolve around ourselves, our physical appearance or...Continue...

Students celebrate Pride

Buoyed by passion and support, the Kingston LGBTTIQQ2SA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, 2-Spirit, Allies) community celebrated Kingston Pride’s 25th anniversary.Continue...

Strides to Pride

In the midst of a snowstorm, midterms and final papers, there remains something to celebrate this month.Continue...

Mouthing off

Storytelling takes a new spin with Mouthy.Continue...

Humans Of Kingston

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

Meet Humans of Kingston, a visual census of Kingston aimed at conveying stories of local personalities through a photograph. Photographer Jonathon Reed...Continue...

Blogger with a cause

Passionate about the environment?

Check out greenbeansgrow.blogspot.ca , a blog created by Queen’s student Leslie Bothwell (ArtSci ’14). Leslie is...Continue...

Town-Gown relations slowly improve

A Monday night Town-Gown meeting at City Hall sought to increase positive communication between Queen’s and the City of Kingston.Continue...

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