Culture

Inappropriate appropriation

Cultural appropriation — and what it looks like — is a good thing to be cognizant of before dressing up this Halloween.Continue...

Overt to covert

In January, I wore a hijab for 18 days. I'm a non-Muslim woman, but I wanted to conduct a social experiment to experience what it's like to cover on a daily basis.Continue...

Proudly indigenous

Ashley Maracle didn’t wear a cap and gown to her convocation. Instead, she wore her traditional Mohawk regalia.Continue...

A day of misfortune

Proceed with caution and hope luck is on your side today — it’s Friday the 13th.Continue...

Anticipating the dead

Tim Bailey wants to break down sometimes, but he knows he can’t.Continue...

The power behind a profane tongue

Sometimes a good “fuck you” is all you need.Continue...

It all boils down to the bubbles

With three downtown locations, it’s clear that Kingston is witnessing the rise of a student favourite. It isn’t a soda or a new gourmet coffee creation — it’s a quaint mix of juice, tea and sometimes milk.Continue...

New Pakistani Student’s Association brings Pakistan to Queen’s

The Pakistani Student’s Association (PSA) is a new student group dedicated to celebrating Pakistani customs and culture at Queen’s.Continue...

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and the genius of the multiverse

Amongst the broad multiplicity of the film’s scenes and themes, the ties between the multiverse and the experiences of immigrants stood out.

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is what it says on the tin: a wonderful cavalcade of colour and sound, paired with acting and directing stellar enough to send the audience on a journey through the multiverse.Continue...

The ‘Toronto girl’ lifestyle can seep into Queen’s culture

Toronto has always represented the big city lifestyle I’ve dreamed of embodying. In my mind, it’s the closest Canadians can get to New York City.Continue...

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