Food

Subscription boxes: are they right for you?

Overwhelming is an understatement when it comes to the vast selection of high-end products out there. Online subscription boxes offer an unique shopping experience for those wanting to sample...Continue...

A detour through Prince Edward County

By Jessica Chong
Blogs Editor

It’s often you’ll find yourself on Highway 401 hoping for the shortest trip home from Kingston to Toronto. The weekend after I had finished exams...Continue...

A gluttony-free Thanksgiving

Ask any of my friends and they’ll tell you I’m no Martha Stewart.Continue...

Steer Clear of the Summer 15


So you think you survived the Freshman 15? Well, meet its counterpart: the Summer 15. Though cafeteria food may be behind us, summertime has its fair share of indulgences. Be it BBQs,...Continue...

Food culture on campus part two: Queen’s Hillel Shabbat dinner

By Carolyn Flanagan
Assistant Blogs Editor

Four times a semester, Queen’s Hillel hosts a traditional Shabbat Dinner at the Hillel House, located at 124 Centre St.

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Eat close to home

Generations ago, enjoying a fresh strawberry sundae required patience until the next growing season. We take the availability of produce for granted without considering that several decades ago, eating summer fruit in winter was a luxury.Continue...

Market expands on campus

The first farmer’s market at Queen’s was held five years ago outside Stauffer Library with eight vendors. This year, the market has 20.Continue...

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