Halloween

Drop the slut talk

“I’m a mouse, duh.” Continue...

A grave history

When someone’s buried six feet under, it’s assumed they’re dead and gone.Continue...

The undead rise to the occasion

In case of a zombie apocalypse, Mark Asfar would use a crowbar, useful for opening doors, to
apply blunt force trauma to a zombie head.Continue...

The spookier, the better

Five teeth-chattering mysterious deaths of writers and artistsContinue...

What We're Listening To

It’s not all about dressing up as the Rich Kids of Instagram and Honey Boo Boo this Halloween.
The Journal reverts back to the basics and brings you creepy tunes for your celebrations.Continue...

Pop culture costumes

Find an alter ego with one of these six costumes from music and movies.Continue...

My encounter with the Kingston Pen’s notorious deceased employee

I’ve always had an interest in the supernatural. I used to hope that one day I’d see a ghost, or that some unexplainable thing would happen to me. Luckily, I got my chance when I worked as a tour guide for Canada’s most notorious prison: the Kingston Penitentiary.Continue...

How to have a sustainable Halloween

From costumes to candy to carving pumpkins, Halloween festivities can be full of single-use products that aren't so sustainable.Continue...

Asking for a Friend: Avoiding a Halloween party and navigating couple costumes

I’m Audrey Helpburn, The Journal’s resident advice-giver. I answer questions about love, friendship, school, and more to help Queen’s students put their best foot forward on and around campus.Continue...

Queen’s students share their personal ghost stories

In 2017, five of my friends and I moved into our new house to find we weren’t the only ones living there.Continue...

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