Movember

A beard, a mustache and a bond

There’s no secret beard society on campus, but there might as well be.Continue...

Attack points, not person

On Nov. 7, an editorial published in the Concordia Link criticized the charitable initiative of Movember. The opinion piece, by Link copy editor Alex Manley, was based on unsubstantiated facts and demeaning rhetoric.Continue...

How Movember changed my attitude about my Asperger’s

When November rolls around, many people are left wondering what Movember is and why a bunch of guys are trying to grow mustaches (even though sometimes, they can’t).Continue...

How to style your Movember ‘stache

People across the world are growing out their mustaches in support of No Shave November and the Movember foundation, which helps to raise awareness for men’s health issues.

In the Queen’s...Continue...

How the Movember Foundation became most effective promoter of men’s mental health

On Oct. 10, the Movember Foundation released a campaign called “Man of More Words” along with a short video stressing the importance of vocal mental health support.Continue...

Growing back the 'stach

Like our GPAs, the leaves are falling, the light at the end of midterms is in sight, Starbucks holiday cups litter Stauffer desks and across campus, lip hair is beginning to sprout — it’s Movember.Continue...

Stylin' the 'stache

When it comes to mustaches, there’s a thin line between looking like an 80s porn star and a dapper gentleman.Continue...

Post-Movember ’staches: grow or no?

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Alex Watt, ArtSci ‘15

Thinking about ditching that Movember ‘stache? Before picking up the razor, consider the benefits of...Continue...

QJSex: Get to know your prostate

By now you’ve probably spotted the evidence of Movember on Queen’s campus, as a plethora of mustaches have begun to sprout. Even though Movember raises funds to fight prostate cancer, it’s a lot...Continue...

Don’t be afraid to turn out the lights

A Q&A with Timber Timbre.Continue...