Postscript

The best of Kingston

After another year has gone by, Postscript polled our readers to find our favourite spots to study, party, shop and more in the city.Continue...

Life lessons from Queen's University

Starting at Queen’s, everybody tells you that graduation will come sooner than you can imagine. But when you’re a nervous frosh juggling countless hours of new classes and commitments, the end seems like it couldn’t be further away. With less than two weeks of school left, leaving this place seems more impossible than ever.Continue...

Having an abortion doesn't need to be a horrific experience

I’m a girl from a Catholic family who went to church every Sunday. I attended Catholic school my whole young adult life. Consequently, I — like many other Queen’s students — grew up surrounded by people who believe abortion is murder.Continue...

Navigating mental illness, trauma and intimacy

Feeling even the slightest bit of love when you’re struggling with your mental health can reinstate value in yourself and your life. But it can also create a dependency on a person to define your self-worth.Continue...

Finding inspiration outside of normal confines

Despite living in a world where men dominate politics, engineering and other powerful societal roles, my own personal world growing up taught me to not think for a second that there was anything a woman couldn’t do.Continue...

Confusing my tennis ability with my masculinity

I’ve played a lot of traditional roles throughout my 19 years; I’ve been the angsty tween, the hard-working high schoolstudent, the sleep-through-my-classes university student. But the one role I could never quite fit into was that of a stereotypically “masculine” man.Continue...

The elephant in Goodes Hall

It’s missing that last shot when there are 20 seconds left in the game. It’s hearing the words, “You were an excellent candidate but unfortunately…” as a precursor to what’s sure to be a rejection email. It’s those slip-ups in an important presentation.Continue...

Pain will always be apart of my life

When I woke up last Sunday morning, I knew it was going to be bad.Continue...

Meditations on the potential dangers of smartphones

You’re waiting for the bus, walking to class, or lying in bed about to sleep — these brief moments to ourselves were once occupied with introspection, observation of our surroundings and reflections about who we are and what we feel.Continue...

An afternoon spent cleansing our chakras and seeing in the future

Shivani: When someone gives you the opportunity to find out about your future, whether you believe in the supernatural or not, are you really going to say no? That’s the mentality I had before going to local Kingston psychic Shadia Medium.Continue...

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