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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...

Queen’s HOCO is more than a party

Homecoming (HOCO) is, first and foremost, a football game. But for many Queen’s students, the HOCO experience is a big party.Continue...

Fall fashion on a budget

This fall, fashion trends will transition from pastels, crop tops, and linen to warmer hues, layers, and knit sweaters.Continue...

In conversation with Paper Ladies

The Journal met up with up-and-coming rockers and long-time friends, Paper Ladies, to talk about their washy sound, musical idols, and future aspirations, which may include a food truck.Continue...

Clark’s festival fever

Just when you thought festival season was over, Clark Hall Pub hosted Clarkapaloozaroosheagastock— a mouthful of a music festival — on Saturday night.Continue...

Wage equity worth a look inward

A university that doesn’t acknowledge it may have a gender wage gap is trying hard not to see what’s blindingly obvious to the rest of us.Continue...

Student Affairs undermine NAD

The AMS is concerned that the University is encroaching on the mandate of the student-run Non-Academic Discipline system (NAD) at Queen’s.Continue...

Student Affairs undermine NAD

The AMS is concerned that the University is encroaching on the mandate of the student-run Non-Academic Discipline system (NAD) at Queen’s.Continue...

Film with a focus

A topic, a camera and 72 hours.Continue...