Review

AMS Summer in Review

As students flood Queen’s campus for yet another school year, they also fall under the wings of a new AMS student government. However, for President Tyler Lively, Vice President (Operations) Dave Walker and Vice President (University Affairs) Carolyn Thompson, work began in May.Continue...

Are you there, Queen’s theatre? It’s me, Nina.

Last year, I was given the opportunity to see a play to review it for an arts magazine on campus. The play was decent. Nothing too rave-worthy and nothing too disparagingly bad.Continue...

The Room: the worst movie of all time

When you attend a live screening of The Room, you embark on a communal journey through the wholly unapologetic and self-indulgent brainchild of Tommy Wiseau.Continue...

The Franchise Awakens

It would take a very cosmic force to get me to see a movie more than once in theatres. The dark side of ticket prices has held power over my student budget for too long. But this Christmas, all bets were off. The newest instalment of the Star Wars saga was coming to town — The Force Awakens.Continue...

What we're reading: Mindy Kaling's Why Not Me?

Mindy Kaling’s latest book, Why Not Me? just landed the number one spot on The New York Times Best Sellers List, and it’s well-deserved.Continue...

Music outside the box

St. Patrick’s Day festivities weren’t enough to keep performers away from their craft at The Artel.Continue...

Out of this world music

Bringing his international “The Ephemeral Prince Tour” to The Grad Club, Halifax native Rich Aucoin delivered a high-energy dance pop performance, on Wednesday.Continue...

A new spin on an old classic

Two actresses put on larger-than-life performances in an unconventional play rendition of Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice.Continue...

Love is Louder shows heart

In his newest album, Love is Louder (Part 1 & 2) , singer-songwriter Craig Cardiff brings us the best of both worlds.Continue...

Eccentric art exhibition

Abstract structural elements paired with a bizarre colour scheme make Three Snap Snare a thought-provoking exhibit.Continue...

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