Spring

Fashion trends to put a spring in your step

Spring is officially around the corner, and with the warmer weather comes a shift in fashion trends as we swap our puffy jackets and winter boots for lighter wear.Continue...

Staff Picks: Our favourite part of spring

The snow is melting, the birds are chirping, and the sun is peeking out at us from behind the clouds. This can only mean one thing: spring is finally here.Continue...

The history of spring break

The notorious, highly anticipated, and relatively new tradition of spring break (known as Reading Week at many Canadian schools) has become a symbol of North American university life.Continue...

Thank You Letter: The beginning of spring

When I stepped outside on the first official day of spring and felt a beam of sunlight warm my face, I knew things were looking up.Continue...

Previewing the best of Spring TV

Spring has sprung, and with it comes a host of new and old shows to grace our screens.Continue...

Stepping into spring in Kingston

As the school year comes to a close, you might be looking for some great ways to spend your final days in Kingston. Maybe you’re looking for ways to ramp up your summer stay in Kingston. Either way, we have you covered.Continue...

2016 spring fashion forecast

It’s 2016 and there’s a ‘New Year, New Me’ mentality floating around campus: The sweatpants have been tucked away, class attendance is up and the sun is shining bright. With a new year comes fresh fashion trends, and I’m here to give you the fashion forecast on what to wear for the next couple of seasons.Continue...

Spring jacket guide

A stylish springtime jacket is crucial for any outfit this time of year. We’re going be wearing one almost every day, so let’s face it: it has to be impressive. Here are a few spring jacket outfit ideas to inspire you.Continue...

Spring transition pieces

Sometimes it feels as if Canadian seasons jump right from winter to summer and back again, with very little transitioning. For this reason, it can be hard to justify investing in a spring...Continue...