Student life

Hot food not an option

Vendors report a loss in profits after being told to discontinue the sale of hot foods.Continue...

James Ready campaign targets students

Queen's was selected as one of six schools targeted by beer company James Ready's new advertising campaign.Continue...

On campus for the holiday

Students talk about Thanksgiving weekends spent in Kingston while their peers head home for a weekend with family.Continue...

Powwow points to problems

The fifth-annual educational powwow was celebrated on Saturday, focusing on promoting diversity amongst Aboriginal communities, although the theme isn’t one always seen at Queen’s, said Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre Director Janice Hill.Continue...

Student soldiers

Twenty-three Canadian Forces members are enrolled in undergraduate programs at Queen's.Continue...

Students seek similarities

Postscript explores the nature of friendship among university students.Continue...

Treat yourself

We should use self-care to combat the pressures of university hustle culture.Continue...

Education is not one size fits all—balance is key

Although it's essential to make lectures engaging, professors should not sacrifice effective teaching structures in the interest of “fun.”Continue...

Kingston’s best thrift shops

When you’re a student, tuition and textbooks can eat up your finances quickly, so shopping for other essentials—like clothing—can be difficult.Continue...

Whiskey business: new drinking guidelines are sobering

Canada’s new alcohol consumption guidelines are a rude awakening.Continue...

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