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...

Photographing our quarantine

Inspired by the Ryersonian ’s recent photo essay, in which four students were each given a disposable camera and had to document their day, the Lifestyle section sought to do the same at Queen’s. Then, the spread of coronavirus shut down the University and just about everything else.Continue...

Student Superheroes: Friends who do it all

You don’t need to watch every Avengers movie to know that most superheroes keep their identities secret.Continue...

Quarantine and chill?

For many students at Queen’s, the past few days have been a whirlwind of packing, moving, and self-isolating in the wake of Canada’s growing COVID-19 pandemic.Continue...

An early farewell to residence

The first-year residence experience has come to an abrupt halt—residence is asking those who are able to leave by March 22 due to the spread of Coronavirus , and most students are already packing their bags and heading home.Continue...

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