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Ask before you tinker, Facebook

Whether or not it was technically legal, Facebook didn’t do good by their users when they conducted a recently released study.Continue...

Program revised

The Queen’s-Fudan exchange program is seeing a cultural shift.Continue...

Breathe—it’s just a piece of paper

If I had a dime for every time I’ve been stressed about school, upset that I wouldn’t achieve a higher grade, or surrounded by notes, textbooks, and lecture slides past 1 a.m., I’d be sitting somewhere on a yacht.Continue...

Hustle culture doesn’t make way for healthy habits

Hustle culture is a phenomenon that’s spread from the real world’s expectation of constant progress and success—a by-product of the American or Canadian dream—into the Internet, where it’s morphed and mutated and burst back out into the real world in a new, worse, form.Continue...

The ultimate first year survival guide

It’s September already, and while I’d rather be diving off the pier, we’re instead diving headfirst into Orientation Week.Continue...

A summer vibes to school grind transition manual

August truly is the Sunday of the summer.Continue...

Psychology of procrastination

As students, it’s safe to say most of us are all very familiar with procrastination. Whether you’ve fallen into its trap yourself, or you’ve seen it first hand from your housemates, procrastination is all around university campuses.Continue...

Talking Heads: What do you listen to while you study?

What do you listen to while you study?Continue...

Kingston’s hot spots

There are many hidden and not-so-hidden gems in Kingston — but it can be overwhelming to find them in your first term.Continue...

Terrorism not biggest threat

Canada’s critical infrastructure isn’t adequately safeguarded against terrorism and other threats, a Queen’s-affiliated study suggests.Continue...

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