summer

Skin cancer scares

Students and community groups are cracking down on tanning bed use, and local salons are feeling
the pressure.Continue...

Reasons to spend a summer in Kingston

Since it’s summer job application season, many students are wondering whether to head home for the break or stay in Kingston.Continue...

Photo essay: A picture-perfect tour of Lake Louise

When I set out looking for a summer job, I didn’t plan on living in a postcard. As it turns out, pleasant surprises are a reality.Continue...

Re-learning the simple rules of friendship

Last summer, I embarked on a five-week educational trip to Baie-Saint-Paul, Québec—a town an hour north from the province’s capital, Quebec City.Continue...

Journal staff’s songs of the summer

While music charts may have already announced the best-selling song of the summer, staff at The Journal have picked out their own summer anthems. Here are the songs some of our staff were listening to all summer long.Continue...

How to bring summer to Queen's

Just because your time away from school is over, and the weather is getting cooler, doesn’t mean you should let the fall blues kick in. Here are four ways for you to keep living out your summer vibes while gearing up for the school year.Continue...

Photo Essay: Summer in Kingston

The Journal captured some photos to give a glimpse into what summer looks like in Kingston—before the city is covered in leaves and beer cans.Continue...

Talking Heads: What do you think of the World Cup?

“I’m annoyed when people ask because I don’t watch it.” Songyang Zhoue Con-Ed ‘19 “It’s a great spectacle of sport.”William Hodgson-WalkerArtSci ‘19 “It’s fun to go out for beers and watch it.”...Continue...

How to get the ‘summer look’ without the beach

According to social media, the arrival of summer means we should all be chilling on a rooftop patio, tanning on a beach, travelling around the world or lounging at a cottage. But this isn’t really the reality for most university students.Continue...

How to fill a plan-free summer

If the question, “So, what are you doing this summer?” fills you with dread, you’re not alone. In fact, plenty of Queen’s students find themselves with nothing to do between the winter and fall...Continue...

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