Travel

The “Third World” isn’t your photo op

It’s a common sight on anyone’s Facebook news feed: photos of an acquaintance that travelled to the Global South and took numerous “selfies” with local children.Continue...

Staycationing suggestions

If you’re on a budget, the best vacations are the ones that don’t require you to go very far.Continue...

A look at the ethics of world travel

Ethical travel companies encourage tourists to look at the social and economic impact of their travelsContinue...

‘It was an ecstatic moment’: Queen’s sailing check-in

The Queen’s sailing team is a student organized varsity club that competes most weekends from September through November.Continue...

Making a van a home

For many, purchasing a home is the first sign you’ve made it in the world—and a home on four wheels is still a home.Continue...

Reconnecting with a loss can be a blessing

This is not a unique story.Continue...

Canada should invest in train transport

Canada isn’t a nation renowned for its public transportation, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try to improve it.Continue...

Exchange should be an opportunity for everyone

Queen’s has over 220 exchange partners in 55 countries with programs for students in every faculty. Some prospective students choose Queen’s for its breadth of opportunities to study abroad. For others, exchange isn’t a factor—but it should be.Continue...

Taylor Swift’s private jet isn’t the climate’s greatest enemy

It’s not all that often that celebrity and climate news intersect, but thanks to an investigation by sustainable marketing company Yard that has recently circulated, the impact of individual A-listers on the environment has been exposed in detail.Continue...

Getting home safely as a woman still isn’t guaranteed

As a woman, getting home safe after a night out is often a major cause of concern.

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