undergraduate review

Retrofuturism: Danika Watson discusses sci-fi artwork

Danika Watson, ArtSci ’21, integrates her passion for science and chemistry into her artistic practices.Continue...

Natasha Beaudoin talks Greek mythology as inspiration for her subversive paintings

For many artists, historical representations are meaningful sources of inspiration for new work.Continue...

Campus magazines navigate the impacts of COVID-19

As COVID-19 keeps students at home, campus publications are pivoting to reach readers.Continue...

Undergraduate Review to host art gallery pop-up

Queen’s oldest arts and literature publication, Undergraduate Review , ventures into new territory.Continue...

The Path to being published

Practice makes perfect, but for writers it’s not always that easy.Continue...

The Undergraduate Review's shaky start to the school year

The Undergraduate Review (UR) is the oldest arts publication on campus and is currently preparing for the release of its 30th volume.

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