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INTRODUCING: Josef Salvat
INTRODUCING: Josef Salvat

Today’s Music Monday features an artist that you just need to know about. Josef Salvat is an Australian-born, London singer/songwriter who offers beautiful, thought-provoking lyrics with subtle, melodic beats. His newly released E.P, In Your Prime, is a hidden gem, with no weak spots. Every single song is unique, and provides a rich quality that […]

Fashion Month: The Mediocre, Meh, and Magnificent
Fashion Month: The Mediocre, Meh, and Magnificent

Well, the first week of Fashion Month has passed in a blur of Instagram posts and endless WhoWhatWear articles. Now, I’m here to give you the low down. You may be wondering what this “Fashion Month” is that I speak of; “Fashion Month” is the general chaos that happens in the fashion world throughout the month […]

#yung n #free n…bucket hats?
#yung n #free n...bucket hats?

Bucket hats confuse me. A lot. I think little, boyish, 7-year-old me owned a baby blue bucket hat from the Gap once upon a much more innocent time, but I cannot honestly say that I think they look remotely attractive on any human being over the age of 12. I noticed, however, that bucket hats […]

Music Monday: Walk it Off
Music Monday: Walk it Off

  With the start of school, comes something every Queen’s student faces: the commute. In other words, the dreaded trek from your humble abode, to campus, and all the way back. As fall approaches, MUSE has been itching to add more music to our roster. And what better way to start our venture into the […]

Cheap Kingston Eats You’ve (Probably, Likely) Never Heard Of
Cheap Kingston Eats You’ve (Probably, Likely) Never Heard Of

Mission Street North The abrupt end that came to Burrito Amigo in 2013 saw El Asador, at Princess Street and Brock Street; reign in, once again, as Kingston’s burrito king. However, last summer Mission Street North entered the scene, bringing with them a fresh, passionate take on the Mexican food game. They now serve up […]

How to Bow a Tie
How to Bow a Tie

So you’re headed somewhere fancy and you need to dress to impress. It might be a high tea, casino night, or a Janelle Monáe concert—whatever the reason, you’ve decided the only item appropriate for the occasion is: the bow tie. The only problem is that you have no idea how to tie the damn thing. […]

In Our Own Backyard: The Vault Music Festival
In Our Own Backyard: The Vault Music Festival

Frosh Week: for some, it is a weeklong event intended to help ease the transition into the social and academic environment of University. For others, it is a 168-hour excuse to party, and fill the days with shenanigans and fun. Last week, a new addition was made to my list of Frosh Week Musts: The Vault […]

First Day Fashion
First Day Fashion

I love walking around the campus on the first day of school.  If you look closely past the nervous jitters and hoards of lost frosh, you’ll notice that everyone always looks kickass. It’s no coincidence that students are always dressed their best, showing off their latest summer purchases, or their classic go-to outfit. And why […]

MUSE X Your Summer Playlist
MUSE X Your Summer Playlist

The mid-point in summer is coming all-too quickly. If you’re like us, you’ll want to squeeze out every ounce of summer from your four-month sabbatical. Luckily, MUSE has put together a playlist for all your summer wants and needs: from the poolside and fireside to Osheaga road trips. This playlist was compiled and curated by […]

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