Yours Creatively
Remembering Oscar de la Renta
Remembering Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta (1932-2014) “Every season I am inspired by women.” Yesterday, the world lost one of its creative and beautiful minds. Passing away at the age of 82, Oscar de la Renta blessed the world with over 50 years of amazing designs, inspired by women, and made to look and feel elegant. Over […]

Snaps for H0c0
Snaps for H0c0

Our Homecoming in Polaroids. Yours Creatively, Sophie Barkham, Online Editor Photography: Jaclyn Marcus, Riley Zuckerman, Hannah Davis, Rachel Wong, and Tiffany Tang

The Queen’s Uniform
The Queen's Uniform

Anyone who has ever stepped foot onto our beautiful campus has probably noticed three things: Herschel backpacks, Hunter boots, and Canada Goose jackets. While each of these clothing staples are very practical choices (I admit my Hunters keep my feet dry), sometimes it can feel a little repetitive walking down University Ave. How can one […]

How do you like to do it?
How do you like to do it?

…Thanksgiving. What did you think I meant? A compilation of my friends’ 2k14 meals: Gratitude is underrated. If we look around, we have so much to be thankful for. Yours Creatively, Sophie Barkham, Online Editor Photos: Emma Armstrong, Harrison McNaughtan, Leandra Guillet, Soraya Weaver, Rach Klein, Alex Gordon, Shelby Auburn, Jaclyn Sanscartier, Erika Misasi, Lauren Luchenski, Akhil […]

A Tasty Slice of History: Kingston’s Farmer’s Market
A Tasty Slice of History: Kingston’s Farmer’s Market

Only one month into school, I can officially say I am already over the homework, the boiling hot lecture halls, and, most importantly, the whole cooking for myself thing. Luckily enough, we have a great Farmer’s Market here in Kingston that offers a breath of fresh air and slows down the pace of students’ high-stress lifestyles. […]

Spotify, Heading North
Spotify, Heading North

In 2009, the music streaming service, Spotify, hinted that they might be interested in coming to Canada…and until very recently this remained nothing more than a tease. It was earlier this year that Spotify announced that they would be slowly rolling out beta invites to a select few Canadians, but it wasn’t until this week […]

Wanderlust: Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England
Wanderlust: Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England

            When I first signed up for a summer semester at the Bader International Study Center, I had no idea what I was really in for. Sure, the program was held in East Sussex, England, home to many a beautiful green field, and yes, classes took place in Herstmonceux Castle, […]

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 […]

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