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What’s Too Late, Drake?
What’s Too Late, Drake?

What’s Too Late, Drake? Drake stealthily pulled a “Beyoncé” and with no warning dropped his mixtape “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late”, on the six-year anniversary of his mixtape “So Far Gone”. However, “So Far Gone” was filled with a lot more passion, complex hooks, and rhymes, many are saying that “If You’re Reading […]

The Return of Girls
The Return of Girls

Girls finally returned a few weeks ago after a nearly year long hiatus, and I’ve never been more excited to watch the train wreck that is the combination of Hannah, Marni, Jessa, and Shoshanna. If you’re on that very sad and very non inclusive of cable student budget like I am, you also have to […]

Street Style Queen’s: Winter Edition
Street Style Queen’s: Winter Edition

Street- Style Queen’s: Winter Edition When the temperature drops, the last thing we want to do is crawl out of our warm beds and trudge across campus to our 8:30 classes. On most days, there is a strong temptation to throw on a hoodie and a pair of sweats. And the idea of looking like […]

Music Monday: Spring Break 4ever
Music Monday: Spring Break 4ever

Music Monday: Spring Break 4ever If you like piña coladas, and good times, this playlist is for you! Fresh remixes and classic feel good tunes to get pumped for tomorrow!Twist and shout here: https://soundcloud.com/muse-magazine-1/sets/musexspringbreak4everSee ya’ll at Fluid, kids. Tiffany Tang, Music Editor Graphic: Tiffany Tang  

MUSE News March 1
MUSE News March 1

MUSE NEWS March 1, 2015 Kanye Expresses Himself. Kanye had an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe and spoke openly about many things, but shared a little less on other topics. Kanye expressed his passion for design and shed some tears when he talked about the passing of fashion icon Louise Wilson. Kanye opened […]

Jean Michael Basquait: You Should Go
Jean Michael Basquait: You Should Go

The AGO Has a Jean Michael Basquait Exhibition and You Should Go: I didn’t have any plans to leave the country this break, but going to the AGO’s ‘Now is the Time’ Basquait exhibition felt like I left the earth in all honesty. Jean Michael Basquait was a New York artist in the eighties who […]

Seizing Opportunities
Seizing Opportunities

Seizing Opportunities: Queen’s Media and Journalism Conference The transition from being a student to becoming a part of an industry can be a challenging one. I know I speak for many students when I say that I have, at times, felt limited by my program. Academic experience within the confines of a classroom is one […]

Theatre: Gatsby, Oh Gatsby
Theatre: Gatsby, Oh Gatsby

The opulence and splendor of the 1920s are gone. A world that was built on the chasm between high and low class has now fallen faster than stock prices in the crash of ’29. In this world, there are those who have managed to grip tightly to their riches to scrape by, and there are […]

Bands @ The Brooklyn: Busty and the Bass
Bands @ The Brooklyn: Busty and the Bass

Bands @ The Brooklyn: Busty and the Bass Making the trek through Kingston’s icy, and snow-covered sidewalks to The Brooklyn last Thursday night was undoubtedly worth the experience of seeing Montreal’s high energy, electro-funk band Busty and the Bass. The band’s nine members: Nick, Chris, Scott, Eric, Evan, Mike, Milo, Louis, and Julian, are in […]

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