Queen's University Student Magazine


Rewatching Lizzie McGuire as an Adult

I don’t remember a time in my early childhood where I wasn’t completely obsessed with Lizzie McGuire. When I wasn’t watching Lizzie fumble her way through her middle school I was listening to Hillary Duff”s (aka Lizzie, aka my queen) Metamorphosis on repeat. It cannot be argued that Hillary Duff did not own the early 2000’s.

Netflix Shows for Every Mood

Ah, Fall. The time of year when we can comfortably binge-watch Netflix under the glow of strategically-placed Christmas lights that make our rooms so cozy. The time of year when we can stop going out and spend our free time in our sweats and favourite hoodies instead. Sometimes, picking a new show to binge-watch is too overwhelming. To make your Fall Netflix days as easy as possible, here are some shows to watch based on how you’re feeling. A Netflix mood-ring if you will.

Theatre Talks: The Servant of Two Masters

Last Thursday night was awesome. All credit is due to my experience watching a hilarious play with a fantastic set, great costumes, cool musical interludes, and characters that I couldn’t…

Love, and the Pitfalls of Netflix

I know, I know— reading the words “the pitfalls of Netflix” makes you think the horror. Believe me, I am definitely a big fan of having endless television and movies…

“The Life of Pablo” Album Review

It’s been 3 years since Kanye released the polarizing and critically acclaimed Yeezus. Filled with industrial grit, frustration, and unrelenting ego, Yeezus was a picture of a man who was…

5 Thoughts on Our Generation’s Feminist Manifesto

If you’ve ever encountered, willingly or unwillingly, Beyoncé’s “Flawless,” then you’re familiar with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie— Nigerian author, activist, and, dare I say it, definitive feminist of our time. Queen…