The Power of Losing a Role Model

BY MAGGIE QUENNELL As kids, we always have these great big ideas of what we want to be when we grow up, and through those ideas, we find role models for ourselves. The spectrum of these role models ranges from television characters, professional athletes to an older brother or sister. As we get older the role models change, as we mature our choice in inspiration may … Continue reading The Power of Losing a Role Model

Tattoo Series I: The Best Ink on Campus

BY ANNA J. STAINSBY                                             ONLINE DIRECTOR   Tattoos are visual reminders of notable- and at times, intoxicated- moments in life. They’re a commitment to a permanent accessory that no one else has, and sometimes, that only you understand. While for some a tattoo is just that, more often than … Continue reading Tattoo Series I: The Best Ink on Campus

My Favourite Room on Campus

About a year ago, I was at an interview for a job at Queen’s— one of many hopefuls trying to scramble their way to the second round. The job required intimate knowledge of the university grounds, so one of the first questions was, “What is your favourite room on campus?” Embarrassingly, I was taken aback. An answer didn’t immediately present itself the way it should … Continue reading My Favourite Room on Campus