As a person staring down the beginning of fourth year, even as third year isn’t quite wrapped up, I’m slightly terrified. From my camp counsellors, to my older brother, to some of my best friends, I’ve always thought of fourth year as “old”, or at least “adult”. Alternatively, frosh, which once seemed old in its own right, seems younger and younger every year.

Maybe it’s because I’m aging (it most definitely is), but the difference between frosh year and fourth year is one that I don’t think just has to do with your age.

So in this, our final podcast of our first season, I sat down with our outgoing Editor in Chief, Lucie Quinlan, and one of our biz interns, Savvie Edirisinghe, to talk about what life looks like at two pivotal intersections of everyone’s Queen’s experience.