February 2015

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...

TOP TEN REASONS TO SEE VCFS 2015 1.THE CHARITY: All of the proceeds from the show and our social events go directly to our charity, Jack.org. Jack.org is a Queen’s University homegrown initiative and was founded in 2010 as the legacy of Jack Windeler, a...

Fifty Shades of Nope In popular culture, it seems that while some phenomena come and go quickly with the changing trends, there seems to be others that we just can’t quite shake off. Select films, books, and music become virtually unavoidable, and arouse such interest in...

The Oscars: Surprised? When the 2015 Academy Award nominations were released there were some pretty big surprises. Highly anticipated nominations for movies such as Gone Girl, Foxcatcher and The Lego Movie were snubbed, while American Sniper was given no fewer than six, including best picture, best...

MUSE NEWS February 22 Canadian designer takes to the runways in Paris. Born in Jordan and raised in Canada, Rad Hourani is a 32-year-old designer with no formal training, braving the sought after runways in Paris. As both the first ever Canadian and only designer...

Reinventing Your Look: From Teenage to Twenties Graduating from high school is bittersweet for most. Some people can’t wait to spend the next year living in the unofficial Queen’s University uniform of sweatpants, Uggs, and a tricolor sweatshirt; but school style doesn’t always have to be...

Valentine’s Day, a day about celebrating love and joy and togetherness, so… WHY ARE YOU SO STRESSED?! Relax already! You didn’t make plans, so what? You don’t have a significant other to cuddle up with, so what? V-Day can still be super fun whether it’s with...