LIFESTYLE

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...

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...

Feel like thrifting? Shopping can be thrilling, but on the other hand it can be stressful and cause you to weep quietly when you open your bank account. Either way, it’s something we do all the time. Now, I want to talk about something that I, personally...

Winter Whites Five Simple Ways to Incorporate White into Your Winter Wardrobe: Most know by now that wearing white is acceptable post Labour Day, although most don’t know how to wear the shade appropriately in the winter. Colour is key. When wearing heavy whites (coats, sweaters, etc.), shades...

Winter Craft Beers In the past few years, craft beers have taken the world by storm. Rising from the depths of the basements of microbreweries and brewpubs, to dominating the mainstream spotlight and capturing the hearts of beer-drinkers all over the globe. But what exactly is...

I Am Not My “Disorder” Perfection: a word that was once the bane of my existence. Nothing was acceptable unless it reached that impossible standard. Whether it was my grades, my relationships, or the way I looked, I could not settle until they were all perfect....

Where will you take your MUSE? Bonjour! Ciao! Hello! A new day brings a new language- that’s life on exchange for you. After three weeks of settling into the beautiful Bordeaux, France, I made my first of many trips around Europe. My first stop was Brussels, Belgium...

It’s officially the dead of winter, and if your hair and skin aren’t seriously feeling the effects of the weather right now, you’re probably not a real person, and this isn’t the post for you. For all the chap-lipped, flake-skinned, dry-haired, dandruff-permeated folks on campus (and...

Where can you find porcelain (probably haunted) dolls, typewriters, and maps older than Betty White all under the same roof? The answer to that would be Antique Alley. Located a short walk from the LCBO on the south end of Princess St. is Kingston’s one, and only...