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Carolyn Flanagan


Art for awareness

By Carolyn Flanagan, Assistant Blogs Editor

As a part of Aboriginal Awareness Week, two Aboriginal artists will speak at Union Gallery.

Stop watching

By Carolyn Flanagan, Assistant Blogs Editor

Reality television that portrays people in unflattering situations isn’t a new phenomenon. In recent years though, shows that document people’s strange, erratic behaviour have seen tremendous viewership.

Student Ghetto through the years

By Clare Clancy and Carolyn Flanagan, Journal Staff

The student-populated area East of McGill’s campus was called “the McGill Ghetto” before Queen’s adopted the term.

Dog problems

By Carolyn Flanagan, Assistant Blogs Editor

A review of King's Town Players new comedy Sylvia.

Limestone tribute

By Carolyn Flanagan, Assistant Blogs Editor

The Good Lovelies embark on their holiday tour.

‘Liquor, sincerity, insane work ethic’

By Carolyn Flanagan, Assistant Blogs Editor

White Cowbell Oklahoma brings back the chainsaws and nudity.

TD Pump It Up Concert

By Caitlin Choi, Carolyn Flanagan and Justin Chin, Journal Staff

Queen’s won the TD Music Experience free concert last month by out-voting McMaster on the company’s Facebook poll. Around 800 students showed up to see B.o.B., Mother Mother and the Team Canada DJ’s tear it up at the all-ages event.

Change the subject

By Carolyn Flanagan, Assistant Blogs Editor

Students love to commiserate with each other. During midterm season, bumping into a friend automatically means listening to a list of assignments, tests, presentations and commitments. It’s true; it’s a crazy time of year. But don’t assume you’re the only ...

Alternative frosh weeks offer other options

By Carolyn Flanagan, Assistant Blogs Editor

Kingston’s Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) hosts an alternative Frosh Week for students who don’t necessarily identify with Queen’s culture.

Council candidates weigh in

By Carolyn Flanagan and Jake Edmiston , Journal Staff

The Journal talks to candidates in surrounding districts about Queen’s, Town-Gown relations and student issues.