Journal photographers followed AMS, ResSoc and faculty election candidates this week to capture the commotion, elation and devastation. In the span of 24 suspenseful hours, winners were crowned — all while an unforeseen delay made this an election to remember.
A look at the students of Twisted as they attempt their own brand of aerial arts like trapeze and silks.
Synchronized swimming Jan. 13 at the ARC.
A look at the antique and vintage items inside the downtown Kingston store.
A sea of purple descended on the patio surrounding Clark Hall Pub and the Campus Bookstore late this morning as first-year engineering students took part in the annual jacket slamming event.
Photos from King’s Town Players’ production of Night of the Living Dead
Joel Plaskett, David Myles and Kurt Vile strummed to audiences at their respective gigs
Journal staff writer Jessica Munshaw outlines the steps for three simple and stylish do-it-yourself pieces
Arguably the best known and well loved DJ in the world, Benassi’s visit to Stages on Wednesday night brought out …
The snowstorm outside did little to quell the spirits and celebrations last night. Journal photographers Christine Blais and Justin Tang …
Braids brought their sonic bubbles to the Grad Club on Friday, hypnotizing crowds with fellow Montréal post-rockers Cherry Chapstick.
Journal photographers Christine Blais and Justin Tang capture the excitment of the 26th Annual BEWIC Sports Day. The ARC was …
Strang’s piece Splinters, and the dirt under my nails is showing in the project room of Union Gallery until Feb …
The Queen’s Student Opera Company takes Georges Bizet’s Carmen into the 20th Century, bringing the tale of flirtacious Carmen and …
The drama department re-imagines A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a multi-century, mohawked and safety-pinned context
Last week, Tone Deaf celebrated its ninth year of bringing experimental sound art to eager festival attendees in Kingston