Volume 19 of the Undergraduate Review manages to avoid literary fragmentation and the lack of focus by incorporating poems that complement each other, but still offer a variety of different perspectives.
Of all the concert bills to make you re-think your spending tendencies and grudgingly decide to stay at home, wallowing in self-pity while watching a late-night broadcast of <em>Tomb Raider</em>, a campus battle of the bands wins with ease. Stereotypes run amuck when contemplating the sabotage of a perfectly fine weekday night: bad music, musicians in an identity crisis, entourages screaming idiotically and more bad music.
So this is it—the last time I’ll ever be able to vent my opinions about movies in the <em>Journal</em>. In celebration of this momentous occasion, I’ve compiled a list of what I consider the five best films that have been released during my time at Queen’s. If you’re in fourth year, then hopefully this will be an interesting compilation of cinematic wonders released in the last few years—and if you’re in any other year, then just deal with it.