Join TimmyG as he learns about the life and musical careers of Daughters of the King, a Gospel trio with a compelling and beautiful sound.
One Slide. One Pitch. One Outstanding Research Project-Amanda Brissenden, 3MT, and Cutting Edge Graduate Studies at Queen’s
Amanda Brissenden, PhD Candidate in Chemical Engineering and winner of this year’s Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Queen’s University joins us today. Brissenden discusses her research inspirations, process, and achievements thus far and sheds light on her experience with and participation in the 3MT competition. Brissenden will be competing April 17th 2019 at the provincial 3MT competition hosted this year at McMaster University. Good luck Amanda!!! Photo courtesy of the Queen’s Gazette featuring Amanda Brissenden (centre) with School of Graduate Studies Dean Fahim Qadir (left) and Principal Daniel Woolf (right) following her 3MT win at Queen’s.
Dr. Ian Garner, Academic Skills Outreach Coordinator with Student Academic Success Services at Queen’s University joins us for this episode. We chat about the services SASS offers all Queen’s students throughout the year and focus on tips and resources to study and thrive during exam season at the university. For more information on the wealth of resources, including one on one peer support, visit the SASS website!
In this very special episode, Taylor is away so the show goes rouge! Mike is joined by Screening in Kingston’s Star Trek correspondent Tyler as the two talk about the world of Star Trek focusing on the 13 movies spanning from 1979 until 2016. If you’re a trekkie this episode is for you, if you are not this episode is a good starting point into this vast world!
Solomon wants to eliminate anyone older than 18 from the human race, Jeremy wants to get a table at The Brass, special guest Brendan Robson wants legalize cigarettes indoors, Carter tryies to steal the idea of vending machines, and Steven invents a religion based around money laundering.
First hour featuring, from the March 12th Creative Writing at Queen’s University reading in their series held in Watson Hall Room 517, you’ll hear Iain Reid first reading from his 2 latest books, I’m Thinking of Ending Things and Foe to begin the hour, and then the Q&A that followed. That Q&A runs several minutes into the 2nd hour. Carolyn Smart hosts that series. Second hour featuring, you’ll hear the final few minutes of Iain Reid’s Q&A, and then from the March 5th ‘and the journey continues’ open mic reading in that monthly series, you’ll hear readings by Judith Popiel, Erin Boyce, Sasha Hill, and Ken Chin.
We’re playing songs about thinking on WAFFLES! this week, ranging from stone cold ’80s pop classics to Tom Waits free association, to Jean “Cold Chicken!” Leloup singing in English. Free romance advice for Rufus Wainwright! This is a WAFFLES! not to be missed! WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Think of One :: Thelonius Monk If You Think You’re Lonely Now :: Bobby Womack Think of Anything :: Mammal Hands Thinking Out Loud :: Ron Sexsmith The Ballad of Poor John Henry :: Cuff the Duke Thinking About :: Royal Wood Think For a Minute :: The Housemartins I Think the Answer’s Yes :: The Beautiful South Absolute Beginners :: The Jam As I Wind Down the Pines :: The Tragically Hip Thinking About Us :: Gord Downie I Think It’s Going to Rain Today :: Randy Newman Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right :: Bob Dylan Elevator Operator :: Courtney Barnett Jericho :: Rufus Wainwright You’ve Changed :: Ladytron I Think I’m Paranoid :: Garbage I Think I Might Possible Be Indecisive But I’m Not Sure :: Jaymz Bee Think About You :: Jean LeLoup Toy Guns :: Tokyo Police Club Keep on Thinkin’ :: Sloan Think of You :: Continue Reading
Whenever you hear the name, you think of someone who is always promoting the City. VINNIE REBELO has spent most of his life in the hospitality industry. These days, he helps promote and manage the Kingston Pen Tours. This episode was recorded inside the historic institution. Music in this episode: “Hold Back the River” / Miss Emily / LP – “In Between”
Solomon and Carter team up to create a lame camp, Jeremy revolutionizes dollar beers, and Steven has whippits on the brain…
In episode 29, our team takes a look back at teen movies from 1995 (Clueless) to 2001 (Not Another Teen Movie) with a special focus on 1999! This year marks the 20th Anniversary for teen movies such as American Beauty, American Pie, 10 Things I Hate About You, She’s All That, Cruel Intentions, and Varsity Blues! Mike and Taylor are joined again by Reelout Executive Director Matt Salton as they look back on the movies of their youth, giving short reviews and their general thoughts on how these movies have stood the test of time….if they have….