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Has Facebook changed the politics of relationships?

As of late, Facebook has gained some notoriety over its privacy policies – particularly about how it has been allowing third-party applications to access the personal information of its users.  However, we have to question whether our very use of Facebook negates our claims to want for privacy. Imagine, if you will, relationships as defined […]

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Mantlegate, Revisited.

Apparently Queen’s holds a grudge. At least, the buildings on campus do. For those of you who are unaware, in late fall of 2008 the Queen’s Arts & Science Undergraduate Society President, Jacob Mantle, a then-3rd year Politics student, commented “I like your Taliban picture” on friend’s Facebook photo. The photo showed two girls wearing […]

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Dear Diary

When did we start to trust the Internet? In a conversation with a fellow Politics student this evening, the topic of former blogs was brought up. ” If you were expecting a soul quenching diary of my romantic history, you’re in for quite a disappointment,” he said.  Well, I was quick to mention that my […]

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Capitol Hill Barbie: Gone for good or just getting going?

The United States’ very own Capitol Hill Barbie announced earlier this week that she would be abandoning her position as governor of Alaska.  While this is not altogether surprising, given the ongoing media frenzy surrounding her antics and those of her children, one has to wonder whether Sarah Palin is gone for good or just […]

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Back to Basics

So, I guess this is where the blog gets a bit personal and I say goodbye to my Womens Studies project. The point of university is to grow up; to expand your horizons; to become the person you weren’t all through high school and your earlier life.  What I’ve realized is that it is sometimes […]

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Capitol Hill Barbie

Earlier this year, I took a Media & Politics course.  For my final paper – in the thick of the US Presidential campaigns – I wrote about how female politicians are portrayed by the media.  I was not at all surprised to discover that female politicians are questioned most often NOT on their policies and […]

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Cougars

I have a confession.  A dirty little secret.  I have become a cougar.  What, you may ask, is a cougar?  Colloquially, it is a woman who preys on younger men.  I can’t say this is a habit of mine, but having met and been flirting with a guy just about a year and a half […]

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