Newly Established Electronic Music Society Seeks to Train Aspiring DJs

BY JOE GILSON A new society has started up with the hope of bringing Queen’s students into the wonderful world of electronic music. The EMS (Electronic Music Society) will cater to those of beat-centric minds and aspirations of DJing in their hearts. Founded recently by Sonic Arts student and electronic music enthusiast, Sydney Bull, theContinue reading “Newly Established Electronic Music Society Seeks to Train Aspiring DJs”

Kurt Cobain Day in Bloom

By Matthew Law Thursday, February 20th will see Aberdeen, Washington celebrate the first ever Kurt Cobain Day on what would have been the late singer’s 47th birthday. Mayor of Aberdeen, Bill Simpson, commented that, “Aberdeen residents may justifiably take pride in the role our community played in the life of Kurt Cobain and the internationalContinue reading “Kurt Cobain Day in Bloom”

Clinton: Charisma, Commitment, and Christmas Lights

By Niamh Marley Nestled in the heart of the Derry countryside, lies a picture perfect guest house in the village of Ardmore. With its ivy-adorned gable wall, vintage water wheel and first class dining, The Beech Hill in Co Londonderry is loved the world over. But one guest in particular expressed a certain fondness forContinue reading “Clinton: Charisma, Commitment, and Christmas Lights”

Opinion Piece: “Queen’s Students: Support Staff Strike Action”

The following opinion piece is based on the personal beliefs of its author, and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Gown’s editorial team.   BY TIARNÁN Ó MUILLEOIR   Lecturers and support staff at Queen’s are on a one-day strike on the 3rd of December as part of industrial action across Higher EducationContinue reading “Opinion Piece: “Queen’s Students: Support Staff Strike Action””