July 2, 2015

In Focus

Major decisions, minor worries

Decision-making is tough. That’s a fact of life.Continue...

Venture outside the bubble

There’s more to Kingston than Queen’s. Here’s what to look forContinue...

Alcohol education a priority

For the fourth consecutive year, alcohol will be banned from residence buildings during Orientation Week.Continue...

How to support a friend with a mental illness

Even after recognizing the symptoms of mental illness in a friend, it isn’t always clear what steps to take next.Continue...

The Scottish connection

Orientation week at most universities includes your average frosh week fare: activities, concerts and students finding their footing in a new place.Continue...

Common space to increase in 2015

The class of 2018 will find themselves with less space in residence than future first-year students.Continue...

Frosh Q&A

We asked a few upper-year students to give their advice and relieve their first-year jitters.Continue...

What can $8.75 buy?

Every first-year meal plan at Queen’s comes with 200 meal equivalencies — meals that can be traded for up to $8.75 worth of tax-exempt food items at campus food retailers.Continue...

Opportunities beyond the books

By now, you’ve probably heard of the numerous extracurricular activities you can be a part of at Queen’s. But with over 450 to choose from — how do you know which ones you’ll enjoy?Continue...

A new home-coming

It’s hard to predict what the homecoming weekends this fall will look like.Continue...

Venturing out

There is no one-size-fits-all advice for new university students. I hope though, that as a recent university graduate, I can offer you a sliver of guidance for the four years that lie ahead of you.Continue...

Treat yourself to a taste of Kingston

The top places in town for food and drinkContinue...

The minor difference

When choosing your classes, adding a minor to your major can increase your chances of future employment, according to Career Services.Continue...

Higher expectations, higher education

Women have been dominating undergraduate enrolment in university.Continue...

Shifting gears

Approximately 200 students at Queen’s switch faculties each year, but not everyone who wants to is permitted to do so.Continue...

Where can your degree take you?

A look at the median salaries for some of the careers a Queen's degree can get you.Continue...

Underemployed and underpaid

Graduating from Queen’s could mean more than a degree. It could mean a better chance
at employment.Continue...

How much is experience worth?

An unpaid internship may help young workers get a foot in the door, but the opportunity comes at a financial, and often legal cost for young people.Continue...

Imperfect process

It’s no secret to Dr. Anthony Sanfilippo that the Canadian medical school admissions process is imperfect.Continue...

Students head abroad to get ahead

The appeal of going abroad is growing for Canadian graduate students.Continue...

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