Special Project

Policy change to keep alcohol out of residence

A new University policy means alcohol won’t be allowed into residences during Frosh Week, even if the residents are of legal age.Continue...

The evolution of Frosh Week

The Journal takes a look at how Frosh Week has changed over the past century.Continue...

Budget breakdown

All orientation week committees manage their own budgets independently with the common goal to break even.Continue...

Police and Frosh Week

Kingston Police plan to pay close attention to the University area during Frosh Week this September.Continue...

The Jack Project

This September, the pilot project of a new mental health program will launch at Queen’s.Continue...

Alternative frosh weeks offer other options

Kingston’s Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) hosts an alternative Frosh Week for students who don’t necessarily identify with Queen’s culture.Continue...

Conventions and customs of Queen’s

At the end of the Frosh Week, incoming students to Physical Education and Kinesiology, are given a whistle to signify their official welcome into the faculty. It's one of many Queen's Frosh Week traditions.Continue...