West Campus

University releases results of West Campus sound study

Queen’s has released a noise impact assessment for the West Campus artificial turf field, conducted over the summer in connection with the University’s application for a noise bylaw exemption.Continue...

City Council approves noise bylaw exemption

The University’s application for a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Richardson Stadium and West Campus turf fields passed unanimously at City Council Tuesday evening, albeit with a few conditions.Continue...

Cracking down and westward bound

Varsity athletes are on a very short leash.Continue...

A Sentimental look back at first year

As an incoming second-year student, reminiscing about my first year in residence isn’t too difficult. I can still vividly remember the sound of my peers’ warnings that our Don was making rounds and can picture my neighbour sitting at his desk, guitar in hand, strumming out Stairway to Heaven.Continue...

West Campus isn’t so bad

In the late summer of 2014, after months of anticipation, I was finally preparing to enter my first year at Queen’s. However, when I learned the name of my residence placement, my stomach dropped – I was on West Campus.Continue...

Four of the largest first-year classes to take place on West Campus

Four first-year science courses will move some of their lectures to West Campus this year.Continue...

Outcry over Isabel Bader Centre

Arts students who will be attending classes at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts in the fall have called into question Queen’s administration’s ability to meet student needs.Continue...

The future lies west

West Campus will be home to a new athletic complex in time. With space constraints on main campus, Queen’s Athletics will be looking for funding to develop the area into a hotspot for multiple varsity sports teams.Continue...