Meet the faces of Frosh Week

From purple people to caped heroes and video game vigilantes, the Journal takes a light-hearted look at the faces you’ll become familiar with during your first week at Queen’s

Frosh Leader
Representin'
Distinguishing features
Likes
Dislikes
Potential Mascot

Bosses
Commerce
Ripped up business casual
The Financial Post
Being in the red
Conrad Black

Capes
Nursing
Red capes and white outfits
Comfortable footwear
Bedpans
Florence Nightingale

Coaches
Kinesiology and Health Studies
Track and field attire
Blowing whistles
Failing to properly stretch before excercise
Don Cherry

FRECs
Applied Science
Dyed-purple bodies and multi-coloured mohawks
Heckling frosh on move-in day
Hygiene
Grimace from McDonald's

Gaels
Arts and Science
Creatively-altered blue t-shirts
Outcheering you
Clean coveralls
Richard Simmons

Geckos
New, exchange and transfer students
Blue t-shirts (not to be confused with Gaels or Landlords)
New faces
Not saving 15% on car insurance
The Geico gecko

Landlords
First-year students not living in residence
You guessed it...blue t-shifts
Exploring outside the Queen's bubble
Residence
Your parents

Teaches
Concurrent Education
Painting-silver faces and togas
Apples
Kids who eat glue
Edna Krabappel

Techs
Computing
Super Mario costumes
World of Warcraft
Reality
Boris from GodenEye

Correction

Teaches are the frosh leaders for Concurrent Education.
Incorrect education originally appeared in this chart.
The Journal regrets the error.

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