Covid-19

ArtSci students must ‘access courses in-person’ at the end of February

Queen’s Student Affairs announced the deadline to drop courses has been extended from Jan. 21 to Jan. 24.Continue...

‘Disappointing’: Queen’s students talk winter exchange

As countries home to exchange schools operate under varying levels of pandemic-related regulations, Queen’s students confront uncertainty in the travel process.Continue...

Work from home staples to invest in

Online school makes me contemplate becoming a self-made hermit—but I’ve genuinely come to enjoy the small things that keep my routine exciting.Continue...

How are varsity athletes dealing with the OUA’s pause on sport?

Almost two years on, the pandemic is still disrupting the schedules of varsity athletes.Continue...

Students continue writing fall semester exams

In light of the surge in COVID-19 cases in Kingston during the month of December, Queen’s moved fall 2021 exams online to avoid exposure between community members.Continue...

AKA hosts discussion on policing in Kingston

Seeing rising interest in increased policing in Kingston throughout COVID-19, AKA Autonomous Social Group (AKA) hosted a Zoom event to discuss the impact of policing on racialized students and Kingston residents on Jan. 18.Continue...

Queen’s needs to keep students informed about COVID-19

University students and staff deserve better than the vague instructions, lack of clear communication, and confusing bureaucracy that came from Queen’s in December, when the abrupt switch to...Continue...

Gyms should be considered an essential service

Gyms should remain open during COVID-19 lockdowns.Continue...

Queen’s introduces new COVID-19 restrictions for winter semester

Following a surge of COVID-19 cases that began in December and the announcement that classes will be held online until Feb. 28, Queen’s has implemented new safety measures as students return to campus.Continue...

Senate provides fall term break update and discusses COVID-19

On Nov. 30, the Senate convened in their monthly meeting to discuss University policy and governance. The November meeting discussed fall break, transcript notation, orientation, and updates on COVID-19 policies and procedures.Continue...

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