Covid-19

Residence Life and Services releases 2021-22 community standards

Queen’s Residence Life and Services’ 2021-22 Residence Community Standards provides guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. According to the report, Residence Life is committed to ensuring the safety and prosperity of its students.Continue...

COVID-19 policy update

On Sept. 13, Queen’s released the Continuity of Education Plan which details the university’s emergency protocols, information on continuity of education in the event of a disruption to in-person teaching and learning and links to relevant resources.Continue...

City of Kingston issues emergency order in response to street parties

On Sept. 10, the City of Kingston issued a new emergency order that expands enforcement officers’ powers to fine and identify those who attend large social gatherings.Continue...

COVID-19 cases this week

On Sept. 8, Kingston, Frontenac, and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health confirmed one positive case of COVID-19.Continue...

Kingston Health Sciences Centre vaccine policies met with protests

An anonymously-organized protest against COVID-19 vaccination mandates took place on Sept. 7. The demonstration was held in front of the Kingston General Hospital (KGH), site of the Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC).Continue...

OCUFA responds to Post-secondary Education Health Measures Framework for Fall 2021

On Sep. 1, the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Association (OCUFA) responded to the Postsecondary Education Health Measures Framework for Fall 2021. Continue...

Queen’s to require COVID-19 vaccination for Fall 2021

On Aug. 12, Queen’s announced they will be requiring all students, staff, and faculty returning to campus in the Fall to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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It’s time to pursue more intimate, meaningful relationships in person

I’m in the throes of a hot, healing girl summer.Continue...

Athletics and Recreation increases outdoor capacity, plans to reopen indoor facilities

After a summer of gradual expansion, the use of outdoor facilities on campus has returned to near-normalcy, and gym-goers will soon be back at the ARC for the first time since March.Continue...

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