Frosh Week

Security a focus

Limiting attendance to Grease Pole was a collective safety decision made in meetings with Queen’s administration and EngSoc.Continue...

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...

Packed O-week schedule leaves students scrambling

The start of every September in Kingston is thrilling, as Queen’s prepares to welcome its next batch of students. This year, I was part of that, alongside the rest of the class of 2023.Continue...

Queen's Frosh Week 2019

All in one week: mud, moshing, and memories. As Queen’s welcomed the class of 2023, The Journal was there to catch it all on camera.Continue...

Talking Heads: What is the weirdest part of Frosh Week?

“Being carried in a thundermug.” Jazlyn Evans, Nursing ‘22Continue...

Fall term break not worth a fragmented orientation week

After its inaugural run and seeing the new two academic days in practice, the Queen’s community needs to have a conversation about the new Orientation Week structure—and whether it’s something worth reversing.Continue...

Mayor, University defend safety initiative amid controversy

At AMS Assembly held last Thursday, Mayor Bryan Paterson and then-Acting Principal Tom Harris defended the University District Safety Initiative to attendees.Continue...

The Frosh Week from hell

Frosh Week’s purpose is to integrate students into Queen’s as smoothly as possible, which creates plenty of opportunities for things to go wrong. Here are some stories from current Queen’s students about their Frosh Week mishaps over the years.Continue...

The Journal welcomes Class of '22

One week, seven cameras and 4,579 new undergrads– The Journal brings a closer look to Frosh Week 2018.Continue...

Marianas Trench storms Frosh mystery concert

On Friday night, my childhood dreams came true—for the fourth time.Continue...

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