Frosh Week

Police cruiser hit with beer bottle during street party, but no arrests made

Kingston Police shut down University Ave. last night between Earl St. to the south and Johnson St. to the north after crowds blocked the street, according to a Kingston Police press release.Continue...

Frosh Week through the ages

Upper year students welcoming first-years to campus is one of the oldest traditions at Queen’s. But for nearly as long as the tradition has existed, it’s been accompanied by discussion and debate regarding the role of hazing in these activities.Continue...

Revise safe space education

The decision made by some Carleton frosh leaders to wear “fuck safe space” t-shirts was inappropriate and unproductive.Continue...

Week critique

I consider Frosh Week a highlight of the school year, and I’m sure I’m not alone.Continue...

Frosh Week 2013

The Journal's recap of Frosh Week 2013 on campus.

Camera: Charlotte Gagnier, Sam Koebrich, Colin Tomchick

Editor: Sam Koebrich

Song: "Tightrope" by Walk the Moon; used with...Continue...

Shinerama breaks record

ArtSci ’17 worked through a cloudy day full of outdoor activities as part of the annual Shinerama fundraising drive on Saturday – raising $71,294.70 throughout the past academic year.Continue...

How green is Frosh Week?

Whether it’s refilling a metal water bottle or registering online, there’s a growing green mindset towards orientation activities at Queen’s.Continue...

ORT donation builds bridge

This year’s on-campus concert earned $5,000 during Frosh Week 2011. The

money was donated to Kingston General Hospital with an intended focus on youth mental health.Continue...

Concert surplus goes to hospital

Frosh Week 2011 earned a surplus, allowing the Orientation Roundtable (ORT) to make a charitable donation. The extra $5,000 was given to Kingston General Hospital (KGH) on Jan. 31, with an intended focus on youth mental health.Continue...

Alcohol ban to continue

The ban on alcohol in residence that was implemented for Frosh Week 2011 will continue next year.Continue...

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