Frosh Week

Alcohol ban to continue

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

Rethink week

It wasn’t until I became a FREC that I understood how Frosh Week shaped the way I think
about alcohol.Continue...

Police increase watch

Greater police presence on and surrounding campus during Frosh Week.Continue...

Frosh Week 2011

The Journal's Justin Chin documented Frosh Week 2011 for this year's first video project.

Music: Animal by Neon Trees (ArtSci '15 Year Song)
Camera: Justin Chin/Queen's Journal
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Ferocious Frec

See Tuesday's issue of the Journal for a Frosh Week wrap-up.Continue...

Ban not enough

A University decision to make residence alcohol-free during this year’s Frosh Week has impacted all first years, even those who are legally able to drink.Continue...

The evolution of Frosh Week

The Journal takes a look at how Frosh Week has changed over the past century.Continue...

Budget breakdown

All orientation week committees manage their own budgets independently with the common goal to break even.Continue...

Police and Frosh Week

Kingston Police plan to pay close attention to the University area during Frosh Week this September.Continue...

The Jack Project

This September, the pilot project of a new mental health program will launch at Queen’s.Continue...

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