Frosh

With great frosh comes great responsibility

As incoming first-year students settle into their rooms in residence or their own places off-campus, they take a big step. They’re adapting to a new living environment and are fostering connections with individuals they may very well spend the next four years with.Continue...

Sci ’16 makes slick history

Despite Saturday’s grim weather, Sci ’16 pressed on to become the first year ever in Grease Pole history to capture the tam on their first attempt at the directed climb.Continue...

Weather disrupts

First-year students and Orientation Week organizers faced disappointment on Saturday when several Frosh Week activities, including the Grease Pole event, had to be postponed due to inclement weather.Continue...

The cost of a kegger

This September, scores of first-year students will set out to explore the streets of Kingston. Many of them will drift away from campus and into the Student Ghetto, searching for their first university kegger.Continue...

Mastering the balance of work and play at university

Open schedules, multitudes of extracurriculars and heavy workloads all mean one thing—high school’s over.Continue...

The pragmatic advice I wish I received in first year

I have nothing but nostalgia for first year, but there are certain aspects of being a Queen’s student I wish I had known about. You know, to save time.Continue...

There’s a club for that?

Whether you’re an activist or an astronomer, university is more than lectures and tests.Continue...

Orientation Week in photos

Two FRECS (Engineering frosh leaders) sporting their “EngCut” hairstyles.

Two ArtSci frosh getting messy during Frosh Olympics.

Engineering frosh...Continue...

Existere meets an evolving campus

On Monday and Tuesday, social action theatre troupe Existere kicked off this year’s Frosh Week with six performances for thousands of first-year students in Grant Hall.Continue...

A Sentimental look back at first year

As an incoming second-year student, reminiscing about my first year in residence isn’t too difficult. I can still vividly remember the sound of my peers’ warnings that our Don was making rounds and can picture my neighbour sitting at his desk, guitar in hand, strumming out Stairway to Heaven.Continue...

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