Frosh

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...

Mystery frosh concert presents students with a collection of indie-rock bands

This year’s mystery frosh week concert featured popular indie acts Plants and Animals, Hollerado and The New Pornographers. Despite their popularity, the performances were met with mixed reviews from the audience, who hoped for a more energy-inducing electro lineup.Continue...

Welcome to Queen’s: Highlights for your first-year experience

Wondering if Queen’s was the right choice for you? Worried Western would have been better? Never fear freshmen, here is where you belong. As an incoming second-year student, I can say...Continue...

Major decisions, minor worries

Decision-making is tough. That’s a fact of life.Continue...

Cheesy advice

What would you want to know coming into a new school? What wisdom would you have wanted to impart on your younger, more vulnerable self?Continue...

Queerientation brings colour to campus

Following Frosh Week, Queerientation kicked off with a splash of colour – but instead of blue, yellow and red, a rainbow welcomed the class of 2017.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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