Orientation Week

Frosh week liquor offences decrease drastically

According to preliminary data from the Kingston Police Force (KPF), frosh week has seen an 83 per cent drop since 2012 in the number of Liquor Licence Act tickets issued in the University District.Continue...

Move-in week sees Queen’s residences open for business

As the University undertakes move-in week from Sept. 1-5, Queen’s residences are once again housing students.Continue...

Keeping the spirit of O-Week alive online

Student leaders across faculties traditionally begin planning orientation week up to a year in advance.Continue...

University establishes guidelines for safe return to campus

With the school year starting next week, the University is working closely with KFL&A Public Health to ensure all campus safety guidelines meet provincial standards.Continue...

COVID-19 pushes Queen’s orientation week online

Following the University’s May 21 decision to move the fall term online, the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) announced a virtual orientation was underway for incoming students.Continue...

Orientation week facing uncertainty with possibility of remote learning in the fall

As the AMS Orientation Roundtable (ORT) waits for more information about the method of course delivery for the fall term, no concrete plans for orientation week have been made.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...

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...

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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