orientation

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...

AMS discusses Orientation Summit

AMS Assembly gathered in Jeffrey Hall on Thursday evening to discuss Orientation and Homecoming.Continue...

AMS Clubs Commission talks in-person Orientation events

Over the past year, the AMS has prepared for the return of in-person operations, and what that means for student life.Continue...

SGPS organizes orientation activities for graduate and professional students

If you had a time machine and could take a one-way trip to any point in the future or in history, where would you go?Continue...

Why I loved being a Gael

One of the questions given to me to inspire this article was, “How has O-Week made you feel?” As a Gael, I must say…“I FEEL SO GOOD! OH, I FEEL SO GOOD! OH!”Continue...

StuCons Head Manager steps down

Queen’s Student Constables (StuCons) is missing a key member of their leadership team as Orientation Week approaches.Continue...

The misconceptions of first year

Without a doubt, leaving the family nest and venturing out on your own can be intimidating and exhilarating.Continue...

February AMS Assembly sees services moving from JDUC to LaSalle

AMS Assembly convened Feb. 17 to discuss some services’ move to the LaSalle building, Orientation Week for the upcoming year, managing partying on St. Patrick’s Day, and the upcoming rector election.Continue...

ASUS Mentorship Program underway for upcoming remote term

The Arts & Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) has launched the ASUS Mentorship Program (AMP) to connect incoming students with those returning to Queen’s.Continue...

Rethinking frosh week

Frosh week sets the tone for the best four years of your life—full of fun, new friends, and new experiences.Continue...

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