Residence

Queen’s Student Constables take up post in residences

Queen’s Student Constables are set to begin helping dons create safe living spaces in residence next week through reinforced pandemic protocol.Continue...

Residence Society budget more than halved

With residence operating at half capacity, the Residence Society (ResSoc) budget has also been sliced in half.Continue...

‘I got my test results seven days after I showed symptoms’: Students worried the University can’t stop an outbreak

Nick, whose name has been changed for safety reasons, is a first-year engineering student living in residence who developed COVID-19 symptoms on Sept. 14. He was moved into the isolation residence at David C. Smith Hall the next day.Continue...

Queen’s prepares for an outbreak with new Incident Command Structure

Just days after a Queen’s student tested positive for COVID-19, the University shared its plans for managing an outbreak of the virus in the community.Continue...

Students in residence “generally” following pandemic safety guidelines

Two weeks after moving in, students in residence are adjusting to an experience unlike that of any other year.Continue...

AMS concerned about lack of communication from University about isolation residences

Though Queen’s has designated the JDUC as an isolation residence, the AMS has raised concerns over how the University will ensure the safety of student workers.

The University told The...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...

A look inside: The Journal tours Victoria Hall and Leonard Dining Hall ahead of move-in

The Journal toured Victoria Hall and Leonard Dining Hall on Friday morning to see how COVID-19 will change traditional operations in the fall term.Continue...

University expects just 6,600 students to be on campus in fall term

Though more than 24,000 students are usually on campus each year, only 6,600 are expected to be present in the fall term. Continue...

Will first-year students be remote in the winter term? Provost says yes, with some exceptions

Whether first-year students will experience an entirely remote academic year at Queen’s is a decision that rests with individual faculties and schools.Continue...

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