Residence

Aramark Canada to take over foodservices contract at Queen’s

Students who access food services on campus in the fall term may notice a difference with what’s on their plates.Continue...

Construction begins on new residence

Although COVID-19 has posed a challenge to University operations, construction is now underway for Queen’s new Albert Street residence.Continue...

Queen’s to offer single occupancy residence in fall

Queen’s is planning to open its residences in the fall, but not at full capacity.Continue...

Residence Life considering whether to keep residences open after May 1

While students were expected to move out of University residences by March 22, some were unable to leave Kingston and are still living there amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue...

New Queen’s residence will welcome new students as they deserve

Despite the concerns of some locals, Queen’s new residence project stands to benefit both students and the greater Kingston community.Continue...

University to break ground on new residence in May 2020

A new residence building planned for the west side of Albert St., just south of Union and across from Tindall Field, will be around five storeys tall and contain between 315 and 335 beds.

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Upper-year students aren’t made to feel at home in Queen’s residences

Despite the steep price, first-year residences have long proven valuable experiences for students adjusting to living on their own. But as students age beyond first year, the benefits of Queen’s residence living don’t quite outweigh the costs.Continue...

News in Brief

The University is seriously considering the development of a new residence building on main campus, according to a press release issued last week.Continue...

The Journal’s guide to residence living

The first intimidating steps into residence come with dozens of tricks.Continue...

Reality for a residence don

The Residence Dons at Queen’s University play a vital role in the residence experience of many first-year students.Continue...

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