Residences

Details of new residences released

Planning for the $70 million new residence project is underway following Board of Trustee’s approval in December.Continue...

No plans to extend ban

Alcohol-free residences during Frosh Week were implemented this year to discourage alcohol consumption on campus.Continue...

Cameras watch residence activity

Four surveillance cameras installed in Victoria Hall monitor false fire alarms.Continue...

Policy change to keep alcohol out of residence

A new University policy means alcohol won’t be allowed into residences during Frosh Week, even if the residents are of legal age.Continue...

Residence rule-breakers must be punished, but not at the cost of others’ safety

When students break social distancing protocols, there must be logical consequences.Continue...

Queen’s urges students to avoid Kingston until end of January

Queen’s is “strongly urging” students to not return to Kingston until Jan. 23, according to a statement released Wednesday.

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Queen’s announces COVID-19 case total at 13

In an email to students on Monday evening, Queen’s announced that students in residence have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last four days, bringing the total number of cases involving Queen’s students to 13.Continue...

Voting system treats residence buildings as single units

Of the 17 residence buildings at Queen’s, eight are treated as a single unit in the City of Kingston’s voting system, creating barriers for students who wish to be placed on the voters List.Continue...

New residences approved for construction

The construction of two new residences has been approved by City Council after changes were made to the buildings’ original layouts.Continue...

Unanswered questions

The recently announced plan for the building of two new residences on main campus raises concerns about increasing enrolment at Queen’s and the repercussions that may accompany it — ones that wrongfully weren’t answered prior to this decision.Continue...

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