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Over 350 new Queen’s students looking for accommodations in Kingston

The already-saturated Kingston rental market – which is particularly short on listings in the downtown area – is about to see at least 360 students clamouring for a place to live after being turned away from residence buildings at Queen’s University. The University is offering residence spots to incoming students

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Queen’s shares residence update for first-year undergraduates

Queen’s University has confirmed that up to 2,300 students will be able to live in on-campus residences this fall, while maintaining compliance with physical distancing and public health requirements. “This is approximately 50 per cent of our normal capacity, therefore not every first-year student will be able to live in

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Queen’s University to open residences to single, first-year students

Queen’s University is planning to open residences for single-occupancy and single plus rooms for incoming first-year students. This is part of the plan to integrate first-year students into the Queen’s community while maintaining and upholding public health guidelines. Because of this, the university will not be able to uphold their

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SLC: 20-25 per cent of student body may be on campus for fall 2020

St. Lawrence College (SLC) announced that planning for the 2020 fall term has begun and revealed some of those plans on Thursday, May 14, 2020. According to a press release from SLC, preliminary plans include offering “a mix of alternate delivery and in-person classes, with priority for on-campus delivery going to health sciences

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Queen’s University to ban the use of tobacco on campus

  Students, faculty, staff, contractors and visitors will no longer be allowed to smoke or vape on any Queen’s University campuses or properties as of Saturday, Jun. 1, 2019. The University announced it is going ‘smoke-free’ on Friday, Apr. 26, 2019, in an article from Dane Rideout, senior communications officer

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