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Queen’s and local Rotary clubs GoNuts! with an online competition

The annual “Nut Drive” fundraising campaign, which normally sees first-year Queen’s University engineering students selling nuts door-to-door in the community, will take place this year in a modified online format. GoNuts! will will enable the public to continue supporting the local charities championed by Rotary, while adhering to public health

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Queen’s staggers arrival of 2000 students to residence this week

Activity in downtown Kingston typically ramps up in the first week of September as post-secondary students arrive for their fall term. This year, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Queen’s University is coordinating a different approach to intake approximately 2000 students to on-campus residence. “This class of 2024 is a

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Cadets kick off RMC school year successfully despite obstacles

It may be entirely different than most starts to the school year, but the cadets at the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) here in Kingston are persevering, getting the year off to a successful start. Not only is RMC dealing with the current COVID-19 pandemic like schools around the

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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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