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A sweet treat at exam time

  • In an annual tradition, Daniel Woolf hands out cookies at Queen's University's libraries, including at the  Douglas Library's 'Harry Potter Room.'
    In an annual tradition, Daniel Woolf hands out cookies at Queen's University's libraries, including at the Douglas Library's 'Harry Potter Room.'
  • Principal Daniel Woolf hands out some of the 1,200 cookies that he and his wife Julie Gordon-Woolf gave to students studying for exams at Queen's University.
    Principal Daniel Woolf hands out some of the 1,200 cookies that he and his wife Julie Gordon-Woolf gave to students studying for exams at Queen's University.
  • A student snaps a photo as Julie Gordon-Woolf hands out cookies at the Queen's Law Learning Commons in Sir John A. Macdonald Hall.
    A student snaps a photo as Julie Gordon-Woolf hands out cookies at the Queen's Law Learning Commons in Sir John A. Macdonald Hall.
  • Principal Daniel Woolf and his wife Julie Gordon-Woolf hand out some of the 1,200 cookies they delivered to students studying for exams at Queen's University.
    Principal Daniel Woolf and his wife Julie Gordon-Woolf hand out some of the 1,200 cookies they delivered to students studying for exams at Queen's University.
  • Julie Gordon-Woolf chats with students as she and her husband, Principal Daniel Woolf, hand out 1,200 cookies to students on Sunday, April 10.
    Julie Gordon-Woolf chats with students as she and her husband, Principal Daniel Woolf, hand out 1,200 cookies to students on Sunday, April 10.

In what has become a highly-anticipated tradition at Queen’s University, Principal Daniel Woolf and his wife Julie Gordon-Woolf handed out sugar cookies to students preparing for exams.

The duo hand delivered 1,200 cookies at the university's libraries, including the Education Library and Teacher Resource Centre, Bracken Health Sciences Library, Lederman Law Library, Douglas Library and Stauffer Library.

At each location the buzz would build as students awaited their turn, with some commenting that it was their favourite part of exams.

This marked the sixth year for the cookie drop.