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Today’s Welcome and Resource Fair

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I missed the pancakes, but I didn’t walk away empty handed. The Bartlett Gym (Physical Education Centre​ [PEC]) was packed this morning as I joined the standing-room-only crowd for a presentation by key Queen’s figures including Ann Tierney (Associate Vice-Principal

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Guest Post–Rana Pishva on Dissertation on the Lake, or: How my Dissertation got its Groove Back

Dissertation on the Lake won't lead you up any garden paths--just wooded ones.

Today we have  a guest post from Psychology’s Rana Pishva, MSc (PhD in the works). Look forward tomorrow to a report from the joint SGS/SGPS orientation event that’s open to all (remember, the one with the pancakes?). ——————————————————————————————————————————————– Dissertation on

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Re/Orientation: Graduate Welcome and Resources Fair

Bullet points: Pancakes You got questions? The SGS has answers Campus and community resource fair Tours Accessibility If you’ve already been here (at Queen’s) for a while, don’t skip ahead assuming this post isn’t for you. Our August post series

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Orientation with an Arts & Culture Spin

A graphic view of downtown Kingston

Maybe it’s all the TED Talks I’ve been watching, but here’s what I’m thinking: have you ever wanted to see yourself as a regular in some scene? As someone people see as a go-to person for, for instance, news about

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