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by @q_alicew

每天自拍都是为了记录每天的眼妆

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by @human.crossing

Welcome to Human Crossing! Join 3 Queen's 👑 students as they give you the cute 💕, hilarious 😂and juicy 😏stories about how people in Kingston have met! Have a great story? Message us to be featured!

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by @josh.goordat

80’s themed but I’m still posing like a 2018 yute

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by @thequeenshistoryproject

The first ever volume of the Queen’s Journal. Featuring a headline story of “Meditations on Food: Historic, Aesthetic and General.”
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Who knew aesthetic was trendy even then.. .
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The Journal first appeared on campus on October 25, 1873 as the Queen's College Journal, a fortnightly magazine whose objective was to "foster a literary taste among students" as well as function as a forum for the discussion of university affairs between members of the university, both in Kingston and alumni located elsewhere.
Source: Queen’s Journal Archives

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by @queensalpha

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT:
ALPHA Education is excited to welcome the newest member of our team, Aysha Tabassum!
Position: Events Coordinator
Why Did I Join: I was looking for a club to join when someone yelled out "Do you like justice?" - and I did.
Likes: Late-night walks & good food
Dislikes: Loud noises & capitalism
Fun Fact: I painted murals for a summer and half of my wardrobe got covered in paint!

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by @rmcfencing

Day 2 at Queens brought us 2 bronze and 1 silver medal from OCdt Duff, OCdt Choi and OCdt Saulnier 😝🤺🤺🤺 #mofo #wosa #yeared

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by @thequeenshistoryproject

Queen's became a university in more than name on this north-end Kingston street in 1842. On March 7 of that year, the University's first classes were held in a small frame house at 67 Colborne Street, Queen's first home. Swipe to see a more recent photo of the house today!

Two professors - Principal Thomas Liddell and Rev. Peter Colin Campbell - and 13 students were present, including Thomas Wardrope.

The professors immediately held exams for the students, seven of whom were studying for the Presbyterian ministry, on the first three books of Virgil's Aeneid and the first three of Caesar's Commentaries. Ten students passed and were admitted "as members of the University"; the other three were invited to stay and make what progress they could with the help of tutors.

Queen's stayed in the rented house for only six months, after which it moved to a stone house on Princess Street. The original Colborne Street house still stands. It is now a family residence.
Source: A History of Queen’s

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by @nathanielgumapac

party on top 🎉🎊🍹
business on the bottom 👔👔👔

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by @shxxtal

A sneak peek into my room 🌞🌟

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