Welcome to FroshFM - your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about your first year at Queen’s. Whether you’re fresh from high school and ready to take the big leap into University, or if you’re a Grad Student who has already experienced post-secondary - this podcast will have important information for you. You’ll hear interviews with clubs, information on all the different resources for you, and fun banter with our panel of alumni and current students who are all here to help make sure your questions are answered.
Do you have a question you need answered? Check out our instagram page @frosh_fm where you can comment or DM us and we’ll get you your answer on one of our upcoming episodes.
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Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting at Queen’s
In this segment, recent graduate Alex (ArtSci ’21) sits down with upper year students Sadie (ArtSci ’22) and Kieran (ArtSci ’22) to discuss the things they wish they knew before starting at Queen’s. They discuss the experience of making friends all over again, getting involved with on campus clubs, mental health check-ups, privileged experiences at Queen’s, as well as meal plans and (attempted) healthy eating.
Meet the Queen’s Korean Student Association!
QKSA is cultural and social club that focuses on making connections and fostering lasting relationships. It is open to anyone who is interested in the Korean culture!
Meet the Inquire Publication!
Meet the Inquire Publication on campus – a social activist inter-university publication featuring a wide range of topical local, national, and global issues.
Meet the Queen’s Native Student Association!
Silvia sits down with Sarah of QNSA to discuss the club and what it offers to students! QNSA is comprised of a diverse group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students that share an interest in Aboriginal cultures and traditions. QNSA seeks to promote increased cultural understanding on campus and hopes for solidarity and cooperation towards achieving a campus-wide mutual respect.
Meet Queen’s Cultural Exchange!
Meet Queen’s Cultural Exchange, a club on campus devoted to helping Queen’s international students go through cultural transition and adaptation process when they come to a new environment.
Meet Queen’s Hillel!
In this segment, Silvia sits down with Reagan and Georgia from Queen’s Hillel, the centre for Jewish life on campus. They provide social, educational and religious opportunities to ensure that there is a vibrant Jewish community at Queen’s University.