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There's a Canadian university that's offering a course about Taylor Swift that will examine her "literary legacy."

If you're a student at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, you can try and get into a new course so you can study Swift's music, the literature she references, her films and her music videos!

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For all you high school seniors out there, refreshing your email inboxes every two minutes won't change much, so don't stress about your university applications just yet. However, if you got a message from Queen's University, it may be worth double-checking, as the school said it sent out a welcome email to some recipients by mistake.*

Queen's University told Narcity that on May 6, a welcome email intended for first-year undergraduate applicants who have received an offer of admission for the fall was sent to the wrong list.

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Ontario is home to some stunning universities that will make you want to spend every day at school. Boasting Gothic buildings, enchanting libraries, and waterfront views, these nine spots are gorgeous places to call home while you complete you degree.

Whether you're looking for European vibes or nature surroundings, you can find beauty at these campuses.

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A rugby championship held at Queen's University last month is being linked to Omicron outbreaks in two other provinces.

Both Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer, and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, tied recent variant cases to varsity rugby teams that attended a November championship in Kingston.

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If you're a Queen's University student, your exams could be pushed back until the new year — for better or for worse.

Queen's announced in a press release on December 12 that all in-person exams in Kingston will be cancelled "effective immediately" due to "rising cases of COVID-19" within the school's student population.

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