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'C' is for 'cookie'... and 'cramming'

 
Principal Woolf delivers a sweet treat to students at Douglas Library.
Julie Gordon-Woolf surprises a student at Douglas Library with a package of cookies.
Julie Gordon-Woolf poses with a couple of students after a cookie drop.
Even the most dedicated students are willing to be interrupted for cookies!
The Queen's University Alumni Association helps sponsor the annual cookie initiative.
2014-04-14

By Meredith Dault, Senior Communications Officer 

For a fourth consecutive year, Principal Daniel Woolf and his wife, Julie Gordon-Woolf, helped to stave off afternoon hunger pangs on Sunday by delivering cookies to students studying for exams at the university’s various libraries. An initiative supported by the Queen’s University Alumni Association, the cookies were packed by students from the Queen’s Student Alumni Association. More than a thousand cookies and candies were handed out over the course of the afternoon.

 

 

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