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Executive Team Sagal & Alissa aiming for a unified ASUS

This year’s ASUS election sees a pair of third year students looking to draw on extensive student government and leadership experience in their bid for ASUS executive.Continue...

ASUS executive Team Eric & Dave propose anti-nepotism policy

Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) executive candidates Eric Nicol and David Bath are looking to revamp ASUS into an association that “works for everyone.”Continue...

Team JMT looks to ‘give back to the Commerce Society’

Even though this year’s Commerce Society (ComSoc) executive election sees an experienced team running uncontested, don’t expect Team JMT to rest on their laurels.Continue...

COMPSA executive debate recap

The Computing Students’ Association Executive debates on Monday night prompted discussions about the faculty society’s lack of visibility among other faculty societies.Continue...

Team Create aims to make Con-Ed faculty more inclusive

This year’s Con-Ed Student Association’s election will see one team focused on making the program an inclusive, supportive faculty with plenty of opportunities for students.Continue...

Engineering Society debate addresses financial sustainability

The Engineering Society (EngSoc) saw its executive candidates gather in the ILC atrium on Jan. 23 to respond to student questions about their experience, platform and vision for the society if elected.Continue...

COMPSA 2018 elections see only one contested position

This year, only one of three executive Computing Student’s Association (COMPSA) positions will be contested in a race of all second-year students.Continue...

EngSoc Executive candidates release platforms

All candidates declined requests for an interview, but did send brief summaries of their platforms to The Journal via email.Continue...

Queen's Machine Intelligence and Neuroevolution Design club attracts hundreds of students

During his time on campus, Cooper Midroni noticed that students have become increasingly more interested in artificial intelligence. Unfortunately, outside of their classrooms, the field is difficult to access.Continue...

Team FAM brings experience to Residence Society election

This year, Residence Society elections will see a team bringing their past experiences from within the society to the table.Continue...

Controversy surrounds ASUS election with two disqualifications

At approximately 6 p.m. on Jan. 22, two of three teams running for ASUS executive were notified of their disqualification for campaigning outside the designated period.Continue...

Rector candidate Afsheen Chowdhury prioritizing cultural change on campus

Ranging from policy adjustments to influencing a substantial cultural change on campus, Rector candidate Afsheen Chowdhury plans, if elected, to enact changes both on a small and large scale.Continue...

Blockchain group spearheading innovation at Queen’s

With the explosion of Bitcoin this past summer, there’s been a growing interest in the technology that was invented to power the cryptocurrency, blockchain. Queen’s Blockchain Innovation Community has formed to help advocate for blockchain research and potential applications on campus.Continue...

Rector candidate Alexandra da Silva hopes to augment student voices on campus

In pursuing the role of Rector, Alexandra da Silva wants to further represent student voices on campus.

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Rector candidate Jake Roseman hopes to unify student body

Rector candidate and current Residence Society President, Jake Roseman said he hopes to promote unity throughout the student body if elected for office.Continue...

Team ECN hopes to ‘breathe new life’ into AMS

Following ratification of the uncontested AMS executive team on Jan. 18, Team ECN has initiated a campaign they hope addresses students’ needs and invites them to increase their engagement with the AMS.Continue...

Evening classes cancelled due to weather

This afternoon, the University announced that all evening classes would be cancelled due to expected inclement weather and freezing rain.

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Bus-It program fee renewal presents expanded routes and improved service times

As referendum voting approaches, the AMS is requesting a fee increase for the Kingston Transit Bus-It program. If passed, this would allow for expanded routes and improved service times based on student need.Continue...

Four Directions Aboriginal Centre welcomes new Director

When former Four Directions Aboriginal Centre Director Janice Hill (Kanonhsyonne) moved to Richardson Hall to assume a new leadership position, a significant gap remained in her place. Now, Tyendinaga native Kandice Baptiste is set to replace Hill beginning in February.Continue...

Kingston Area Taxi Commission inches closer towards Uber regulation

The Kingston Area Taxi Commission met Wednesday at City Hall to continue the drafting process of a controversial bylaw that would regulate Uber’s operations in Kingston. The b ylaw has been in the works since 2015 when Uber first came to the city.Continue...

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