News Archive: 2010

University District

Sporting awareness

Sporting awareness.Continue...

News in Brief

News in brief.Continue...

Kingston’s museums could receive boost

Canadian Museums Day aims to get the federal government to committ $25 million to the funding of museums.Continue...

Campus Catch-Up

Campus Catch-Up.Continue...

Victims remembered

Memorial for victims of the 1989 Montreal Massarcre aims to bring attention to violence against women in general.Continue...

Walking towards operational changes

Walkhome faces staff shortages after receiving a spike in walking requests from students.Continue...

Path to India

Queen’s Law looks to make ties with Indian universities.Continue...

One student dead after fall from skylight on West Campus

A first-year student is dead and another remains in hospital after a fall through a skylight in the roof of Duncan McArthur Hall to the floor of the Education Library just before 7:30 p.m. on Thursday night.

19 year-old Habib Khan of Saudi Arabia was pronounced dead in hospital. 18 year-old Stephen Nagy of Mississauga is in hospital in stable condition.Continue...

Tragedy on West Campus

Student dies after fall through library skylight, marking the second falling death this semester. First-year students Habib Khan and Stephen Nagy fell three stories through a skylight in Duncan McArthur Hall. Both students were taken to hospital where Khan, ArtSci ’14, was pronounced dead. Nagy, Sci ’14, is in stable condition.Continue...

Amending OUSA

AMS Assembly amends constitution changing process of OUSA fee renewal.Continue...

Gender struck from AMS applications

AMS removes gender requirement for applicants to volunteer and service positions.Continue...

Homecoming on hold

Woolf suspends Homecoming for three years.Continue...

Grading Queen’s system

Queen’s changes from a percenatage based grading sytem to 4.3 GPA.Continue...

Exchanging drinking habits abroad

According to University of Washington study, students on international exchange double their alcohol consumption.Continue...

Debating the merits of decriminalization

Panel discusses the effects that decriminalization of prostitution in Ontario could have on its stakeholders and society.Continue...

Ringing the alarm

Malicious fire alarms on the rise in residence.Continue...

Securing campus

Incidents raise questions of safety on and off campus.Continue...

Feasible fees

Students to pay full tuition by Sept.1.Continue...

Homecoming cancelled until 2014

Despite a decrease in participation and an increasing police effort to stop it, the annual Aberdeen Street Party has led Principal Daniel Woolf to suspend Homecoming for another three years.Continue...

News in Brief

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