News Archive: 2012

University District

'This is our celebration'

A sea of purple descended on the patio surrounding Clark Hall Pub and the Campus Bookstore late this morning as first-year engineering students took part in the annual jacket slamming event.Continue...

Homecoming to return for 2013

Homecoming will return next fall, Principal Daniel Woolf announced at a news conference this morning.Continue...

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Potato hurler injures students

Several students on campus are nursing bruises after being pelted by fruits and vegetables near campus.Continue...

Increase in sexual assaults

The number of sexual assaults in Kingston have increased from 66 cases in 2011 to 112 cases between January to September this year, according to the Kingston Police quarterly report released earlier this month.Continue...

CFRC rehires business manager

After being fired from his position of CFRC Business Manager almost two months ago, Ayanda Mngoma has been rehired, effective this past Monday.Continue...

Report released

The Principal’s Commission on Mental Health at Queen’s released its final report yesterday morning.Continue...

Campus catch-up

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Plant has longterm effects

Public hearings on a nuclear power plant on Lake Ontario were postponed following an overflow of interventions and comments from the public.Continue...

News anchor alum launched career at Queen’s

Jeffrey Kofman has gone a long way since his days as an eager political science major and student journalist at Queen’s.Continue...

Removing barriers

This year, Women’s Worth Week is hoping to use feminism as a way to bridge the gap between the inequalities of the sexes.Continue...

Email service gets upgrade

Queen’s will be switching undergraduates to an improved email service in winter 2013.Continue...

A night of remembrance

An intimate gathering of allies in the Queen’s community came together in commemoration for the Transgender Day of Remembrance.Continue...

Soul Food forum explores privilege

Privilege was on the minds of students at a forum held on Tuesday night by Soul Food.Continue...

Carters come to campus

For former US President Jimmy Carter, receiving an honorary degree from Queen’s was an opportunity to spread a message of peace.Continue...

AMS to review ban in new year

The AMS will create a draft proposal for a new policy on fraternities and sororities at Queen’s by next January.Continue...

Two sexual assaults occur near campus

Two recent sexual assaults near campus are believed to be connected, according to the Kingston Police.Continue...

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No turns for exec interns

Despite 21 first-year interns employed throughout the AMS offices this year, the AMS executive team hasn’t hired any of their own.Continue...

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