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Students simulate global crisis

Students from across North America will gather next month to simulate discussions on Arctic sovereignty.Continue...

Decriminalization desired

Prohibition on drugs in Canada should be reconsidered, says Senator Larry Campbell.Continue...

Sometimes, an inactive statement is action too

While boycotting United States conferences in reaction to Donald Trump’s immigration ban doesn’t take action on the issue, it makes a statement.Continue...

Prime Minister for a long weekend

“And now I would like to call on the Right Honourable Prime Minister Joe Cattana.” When you’re 22 years old, you’d never expect to hear that, sitting in our nation’s House of Commons.Continue...

Speakers inspire student leaders

The Queen’s Canadian Leadership Conference (QCLC) saw 11 Canadian leaders, four Queen’s alumni and two television personalities come together to inspire students to incite social change...Continue...

Conferences on campus: QBET

What could one hundred free pitas have to do with today’s business environment?

At the Queen’s Conference on the Business Environment Today (QBET), there was much to learn from the CEO of...Continue...

Panel looks at veteran mental health

Research on veteran mental health programs will save lives, according to Senator Romeo Dallaire.Continue...

TEDxQueensU

The Journal's Justin Chin captured moments from TEDxQueensU on November 6th, 2011 at Queen's University.

Camera: Justin Chin
Editor: Justin Chin

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Annual conference adopts nomadic theme

The TedxQueensU conference features 10 speakers this year.Continue...

Annual conference doubles in size

For the first time, Queen’s Health and Human Rights Conference offered free admittance to its delegates after $16,650 in sponsorship by Queen’s departments, Schools and organizations was provided to the conference. This marks an approximate $4,000 raise compared to last year.Continue...