Enrolment

Enrolment an avoidable Catch-22

Queen’s needs a systematic plan to address the inevitable strain that increased enrolment will place on valuable student services.Continue...

The State of the University

Over the past few months, our staff have dug into some of the most important issues affecting students, compiling them into this online format.Continue...

This can be happening at Macdonald Hall

Earlier this month, the Queen’s Law Students’ Society (LSS) released its Report on Student Opinion: Proposed Enrollment Expansion. The Report took the opinion of 37 students, over email and social media, regarding
a proposal by the Faculty of Law administration to
expand enrolment.Continue...

Issue 11: Darts & Laurels

Each digital release of the Journal will feature weekly darts and laurels, listing what should be celebrated and criticized from the previous week in world news and campus culture.Continue...

There's no place like res

Soaring first-year enrolment may be preventing Queen’s students from getting the residence experience they desire.Continue...

Higher expectations, higher education

Women have been dominating undergraduate enrolment in university.Continue...

Canadian schools pilot semester-less system

Next year, students at Algoma University and University of Northern British Columbia will take one course for three weeks as part of an alternative class structure developed at Colorado College.Continue...

Room for faculty transfers limited

Features debunks the myth that upper-year students can easily transfer from Arts and Science into Commerce.Continue...

Student soldiers

Twenty-three Canadian Forces members are enrolled in undergraduate programs at Queen's.Continue...

It may be far, but U of M’s issues beg a far-reaching question

The labour strike at the University of Manitoba may seem a few provinces away, but over-enrolment, pressures on professors and suffering student experiences are problems that exist in our own backyard.Continue...

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