Homecoming

ReUnion Street Festival fee passes, after a fight

A mandatory $12.50 ReUnion Street Festival fee and a $24.43 Tricolour Yearbook and Studio Q opt-out fee passed at Tuesday’s AMS Annual General Meeting (AGM).Continue...

AMS to seek $12.50 festival fee

The AMS is asking for a $12.50 mandatory student fee to help cover the costs of next year’s ReUnion Street Festival, intended to become an annual event.Continue...

Admin, support ReUnion

It’s in the University’s best interests to help establish the ReUnion Street Festival as a new Homecoming tradition.Continue...

AMS lobbies Queen’s for ReUnion Street Festival funding

Though Principal Daniel Woolf expressed hope last fall that the ReUnion Street Festival would become a new Homecoming tradition, the University is refusing to provide the AMS with funding to support the festival.Continue...

Letter to the Editor for Tuesday, Feb. 3

ReUnion Street Festival needs university funds.Continue...

Homecoming deemed a general success

Despite a rise in arrests and tickets, various stakeholders in Homecoming said they consider this year’s event to have been a success, owing in part to the inaugural ReUnion Street Festival that took place Saturday night.Continue...

Homecoming remains controlled

The second year of Homecoming’s return saw a Saturday night comparable, in terms of arrests and tickets, to the two 2013 Homecoming weekends.Continue...

Queen's Homecoming 2014

Oct. 17-19 marks Queen's second consecutive Homecoming weekend after a five-year, University-imposed ban.Continue...

York snuffed on Homecoming

An all-around dominant display made for a large margin of victory at Homecoming.Continue...

Men's rugby rolls through Mustangs

Alumni were treated this afternoon as men's rugby dominated the rival Western Mustangs at Nixon Field.Continue...

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