JDUC

JDUC vital to Queen’s

Four years after its construction was halted, the incomplete Queen’s Centre project continues to have a lasting impact on the John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) and its ability to enhance student life.Continue...

AMS fumbles JDUC revitalization

The preliminary stages of the AMS’s JDUC revitalization plan have been poorly executed, and reflect greater failures on the part of the AMS and the University.Continue...

Senate approves first-year residence in JDUC

As a result of increased undergraduate enrollment, 98 first-year students will move into the JDUC in September after plans to turn the building’s graduate spaces into undergraduate rooms were approved.Continue...

JDUC a focus for candidates

The three executive team hopefuls have differing views on what the $1.2 million going towards JDUC renovations should be used for.Continue...

Board of Trustees October 13 meeting recap

The Board of Trustees met on October 13 for their first session of the 2017-18 academic year to discuss changes and developments at the University since their last meeting in May.Continue...

AMS services located along east wall of JDUC to close due to cold

On Thursday, March 16 the AMS executive released a statement regarding the temporary closure of certain AMS services including the Peer Support Centre, Academic Grievance Centre and Housing Resource Centre.Continue...

Powerful paintings showcased in the JDUC

An art show last Saturday night, hosted by Queen’s Half The Sky has a simple message of female empowerment.Continue...

AMS discuss JDUC architectural study and long-term options

On Feb. 2, a blog post from AMS Marketing and Communications announced that the surplus from the $1.2-million JDUC revitalization project will be invested into an architectural study of the JDUC to explore options for long-term planning.Continue...

ASUS Exec and Senator Debate Recaps

ASUS election debates revealed two distinct perceptions of the society — that it’s failed and that it’s inspired.Continue...

New space to increase grad student interaction

Any graduate students who have ever had to compete against undergrads for a seat in Stauffer Library will be happy to hear that a new study space is about to open, reserved solely for them.Continue...

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