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Queen’s student charged with voyeurism and theft

A 19-year-old Queen’s student has been charged with voyeurism and theft, according to a statement released by Kingston Police (KP) on Thursday.Continue...

Next year’s AMS Head Managers hired

The incoming AMS executive team has announced the newly hired Head Managers for AMS services for the 2016-17 year.Continue...

Panel discusses religion and reproductive rights in Ghana

Whether religion is compatible with sexual and reproductive rights in contemporary Ghana was the discussion Thursday night as part of a seminar series hosted by Studies in National and...Continue...

Ontario’s new budget to cover tuition for post-secondary students

Post-secondary students from lower income houses will soon be paying little to nothing to attend universities and colleges in Ontario.

On Thursday, the Ontario government introduced an...Continue...

Queen’s student charged in hit and run

On Monday night, a 22-year-old Queen’s student was charged with five offences after a hit and run. The driver was identified as Steven G. Trojanovic, a defencemen for the Queen’s varsity hockey team.Continue...

2016-17 AMS executive team announced

On Feb. 9, the recently elected 2016-17 AMS Executive — Tyler Lively, David Walker and Carolyn Thompson — announced the team of students that will join them as the AMS Executive Team for the following year.Continue...

Queen’s professor and former vice principal (research) elected to US National Academy of Engineering

Queen’s professor Dr. Kerry Rowe has been elected to the US National Academy of Engineering (NAE). NAE, a private non-profit organization in the United States, elects new members who are distinguished in their research achievements.Continue...

Parenting Room opens on campus

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) has opened a space for student parents on campus.Continue...

IT items to be sold at the Campus Bookstore

With the closing of the Campus Computer Store at the end of April, the Campus Bookstore will be expanding their selection of personal IT items.

The University made the announcement in...Continue...

Possible electric vehicle charging station on campus

When Queen’s alum Fraser Horn, Sci ’89, experienced difficulty charging his electric Tesla Model S in Kingston, he decided to propose a new initiative to add to campus.

For the past two...Continue...

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