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Oct. 31 Senate recap

Queen’s Senate met on Oct. 31 to discuss the climate of the University following ongoing concerns with street parties and conclusions drawn from the Principal’s Implementation Committee on Racism, Diversity and Inclusion.Continue...

AMS Assembly creates new PIP judicial appeals process

On Nov. 2, AMS Assembly debated and passed a motion to create a new judicial appeals board for internal AMS policy infractions called the Policy Infringement Protocol Appeals Board.Continue...

AMS Assembly recap Oct. 19

Discussions of the proposed revitalization of the JDUC and student fees levy imposed by clubs dominated AMS Assembly on Oct. 19.Continue...

Successful start to weekend for Queen’s hockey

Homecoming weekend signalled the start to the men’s and women’s hockey team’s 2017/18 campaign.Continue...

Gaels stay undefeated after dominant homecoming

Men’s rugby are just one win away from a perfect regular season.Continue...

Provost Bacon brings lively approach to budgeting prior to TRC discussion

While “budget presentation” doesn’t normally inspire a lively attitude, Provost Antoine-Benoit Bacon demonstrated an abundance of enthusiasm during the March 21 meeting of Senate.Continue...

Reports detail finances and rector suggests social justice centre on campus to Board

After an hour of scheduled closed session, the March 3 meeting of the Board of Trustees was largely devoted to student and faculty representatives informing the Board of developments in their various departments in recent months.Continue...

Less popular Fall Break option among students to be recommended by task force

On Feb. 15 members of AMS Assembly convened in Dunning Hall for a meeting with sparse discussion, beginning with the ratification of incoming commissioners and directors, later leading into a twist announcement regarding Fall Term Break.Continue...

Week 5: Gaels away from home

Mixed bag of results for travelling teams.Continue...

Gaels fall to Paladins at 31st Carr-Harris Cup

When rivalry games are played, it brings out the best in both teams. Often, deep historical ties and bad blood boils over, with anything possible over the course of 60 minutes.Continue...

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