University Affairs

Policy compose before we close

The practice of suspending admissions — from Fine Art, graduate French Studies and now perhaps to Theological Studies — has opened a can of worms at Queen’s.Continue...

No rest until we divest

Hundreds of universities and colleges across the United States are campaigning to have their school’s divest from fossil fuel companies in an effort to combat climate change.Continue...

PSAC won’t crack despite pressure from Queen’s

Earlier this month, after eighteen months of bargaining, Queen’s post-docs delivered a 92 per cent strike authorization vote.Continue...

Policy to impose sanctions on student groups

The AMS is drafting a policy that will allow it to sanction entire student organizations as part of its Non-Academic Discipline (NAD) system.Continue...

Union seeks to kickstart stalled negotiations

A rally outside Richardson Hall, held last Thursday by the United Steelworkers Union (USW), called for a return to job evaluation system negotiations that address transparency and pay equity, which have been stalled for months.Continue...