A 12-foot Trojan horse allegedly built by Western engineering students appeared in Mitchell Hall on March 26 as an ode to a long-time rivalry.
The new JDUC will see a familiar face return to campus: the Queen’s Pub (QP), which has been closed since 2020. 
The prestigious 2023 Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award was given to Laura Devenny, ArtSci ’23, Nishana Ramsawak, PhD ’24, Samara Lijiam, ArtSci ’23, and Jane Mao, MEd ’23.
Hiring for Indigenous-specific positions will now be verified under Queen’s new interim Indigenous hiring policy. 
The incoming AMS executive team has yet to reveal any of their senior management hires for the upcoming school year.
Engineering students at Queen’s and the Royal Military College of Canada were ringed during a special ceremony in Grant Hall on March 19.
PSAC 901 organized a rally outside Richardson Hall calling for tuition abolition last Wednesday.
Senators discussed additional medical school capacity following the Ontario provincial budget announcement at Senate in Robert-Sutherland Hall on March 28.
Through the Community Outreach Commission of the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS), students are collectively volunteering thousands of hours to help Kingston non-profits.
Eight days after publicly announcing they were seeking to organize, residence dons voted yes to unionizing with United Steel Workers (USW).
In an email to AMS staff on Tuesday, it was announced that Twitter accounts with AMS emails were part of a data breach on the dark web.  
The AMS is conducting a review of their elections policy and procedures to better protect equity-deserving students.
Swaths of students took to Aberdeen St. for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations on both March 17 and 18 which posed an “immediate threat to safety in the area,” according to Kingston Police. 
Queen’s released the results of the 2022 Student Health Surveys consisting of three concurrent surveys.
Queen’s Centre for Enterprise Development (QCED) was dissolved on March 6.
The Seniors for Climate Action Now (SCAN) rallied on Princess St. in front of the RBC branch location on March 21. The rally was against fossil fuel investments. 
The University recently released the 2022-23 Queen’s Enrolment Report, which depicts student enrolment as of Nov. 1, 2022.
The Senate Committee on Academic Development and Procedures (SCADP) has recommended changes to the policy on the Exam Bank, according to a report presented to the Senate on Feb. 17, 2023.  
The last Sustainability Hub of the semester was held on March 15 at the Rose Innovation Hub in Mitchell Hall.  
‘Journal’ photographers capture street parties in University District
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