On March 15, United Steelworkers (USW) announced that Queen’s University residence dons filed an application to unionize on USW’s Instagram page.
The votes are in: Team OAK has been elected the new Computing Students Association (COMPSA) executive team. 
In the last AMS Assembly, changes were brought forth to return the Orientation Roundtable (ORT) budgeting process to its pre-COVID state.
Queen’s overall revenue is anticipated to be $37.6 million lower than was outlined in the 2022-23 operating budget. 
Queen’s Iranian student Niki Ehsan, ArtSci ’25, is petitioning the Government of Canada to label the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)—or “morality police”—as a terrorist entity.
Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health is seeing a “spike” in gonorrhea cases among post-secondary aged individuals, says Nicole Szumlanski, manager of the sexual health program at KFL&A Public Health.
Two Queen’s alumni, Chase Edgelow, BSc ’06, and Stephen Penstone, BSc ’15, were recognized as “changemakers” by The Globe and Mail on Feb 24.
To improve readability of building signs on campus for blind students, AMS Social Issues Commissioner (External) Dreyden George is introducing The Braille Project.
Conversations on equity were amplified this week on campus by Queen’s first in-person Student Voices Week.
Queen’s newest student residence, formerly known as Albert Street Residence, has been named Endaayaan–Tkanónsote to honour Indigenous histories, lands, and communities.
Queen’s Science (Sci) Formal—run by the Engineering Society (EngSoc)—was back in-person at Grant Hall on March 11, in support of United Way Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington (KFL&A) to provide monetary support to the Kingston community.
21 recommendations have been made on the Queen’s sexual violence policy going into its triennial review.  
President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen visited Kingston’s Canadian Forces Base (CFB) on March 7. During her two-day visit to Canada, she was hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and they both attended the CFB for a joint press conference. 
At the AMS’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), members of the Black Clubs Caucus said the AMS doesn’t see them as a priority.
The U-Flourish Student Mental Health Research program is composed of researchers at Queen’s seeking to understand how to support students’ mental health and well-being.
“Welcome, boomers. Let’s talk about health care,” is how award-winning journalist André Picard started his lecture, “Medicare 2050: Rebuilding the Health System for an Aging Society” on March 2 at Ellis Hall. 
Student policy makers replaced city councillors at City Hall on March 5 to plan the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance’s (OUSA) lobbying agenda for the 2023 year as part of OUSA’s General Assembly.
Kingston and its community partners unveiled a new protocol to address human trafficking in Kingston and surrounding areas on March 7 at City Hall.
The Journal had five articles shortlisted and two winning pieces at the recent John H. MacDonald (JHM) Awards for Excellence in Student Journalism.
Successful women at Queen’s gathered virtually on International Women’s Day on March 9 to discuss how they broke the glass ceiling and how other women can, too.
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