Serving soup to female-identifying students has been a staple at the Ban Righ Centre (BRC) since its inception in 1974.
The Resource Bank on Race, BIPOC and Global Perspectives in International Relations (IR) was launched last week under Queen’s teaching resources.
Queen’s Senate is looking to find solutions to support graduate and postdoctoral students who are facing financial stress, mental health difficulties, and housing insecurity.
Major gifts and financial donations have been made to various aspects of Queen’s recently. 
An intoxicated male individual was at the Queen’s Centre and Stauffer Library on Feb. 27 at approximately 7 p.m. Campus Security and Kingston Police responded to the situation.
Queen’s has scrapped admissions to the Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) program for now.
The Queen’s IT team faces tens of thousands of cybersecurity threats to systems every day, according to Marie-Claude Arguin, Queen’s chief information officer and associate vice-principal (IT services).
Queen’s administrators discussed police presence during large events, sexual assault on campus, and supporting Palestinian students at the Equity Town Hall hosted by the AMS Social Issues Commission. 
After eight months of bargaining and negotiations, Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA) and Queen’s University have come to a tentative deal with respect to their labour contracts.  
Queen’s faculty and staff convened in the lobby of Stauffer Library on Feb. 10 to unveil the new name of the building’s first floor: the Daniel R. Woolf Gallery. 
Queen’s BFA student Mary*, whose name has been protected for personal safety, is concerned the staff member who allegedly sexually harassed her is returning to campus after she graduates in May.
Queen’s graduate student union, PSAC 901, wants Principal Patrick Deane to abolish tuition for graduate students and increase working wages.
The Faculty of Arts and Science awarded the Principal Emeritus Daniel R. Woolf Professorship in the Humanities to Nancy van Deusen at the end of January.
Queen’s Human Resources Department released a new strategic plan for 2022-25, entitled “Empowering Our People.”
Queen’s is encouraging students to take cybersecurity modules in response to an incident at the AMS executive debate on Feb. 2.
The waiting game continues. Claire Dobbie, BFA ’23, and co-president of the Fine Arts DSC, said there’s a general feeling of tiredness and burnout for current BFA students who continue to advocate for the program to continue without suspension. 
Kingston Police attended the Queen’s Centre on Jan. 31 at 6:10 p.m. following a call by Queen’s Campus Security and Emergency Services.
As Senate opened on Jan. 31, AMS president Eric Sikich asked questions via Zoom regarding the sessional dates surrounding Orientation Week and the University’s “competing priorities.”
Vera Aube, ArtSci ’23, was diagnosed with autism over the winter break. After three and a half years at Queen’s, they now feel “validated” to speak out on behalf of the neurodivergent community.
With the Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA) ready to strike if the University does not make concessions during upcoming negotiations, students are wondering where they fit in.
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