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Kingston drafts strategic plan for new council term with help from locals

Kingston city council wants the next four years to be built off a collaboration of community members.Continue...

Facing significant revenue loss, the AMS restructures

Ontario’s student unions are cutting operation costs after the Ford government announced major changes to university finances last month.Continue...

Celebrating the excellence of Robert Sutherland

Every day, students walk by Robert Sutherland Hall on their way to class, but few are aware of the building’s historic legacy.Continue...

Former minister calls on Ford government to release sexual violence survey results

On Tuesday, former Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development Mitzie Hunter called on the Ford government to immediately release the Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey results.Continue...

Queen’s signs onto University Climate Coalition

Queen’s has joined the University Climate Change Coalition (UC3), ratifying a commitment to take action against climate change.Continue...

QPID sleeps rough for homelessness awareness

Queen’s Project’s on International Development (QPID) will be hosting their annual Five Days for Homeless on March 3 to 8.Continue...

Connections Engineering Outreach brings STEM to Kingston

On Feb. 23, Connections Engineering Outreach will put on their second Educational Technology Conference in the newly renovated Mitchell Hall.Continue...

Study aims for province-wide data on LGBTQ2S+ students

Thriving on Campus is a province-wide study aimed at understanding the experiences of LGBTQ2S+ university students in Ontario.Continue...

Flip the Script returns for second year

The return of Flip the Script, a sexual assault resistance education program, met positive feedback but declining registration this year.Continue...

Pre-Doctoral Fellowships inviting applications from Indigenous students

For the second year, the Faculty of Arts and Science is inviting applications for Pre-Doctoral Fellowships for Indigenous Students.Continue...

ACSA hosts High Commissioner of Jamaica

This past weekend, the High Commissioner of Jamaica to Canada paid a visit to Queen’s campus.Continue...

News in Brief: Man charged with punching Queen’s student sentenced to time served

After spending over three months in pre-trial custody, a man charged with punching a Queen’s student was released last week.Continue...

AMS grapples with ‘significant damage’ after Student Choice Initiative

On Thursday, the AMS held an emergency assembly to discuss the future of the Society in its current form.Continue...

Editor in Chief of Queen's Journal Volume 147 elected

On Thursday night, Meredith Wilson-Smith was elected the next Editor in Chief of The Journal , Volume 147.

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Fire alarm dye smokes out malicious pulls

Students pulling residence fire alarms are facing an unexpected consequence: a bright blue hand.Continue...

Mental health appointments rise by 73 per cent over last five years

Mental health appointments rose by 73 per cent in the last five years, according to the most recent annual Student Wellness Services (SWS) report.Continue...

AMS signs province-wide plea for Student Choice Initiative repeal

On Jan. 29, student unions from across Canada signed an open letter criticizing Ontario’s Student Choice Initiative.Continue...

University “well ahead of deadline” for sexual violence policy review

The Queen’s community can provide feedback on the University’s reviewed sexual violence policy months before the deadline.Continue...

University yet to receive Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey results

One year ago, more than 650,000 post-secondary students were invited to participate in a survey about sexual violence.Continue...

Queen’s to lose $31.4 million in revenue following tuition cuts

Queen’s is developing their 2019-20 academic year budget—despite an expected $31.4 million drop in revenue.Continue...

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