News

SGPS secures grad student funding despite revenue cuts

Graduate student funding is secure at Queen’s despite sweeping province-wide reforms, an SGPS press release announced Monday.Continue...

University uncorks alcohol policy update

For the first time in nearly seven years, the University is updating its campus alcohol policy.Continue...

ComSoc and ResSoc elect next executive

This weekend, substantial majorities elected two societies’ future executives, with one team winning for the second time.Continue...

A week of international development

International Development Week (IDW) will offer students the opportunity to engage with global development clubs and initiatives at Queen’s.Continue...

Happy Soul Project kicks off a dozen hours of biking on Feb. 28

On Feb. 28, Queen’s students will bike for 12 hours in the ARC to raise money and awareness for the Happy Soul Project.Continue...

UCARE centre to open this spring

This spring, the University Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (UCARE) will be opening a space for social justice clubs and inclusivity on campus.Continue...

News in Brief

Queen’s will continue research relations with Chinses telecom giant, Huawei, despite US criminal charges being laid against the company.Continue...

Ottawa pledges almost $5 million to Queen’s researchers

Queen’s will receive nearly $5 million for research as part of a nation-wide, $141 million investment.Continue...

Matariki Indigenous Student Mobility Programme to be hosted by Queen’s

Queen’s is set to host an Indigenous experiential learning programme this summer on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee.Continue...

Winter Coat Drive in need of more donations

Winter clothing is essential to students’ success this time of the year, and Queen’s Winter Coat Exchange (QWCE) knows that all too well.Continue...

Investigation into AMS president to cost $15k

AMS assembly passed a motion Thursday night to spend $15,000 on President Martinez’ investigation.Continue...

Senate Recap: January 29

Senate addressed the potential hit to revenue stemming from Ontario’s recent OSAP changes on Tuesday’s meeting.Continue...

AJW voted next AMS executive

As voting closed Tuesday, a 30.1 per cent turnout rate elected next year’s student leaders.

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Arrests over alleged bomb plot took place on edge of University District

After police raided a house on the edge of the University District last Thursday, a youth was charged with two terrorism-related offenses.Continue...

Walkhome to begin non-binary employment for upcoming hiring period

Queen’s Walkhome will begin hiring those who identify as non-binary this spring, following several consultations and an AMS survey.Continue...

SGPS presidential debate recap

Presidential candidates faced off at the executive open forum on Friday for their final confrontation before the Jan. 28 to 29 elections.Continue...

Residence Society to hold second vote after results nullified

ResSoc has restarted its executive election following the nullification of results on Jan. 23.Continue...

CESA Executive debate recap

On Friday night, CESA candidate teams RAY and Illuminate pitched similar platform points at the Association’s executive debate.Continue...

Vice-president student affairs candidate to run uncontested

Taylor Brooks is running for COMPSA’s most people-oriented position, hoping a win will increase student engagement.Continue...

Team ACA runs uncontested for commerce society executives

ComSoc candidates hope to take a broader approach to careers in commerce and lead undergrads to less traditional paths.Continue...

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