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AMS discusses Orientation Summit

AMS Assembly gathered in Jeffrey Hall on Thursday evening to discuss Orientation and Homecoming.Continue...

Mayoral candidates answer questions at student-run forum

The mayoral candidates for Kingston’s municipal election were given a chance to share their platform and goals with students on Wednesday.Continue...

Sydenham district candidates debate student issues at Queen’s

Candidates in Kingston’s municipal election were given a chance to share their platform and goals with students on Wednesday.Continue...

AMS kicks off Sustainability Month

The beginning of October kicked off AMS Sustainability Month.Continue...

CFRC celebrates 100 years of radio broadcasting

Community members gathered on Oct. 7 outside Carruthers Hall for the plaque unveiling of Kingston’s oldest campus radio station CFRC.Continue...

AMS ‘harm reduction’ for Queen’s homecoming

With Queen’s Homecoming coming up, harm reduction, street parties, and street clean-ups are being discussed.Continue...

Mayoral candidate Tina Fraser wants to see Kingston become a ‘smart city’

Tina Fraser says she knows how it feels to be ignored by the people in charge.Continue...

Mayoral candidate Ivan Stoiljkovic makes housing a priority

Kingston mayoral candidate Ivan Stoiljkovic is committed to ending homelessness in Kingston.Continue...

Mayor Bryan Paterson runs for a third term

Incumbent Mayor of Kingston Bryan Paterson is hoping for a third term.Continue...

Skyler McArthur-O’Blenes wants to represent Kingstonians with a ‘fresh’ perspective

A few years ago, Skyler McArthur-O'Blenes, ArtSci ’20, was a government minister at Queen’s Model Parliament. Now he’s running to be the Mayor of Kingston in 2022.Continue...

Paul Charbonneau runs for Sydenham District Councillor

Paul Charbonneau hopes to build on his previous experiences if elected as Sydenham District Councillor in the Kingston municipal election.Continue...

‘Voting is an act of hope’: Conny Glenn runs for Sydenham District Councillor

Conny Glenn will focus on housing and rebuilding the City’s relationship with Queen’s if elected.Continue...

Peter Stroud defends Sydenham District Council seat

Peter Stroud is the incumbent for Kingston’s Sydenham District Councillor election. His platform rests on the same pillars he promoted back when he was first elected in 2014.Continue...

Graduate students struggling under strained budgets

Graduate and professional students voiced concerns with Queen’s at the SGPS town hall on Oct. 4. The town hall is part of a series of meetings the SGPS is holding in Kingston Hall to hear students’...Continue...

StudioQ and P&CC undergoing merger with two-year timeline

The Printing & Copy Centre (P&CC) and StudioQ are undergoing a merger, and the AMS says it’s to serve students on campus.Continue...

University street party task force takes shape

Students have received fines between $500 and $25,000 at unsanctioned gatherings in past years—specifically during Homecoming and St. Patrick’s Day.Continue...

Incident prompting review takes place at KGH

This article discusses distressing topics and may be triggering for some readers. The Canadian Mental Health Association Crisis Line can be reached at 1-800-875-6213. Continue...

Waseem campaigns for school board trustee in Waterloo

Meena Waseem, Comm ’24, is simultaneously taking classes at Smith School of Business and running for a trustee position on the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB).Continue...

Islamic history month takes off at Queen’s

Oct. 1 marked the start of Canada’s 16th Islamic History Month.Continue...

Faculty society presidents seek Orientation summit

As students were welcomed into the Queen’s community this September, some Nursing Orientation leaders faced challenges with accommodations for Orientation Week.Continue...

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