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EngSoc candidates compete for vice-presidential position

EngSoc’s only contested election this year will see Jinho Lee, Sci ’21, and Melissa Young, Sci ’20, campaign for the vice-president (operations).Continue...

COMPSA vice-president (operations) candidate Shreyansh Anand talks entrepreneurship

Shreyansh Anand, CompSci ’21, is pushing to fill the gaps in the computing experience at Queen’s, starting with mentors and entrepreneurship.Continue...

COMPSA executive debate recap

On Thursday night, every candidate in the Computing Students’ Association executive election called for increased student participation.Continue...

EngSoc executive debate recap

In the ILC atrium on Tuesday, four candidates vying for next year’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) executive team answered questions on transparency, promotion, and pneumonia.Continue...

Sole EngSoc presidential candidate on being an advocate for students

As the only candidate running for president of the Engineering Society this year, Delaney Benoit, Sci ’20, wants to be a voice for the Society’s students.Continue...

Vice-presidential candidate wants COMPSA to “regain trust of students”

Danielle Edward, CompSci ’21, aims to rebuild COMPSA from the ground up as the vice-president of operations for the 2019-20 academic year.Continue...

Undergraduate Trustee forum recap

Tyler Macintyre, the sole Undergraduate Trustee candidate, spoke to an open forum which no students attended in Wallace Hall on Wednesday.Continue...

‘More questions than answers’: student governments parse OSAP changes

As the structure of Ontario’s university finances changes, the AMS and SGPS are in the dark on the specifics.Continue...

Juniper Café granted only three-month extended lease despite public outcry

Juniper Café’s owners incited a public outcry following the release of an email alleging their mistreatment. A City report has proved the allegations false.Continue...

Mitchell Hall bills University for approximately $105 million

After two years of construction, Mitchell Hall formally opened its doors last December—since then, almost all services located in the building have become completely operational.Continue...

News in Brief

Student Wellness Services (SWS) is administering an online survey to better understand the health and wellness needs of students at Queen’s.Continue...

Students live and sleep in Stauffer for one week

This week, students from the Queen’s chapter of Room to Read will be spending the night in Stauffer as part of the Live-In for Literacy fundraising campaign.Continue...

Let’s Talk Mental Health preview event takes campus

The Department of Health Sciences and Bell Let’s Talk co-hosted “Let’s Talk Mental Health” in Mitchell Hall’s Rose Innovation Hub on Tuesday.Continue...

Queen’s students are finance podcasters for change

A group of five undergraduate students say financial literacy is lacking and have started a podcast to remedy it.Continue...

ASUS executive open forum recap

Despite running uncontested in this year’s ASUS Executive election, Team Chayce and Aaryan faced numerous questions at Tuesday night’s forum in the Lower Ceilidh of the JDUC.Continue...

SGPS presidential election sees two hopefuls

This year, the only contested SGPS election is for its presidency.Continue...

Ontario addresses changes to OSAP

Minister Merrilee Fullerton is standing by the Province’s “historic reforms” to OSAP in response to a list of questions from The Journal. Continue...

Smith School of Business to update guest speaker process policy

Months after Chance Macdonald was invited to guest lecture a Queen’s business class, Smith School of Business is updating its process for inviting guest speakers to classrooms.Continue...

Team NOM elected as 2019-20 Residence Society Executives

Voting for Residence Society (ResSoc) executive closed Tuesday night, electing Team NOM by daybreak.Continue...

Students to protest OSAP changes on campus

Last Thursday, Ontario’s government released sweeping changes to OSAP—and on Tuesday Queen’s students will take to University and Union to protest the decision.Continue...

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