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International PhD students to pay the same tuition as domestic students

Following community activism and consultations, Queen’s has lowered tuition fees for international PhD students.Continue...

Board of Trustees: Principal Deane warns against ‘hangover effects’ of COVID-19

The Board of Trustees met for an open session on March 5 over Zoom.Continue...

AMS services reopen for business

Three weeks after the province-wide lockdown was lifted and Kingston entered the green zone, some AMS services are set to reopen.Continue...

Queen’s reports three new cases of COVID-19

Queen’s is reporting three new cases of COVID-19 this week, as of Thursday evening.Continue...

Queen’s remains in planning phase about whether vaccine will be mandatory

Queen’s hasn’t decided how exactly the COVID-19 vaccine will factor into its campus re-opening plan for the 2021-22 year.Continue...

Queen’s harassment & discrimination policy in final round of feedback

The University has initiated the final round of feedback on the revised Harassment and Discrimination Policy and Procedure.Continue...

Project to bring more green spaces to campus

Students can expect to see more green spaces on campus next year.Continue...

Team RTZ announces 2021-22 Senior Management team

The incoming AMS executive team has completed hiring for the 2021-22 AMS Senior Management team.Continue...

EDII identified as most pressing issue in Queen’s 2020 Orientation Week

The Senate Orientation Activities Review Board (SOARB) has released its annual report on Orientation Week 2020 —with strong recommendations for orientation groups to focus on Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity and Indigeneity (EDII).Continue...

Queen’s Hospitality Services introduces contactless grocery delivery service

The University is offering a new service to help keep Queen’s and the broader Kingston community stay safe: Campus Market.Continue...

QUCraft rebuilds Queen’s campus in Minecraft

QUCraft, a new Minecraft club, is giving students the ability to experience campus virtually.Continue...

KFL&A Public Health cracks down on St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

Thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, students can expect a significantly quieter St. Patrick’s Day this year.Continue...

AMS restructure creates new job opportunities for students

The AMS restructured its internal operations and application process this year to provide more equitable and productive student opportunities.Continue...

Uncontested COMPSA presidential candidate discusses platform

Sanindie Silva, CompSci ’23, is running uncontested for President of the Computing Students Association (COMPSA).Continue...

Uncontested COMPSA presidential candidate takes questions at open forum

The Computing Students Association (COMPSA) hosted a virtual question and answer period for Presidential candidate Sanindie Silva, CompSci ’23, on Feb. 23.Continue...

New podcast highlights graduate student research

A group of four Queen’s graduate students turned their school project into a podcast everyone can listen to.Continue...

Queen’s postpones spring convocation ceremony

Queen’s announced it’s postponing another round of in-person convocations this spring in an email to graduating students Monday afternoon.Continue...

Kingston vaccine clinic opens at Invista Centre

Starting Monday afternoon, some members of the Kingston population can receive COVID-19 vaccines at the Invista Centre.Continue...

Despite intervenor status, Queen’s “not taking sides” in Student Choice Initiative appeal

Queen’s University will be intervening in the Ford government’s appeal to bring back the Student Choice Initiative (SCI).Continue...

February Assembly: AMS discusses revisions for Student Code of Conduct

AMS Assembly gathered Thursday over Zoom to discuss service reopening, University policy revisions, and the AMS transition period.Continue...

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