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A check-up on campus food establishments

Multiple Queen’s dining and retail facilities were inspected by health and safety inspectors in early September. The results were mixed, with some non-critical and critical violations being listed.Continue...

CESA hosts annual charity pancake breakfast

Queen’s Concurrent Education Student Association (CESA) hosted a charity pancake breakfast on Sept. 18 to raise funds for Women for Women, a non-for-profit organization supporting women in Afghanistan.Continue...

New Graduate Trustee pushes ‘action, advocacy and listening’

Tony Hu, Meds ’26, has been appointed as Graduate Trustee as of 9 a.m. on Sept. 22. He ran for the position uncontested.Continue...

Political Studies department develops internship opportunity

Professor Stephen Larin sat down with The Journal to discuss Queen’s brand-new internship opportunity that will run as a Political Studies course.Continue...

Apiary makes its way to Queen’s

The next time you’re near Richardson Stadium, you might notice a buzz of activity.Continue...

Society ratifications kick off first AMS Assembly of the year

AMS Assembly saw the Dan School Undergraduate Society (DSUS) remove its motion to be ratified as an undergraduate society on Sept. 22.Continue...

Back on track: Terry Fox run returns to Queen’s

Despite a rainy forecast, 50 runners showed their support for cancer research by running a lakeside route on Sept 18.Continue...

Consent week starts at Queen’s

Queen’s, in-line with post-secondary institutions across Canada, has established a national consent week during the third week of September, from Sept. 19 to Sept. 23.Continue...

Psychology department starts faculty name pronunciation initiative

Uncertainty surrounding the pronunciation of faculty members’ names is being eliminated by multiple departments at Queen’s.Continue...

Individual allegedly trespasses on Aberdeen Street

The Kingston Police need the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in the University District.Continue...

Meet some of Queen’s newest Schulich Leaders

Ten first-year students at Queen’s received the Schulich Scholarship award this year.Continue...

Funding sought by ComSoc clubs exceeds projected available funds

Commerce students are eager to return to in-person events after two years of coffee-less coffee chats, Zoom conferences, and LinkedIn friendships.Continue...

AMS Food Bank partners with on-campus food truck

The AMS Food Bank held a particularly delicious fundraiser this week in collaboration with FryWay, a food truck restaurant.Continue...

Defence Attaché speaks on Russia-Ukraine conflict

Canadian Defence Attaché to Ukraine Colonel Robert Foster presented his views on Russia’s war in Ukraine on Wednesday, as the conflict reaches its 7-month mark.Continue...

Centre for Teaching and Learning in its 30th year of operation

The Queen’s Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is working to support faculty and teaching staff coming out of the pandemic.Continue...

PSAC 901 demands Queen’s do more for COVID-19

In an open letter to Principal Patrick Deane, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) 901 said Queen’s is not doing enough to protect employees, students, and the Kingston community.Continue...

EDII calendar works to make events more accessible

Resources for equity-deserving students will become more accessible this school year.Continue...

Queen’s professor wants to bring approach to biology into the 21st century

At the intersection of biology, philosophy, and politics is Dr. Colin Farrelly’s research. Looking at health research, Dr. Farrelly asks, “How do healthy people stay healthy?”Continue...

AMS Clubs Commission talks in-person Orientation events

Over the past year, the AMS has prepared for the return of in-person operations, and what that means for student life.Continue...

Yung Gravy takes over Miller Hall parking lot

This year’s Orientation Roundtable (ORT) Mystery Concert gave first-year students an idea of the fun Queen's has in store for them.Continue...

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