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Queen’s researchers find possible cancer treatment update off Japanese coast

On the other side of the planet, two Queen’s researchers found a toxin that could improve the treatment of aggressive cancers off the coast of Japan.Continue...

ResSoc executive debate recap

At a debate in Victoria Hall on Sunday, the Residence Society’s two candidate teams—Team NOM and Team SBB—discussed how to address student awareness and enable greater residence services.Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap: Jan 17

Last Thursday’s AMS assembly began with a presentation from the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) President Danny Chang and Vice President of Administration and Human Resources, Julia Göllner.Continue...

ResSoc executive candidates outline engagement, wellness priorities

As executive candidates in this year’s Residence Society (ResSoc) election, members of Team NOM say their diverse leadership experience can bring change in residence halls.Continue...

Team SBB aims to improve student supports

Team SBB is looking to innovate on-campus living in this year’s Residence Society election.Continue...

Team Illuminate looks to brighten job prospects

Team Illuminate hopes to engage students within CESA with more services and a more comprehensive ConEd experience.Continue...

Undergraduate trustee election sees sole candidate

With the Undergraduate Trustee position uncontested this year, the AMS unanimously confirmed Tyler Macintyre, Sci ’20, to begin his election campaign on Thursday.Continue...

CESA Team RAY campaigns on ‘You the student’

One of two teams campaigning in this year’s Concurrent Education Students Association (CESA) election, Team RAY is putting student experience at the forefront.Continue...

ASUS executive election goes uncontested

As the lone candidates in this year’s ASUS executive elections, Team Chayce and Aaryan says it can bring accessibility and inclusivity to the Arts and Science faculty next year.Continue...

AMS executive Team AJW runs alone

With a slogan like “listeners before leaders,” it’s clear AMS executive Team AJW is taking meetings.Continue...

AMS vote OKs multi-million dollar JDUC redevelopment

The multi-million dollar JDUC redevelopment project passed in a referendum on Friday evening, clearing its last major hurdle.Continue...

Man attempts to record woman in Stauffer washroom

A woman fled a washroom in Stauffer library last month when a man reached under her stall with a cellphone and tried to record her.

The 21-year-old man entered the women’s washroom at...Continue...

Queen’s researcher breaks ground on Alzheimer’s prevention

Nature Medicine published Fernanda De Felice’s study on irisin and its effect on and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease on Jan. 7—and since then, her findings have garnered international attention.Continue...

SGPS, United Way drive asks for clothes, non-perishables

A winter clothes and non-perishables drive from the SGPS and AMS Student United Way Committee ends this month.Continue...

Speaker shares realities of male sexual trauma

One in six males is survivor of sexual abuse, but there’s limited conversation about male sexual trauma and only a handful of services for male survivors in Ontario.Continue...

Queen’s professor appointed as Member of the Order of Canada

Before the Bell Let’s Talk campaign hits on Jan. 30, its Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair—and Queen’s professor—Heather Stuart joined the Order of Canada.Continue...

Queen’s adopts Okanagan Charter

On Jan. 9, Queen’s formally adopted the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting Universities and Colleges, committing to health and wellness on campus.Continue...

Smith MMAI program awarded scholarships in Artificial Intelligence

Five students from Smith School of Business have been awarded Vector Scholarships in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the honour’s first year.Continue...

News in Brief

Mastercard Foundation recipient Hiwot Mekuanent will advance her research on the rights of people living with disabilities in Ethiopia to Canada.Continue...

Province to cut tuition costs by 10 per cent, nix free tuition

The province announced new changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Plan (OSAP) on Thursday that—while proposing cuts to tuition—could see out-of-pocket studentfees increase.Continue...

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