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News in Brief: Queen’s Hospitality offers grocery delivery

Queen’s students can now order groceries through the University’s new grocery delivery program: Campus Market.Continue...

Queen’s planning to offer small classes, labs, and tutorials in-person this fall

The University is planning to offer in-person programming next year, pandemic permitting.Continue...

Queen’s backtracks on plans for an in-person Homecoming 2021

Though Queen’s had announced it was planning two in-person Homecoming celebrations in October, Principal Patrick Deane cancelled those plans this morning.Continue...

Residence Society hosts open forum with Jared Fernyc

The Residence Society (ResSoc) held an open forum Sunday night on Zoom where Jared Fernyc, the sole candidate running for the position of Vice-President of Residential Affairs (VPRA), highlighted his platform and plans to build on current ResSoc programming.Continue...

Ontario Liberal leader Steven Del Duca sits down with The Journal

Over the next year, Steven Del Duca will be trying to climb the Ontario Liberal party out from the basement.Continue...

At AMS Assembly, Principal Deane answers questions about JDUC redevelopment

The AMS was joined by Principal Patrick Deane at a special meeting of its Assembly last Thursday to learn more about The Conversation and the semester ahead.Continue...

Indigenous Knowledge Initiative adapts to COVID-19

The Indigenous Knowledge Initiative (IKI) has undergone significant changes under COVID-19 to safely continue serving the Queen’s community.Continue...

ComSoc open forum facilitates discussion in contested election

At Saturday’s open forum, Team AGB and Team BPN, the two teams running to be the next Executive of the Smith Commerce Society (ComSoc), discussed the need to increase advocacy, transparency, and accessibility in Commerce.Continue...

ASUS executive open forum recap

Team Alyth and Brandon kicked off the ASUS executive open forum Friday, Feb. 5.Continue...

SGPS candidates discuss upcoming year at debate

Candidates running in the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) election met at a debate Feb. 5 over Zoom to discuss the upcoming year.Continue...

In contested CESA Executive election, Team AmPLify aims to uplift student voices

As one of two teams running for next year’s CESA Executive, Team AmPLify is focused on uplifting student voices.Continue...

Several CESA positions contested this year

Ahead of the upcoming CESA election, The Journal met with candidates to discuss their plans should they be elected.Continue...

Jared Fernyc runs uncontested for ResSoc Vice-President of Residential Affairs

Jared Fernyc, Eng ’23, is running uncontested for the Residential Society’s (ResSoc) Vice-President of Residential Affairs (VPRA).Continue...

Rector equity grant provides $1,800 in funding

The Office of the Rector Equity Partnership Grant has been distributed to three equity groups on campus.Continue...

Running on ambitious platform, CESA Team BluEJay confident they have experience to follow through

Team BluEJay, one of two prospective CESA Executive teams, is building off of their previous experience at the Association in their platform.Continue...

Kingston to return to green zone on Wednesday, Premier says

At a press conference Monday afternoon, Premier Doug Ford announced the province-wide state of emergency won’t be extended beyond its Feb. 9 expiry date. During the conference, the Province also announced the transition back to the green zone in the Kingston, Frontenac, and Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) region.Continue...

Kingston region reportedly expected to move into green zone this week

With the state of emergency expiring on Tuesday, Ontario is expected to begin regionally reopening its economy—and Kingston is on the list.

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Queen’s reports no new cases of COVID-19

Queen’s continues to report one active case of COVID-19 off-campus this week.Continue...

Undergraduate Trustee Debate: Sharma and Shelvachandren discuss vision for future

Jaya Sharma, BHSc ’24, and Seyon Shelvachandren, Nurs ’24, discussed their platforms at the Undergraduate Trustee debate Wednesday night over Zoom.Continue...

In contested ComSoc election, Team AGB pledges fight for accessibility, inclusivity, and accountability

As one of two teams running for next year’s Smith Commerce Society (ComSoc) executive, Team AGB is emphasizing the need to understand the problems within Commerce, act decisively, and be advocates.Continue...

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