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ASUS seeks increased student fees to fund ASUS 130 proposals

Students can expect to see a proposed ASUS fee increase on their referendum ticket this coming February.Continue...

Petition calls for further academic accommodations in response to COVID-19

As students study through another semester of remote learning, a petition is calling Principal Patrick Deane and Provost Mark Green to take additional measures of academic accommodations.Continue...

Queen’s Period collecting menstrual products through contactless product drives

Through virtual education and contactless product drives, Queen’s Period is continuing to raise awareness about menstrual inequality and reduce period poverty during the pandemic.Continue...

Queen’s seeks feedback on harassment and discrimination policy

The University is looking for feedback from the campus community on the policy proposed to deal with harassment and discrimination.

The current policy was last...Continue...

News in Brief: Student fee reimbursements after adjustments made

The AMS has readjusted certain student ancillary fees to reflect service operations during the ongoing pandemic.Continue...

EngSoc Presidential election: Christina Bisol runs uncontested

Christina Bisol, Sci ’22, is running uncontested to be the next Engineering Society (EngSoc) President.Continue...

Queen’s identifies one new case of COVID-19 in residence

Queen’s reported one new case of COVID-19 in residence on Thursday.Continue...

New Engineering fellowship offers $25,000 to Indigenous and Black PhD students

This week, the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences (FEAS) at Queen’s joined the Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) Momentum Fellowship initiative.Continue...

Four EngSoc candidates compete for vice-president of student affairs

In the most contested Society election this year, candidates Kaija Edwards, Brian Seo, Sylvie Asija, and Rein Tiisler discussed their platforms for Engineering Society Vice-President of Student Affairs (VPSA) with The Journal. Continue...

EngSoc hopefuls debate rebuilding process after COVID-19

Candidates for the Engineering Society’s (EngSoc) Vice-President (Operations) and Junior Senator positions went head-to-head in a debate hosted Tuesday night on Zoom. Continue...

Two candidates compete for EngSoc junior senator

Two candidates are competing for the position of Junior Senator in the Engineering Society (EngSoc) for the 2020-21 year.Continue...

Race heats up for EngSoc’s VP Operations

Both Salma Ibrahim, Sci ’22, and Benjamin Frosst, Sci ’22, have entered the EngSoc election for Vice-President (Operations) with extensive experience in the Society’s financial operations.Continue...

In debate, ResSoc Presidential candidates discuss first-year experience during COVID-19

Sunday’s Residence Society (ResSoc) presidential debate, held on Zoom, saw both presidential candidates speak to the future of residence during COVID-19.Continue...

Kingston region reporting 17 active cases of COVID-19

Queen’s continues to report eight active cases in the off-campus community as of Monday evening.Continue...

New Nursing Society executive team focus on reconnecting students

The Nursing Science Society (NSS) executive team is looking forward to reviving the Nursing community at Queen’s in their new roles.Continue...

ResSoc candidates compete for presidential position

Two candidates are on the ballot for next year’s Residence Society President: Jared Fernyc and Roshael Chellappah.Continue...

For fourth year in a row, just one team running for AMS Executive

At the AMS Executive, Undergraduate Trustee, and Referendum Groups information night on Jan. 18, only one team was in attendance for information about securing their names on the AMS executive election ballot.Continue...

PSAC Local offers gender-affirming support bursary

The Public Service Alliance of Canada 901 (PSAC) is now offering a Gender Affirming Support Bursary to trans, non-binary, and two-spirit members.Continue...

Queen’s reports no new cases of COVID-19, seeks clarification on recent lockdown measures

Queen’s has reported no new cases of COVID-19 during the week of Jan. 11 to 17 as of Thursday evening, though it continues to report eight active cases off-campus.Continue...

QBACC’s housing project detects 1,680 bylaw violations in student district

Queen’s Backing Action on Climate Change (QBACC) has created a tool that students can use to advocate for improved living conditions. In less than two weeks, the initiative has detected more than 1,500 bylaw violations in the University District.Continue...

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