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AMS Referendum statement results

AMS Referendum statement results.Continue...

Queen’s doctor wins prestigious award

Dr. Ruth Wilson wins 5-star Doctor award.Continue...

Student life centre gains new management

AMS will gain full control of student buildings from administration as of May 2011.Continue...

Fresh face changes the race

Kingston and the Islands a contentious riding for next federal election.Continue...

Rector Reprimanded

AMS Assembly censures Day.Continue...

TED talks inspire innovation

TedxQueensU Conference held Nov. 7 is the first ever at Queen’s.Continue...

Enter the Dragon’s Den

Entrepreneur Robert Herjavec will guest lecture on Nov. 10.Continue...

Needs filled by network

Sexual Violence Action Network fights rape culture.Continue...

If the Hsu fits, nominate it

Ted Hsu wins Liberal nomination for Kingston and the Islands on Nov. 7.Continue...

AMS fall referendum statements

The Journal provides this free space for parties on the ballot. All statements are unedited.Continue...

Never forget

Holocaust Education Week starts Nov. 8Continue...

Riding the Liberal wave

The Journal talks with candidates running for the Liberal nomination on Nov. 7.Continue...

Campus Catch-Up

Campus catch-up.Continue...

Counting student votes

Lack of campus advertising seen during last week’s municipal election.Continue...

Growing Goodes Hall

The west wing expansion of Goodes Hall is on time and on budget.Continue...

Little red riding

Liberal nomination meeting set for Nov. 7.Continue...

Medical record revolution

Queen’s professor leads project to track medical records online.Continue...

Specializing Ontario schools

Higher Education Quality Committee advises university specialization.Continue...

Upgrading sustainability at Queen’s

Annual College Sustainability Report Card raises Queen’s grade from B- in 2010 to B.Continue...

Learning methods put to the test

Most students these days spent their high school science days pouring over textbooks and answering teachers’ questions, but a recent Queen’s study suggests that traditional hands-on teaching methods may in fact be more effective in a science classroom.Continue...

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