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Queen’s employees face financial hurdles

Government plans will aid pension solvency in Ontario universities but want two years of wage freezesContinue...

Crafting an equitable future at Queen’s

Diversity and Equity Task Force Action Plan aims to create an inclusive climateContinue...

Bridging the gap

Though women have come a long way, statistics indicate that men still dominate in many scientific and technological disciplines. This includes full-time and part-time doctoral candidates in the following disciplines at Queen’s.Continue...

Campus Catch-Up

News from campuses across Canada.Continue...

Clark Hall welcomes engineering alumni

First ever Round Table Traditions shows students how to use opportunities at Queen’s in later lifeContinue...

Generation Y stereotypes proven wrong

RSM Richter survey shows assumptions about Generation Y in the workplace aren’t always true.Continue...

Able’s premier

New SIC Publication will promote ability awareness through literary and visual artistic submissions.Continue...

Powwow a success

Event celebrates Aboriginal people’s culture and heritage.Continue...

Anxiety, eating disorders on the rise

Statistics show 51 per cent of university students between the ages 18-25 reported binge eating due to academic stressContinue...

Vogue recieves healthy makeover

Vogue Charity Fashion show encourages diversity, healthy lifestyle with new initativesContinue...

Fauxcoming fallout

Police estimate that they arrested 100 people and spent approximately $375,000 over what would have been Homecoming weekend.Continue...

Fauxcoming Web Gallery

Photos from around Kingston on Fauxcoming weekend.Continue...

Fauxcoming live blog

Updates from Aberdeen St. by the Journal Staff.Continue...

Aberdeen draws smaller crowds

Queen’s second Fauxcoming started with rumors of a party on Kingston Field.

The Facebook group ‘Queen’s Homecoming 2010,’ announced the location of a previously secret location at 7 p.m. last night. The group boasted almost 6,000 members, but at 9:07 p.m., when the group was supposed to descend onto the field, only a small number of students showed up.Continue...

Celebrating bisexuality

Yesterday Queen’s students got their second taste of Celebrate Bisexuality Day.Continue...

Program focuses on indigenous community

Last June four students walked out of Grant Hall as Canada’s first graduates of a Professional Masters in Public Administration (PMPA) with a special concentration in indigenous public administration and policy.Continue...

Engineering global citizens

The government of Botswana has sponsored 10 of the nation’s best and brightest students to come to Queen’s.Continue...

Prison farms in peril

The Liberal Party of Canada announced their commitment to re-establishing prison farms at an open press conference yesterday at City Hall.Continue...

Honouring inspiring women

Ban Righ Centre launches ‘Who is She’ campaign to promote its visibility on campus.Continue...

Combating high tuition

Ontario universities have recently been found to have the most expensive tuition in Canada.Continue...

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