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Two faces of Mexico tour comes to Queen's

A two-week tour, called The Two Faces of Mexico, addresses the protection of indigenous rights in the Chiapas region of Mexico.Continue...

News in brief

News in brief.Continue...

Policy to review workplace safety

The first AMS injury incident report of this academic year was presented to the Board of Directors on Nov. 3.Continue...

Prof evaluates tuberculosis testing in prisons

There’s a more efficient way to treat tuberculosis in Canadian prisons, according to a review conducted by a Queen’s professor.Continue...

Panel looks at veteran mental health

Research on veteran mental health programs will save lives, according to Senator Romeo Dallaire.Continue...

Astronaut alumnus returns

Drew Feustel, PhD ’95, always dreamed that anyone could become an astronaut.Continue...

Bus service on the decline

In the past two years, Tricolour Express has seen a 30 per cent decline in ticket sales.Continue...

Bands banned for term

Queen’s Bands was suspended yesterday after controversial material was brought to university administrators.Continue...

QTV unconcerned with result

During the recent AMS fall referendum, 83 per cent of votes cast were against a mandatory fee for Queen’s TV (QTV).Continue...

News in brief

News in brief.Continue...

College ties strengthened

A new agreement between Queen’s and St. Lawrence College aims to address issues that students face when completing both college and university educations.Continue...

Fine arts admissions suspended

AMS Assembly voted to create a committee last night that will investigate the University’s decision to suspend admissions into the fine arts program.Continue...

Goat barely afloat

The Sleepless Goat workers co-operative is facing financial difficulty.Continue...

Fine Art to suspend admissions

An email sent to Fine Art students states limited resources as cause of admission suspension.Continue...

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News in brief.Continue...

Decriminalization desired

Prohibition on drugs in Canada should be reconsidered, says Senator Larry Campbell.Continue...

Sell-out costs students

Luke Murray, Sci ’12, wanted to bring his girlfriend to Science Formal this Saturday, but said he couldn’t afford to pay triple the marked ticket price after regularly-priced guest tickets were sold out.Continue...

Concerns about professor

Adjunct assistant professor Mike Mason has not attended his class since he announced that students had complained to the history department about terms used in his lectures.Continue...

Annual conference adopts nomadic theme

The TedxQueensU conference features 10 speakers this year.Continue...

Virtual therapy for children

Exercise video game Fit ‘n’ Fun was created to help children with cerebral palsy simultaneously exercise and socialize.Continue...

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