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Campus Catch-up

University Centres close after attack on women, Student Union team boycotts elections & Business school forced to reinburse studentsContinue...

SOLUS concerns voiced to administration

Change in tuition fee payment deadline the centre of student feedback at town hall meeting.Continue...

Skating towards femininity

Professor examines the history of gender in figure skating.Continue...

Reflecting on the life of Robert Nason

Robert Nason was the type of person who always gave his friends someone to lean on. ‘I can’t think of anyone who has changed me for the better like Robert has’Continue...

Banning bottled water on campus

In September 2012, all sales of bottled water on campus will come to an end, as a ban comes into effect.Continue...

News in Brief

Editors in Chief electedContinue...

Censorship discussed

For the second year in a row, Queen’s is celebrating Freedom to Read Week in order to raise awareness about issues surrounding censorship and freedom of expression.Continue...

Welcoming the AMS council

Hiring decisions for the incoming AMS council were made Sunday night.Continue...

Counting climate change

Queen’s is on track to reduce its carbon footprint. An inventory of emissions for the May 2009 to April 2010 fiscal year was released last Friday Feb. 11 week. It revealed that the University reduced its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by nine per cent compared to the year before.Continue...

Queen’s mourns loss of student Robert Nason

Robert Nason, a 21 year-old geography major, was found dead at his Division St. home.Continue...

News in brief

Staalduinenon wins computer science presidencyContinue...

Working out the kinks in the ARC

Five to ten percent of machines are typically broken in any athletics facility, says Herbert Steacy, associate director of facilities and business development for Athletics and Recreation.Continue...

At the heart of the matter

Defibrillator to be installed at Duncan McArthur gymnasium.Continue...

Voter turnout declines

Even with an emphasis on early advertising, this year’s AMS election saw a significant decrease in voter turnout.Continue...

Queen's student found dead

Robert Nason, a 21 year-old Arts and Science student, was found dead in a car outside his Division St. home on Tuesday afternoon.

University Chaplain, Brian Yealland said the cause of death hasn't been announced.Continue...

A residential win

Team GAP wins MCRC elections with 388 votes.Continue...

Fewer fighting flu with vaccines

Reduced flu vaccination this year can have negative impacts on both individual and public health.Continue...

President programming

Rob Staalduinen runs unopposed for Computing Students’ Association (COMPSA) president.Continue...

A battle for health

Queen’s and Royal Military College jointly launch first ever Canadian military and veteran health research network.Continue...

Giving a voice to Egypt

Protestors gather outside JDUC to provide support for Egypt’s democratic movement.Continue...

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