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Electing a student approach

While teams CES and SDL have big plans on how to get students involved in the AMS, their ways of approaching students vary.Continue...

AMS Elections 2011 Quiz Answers

AMS Elections 2011 Quiz AnswersContinue...

Referendum statements

Vote online Feb. 1. Check your Webmail for details.Continue...

Tray-less dining in cafeterias reduces food waste

Main Campus Residence Council (MCRC) encourages diners to forgo trays in sustainability initiative.Continue...

The spell of SDL

Presidential candidate Sacha Gudmundsson, vice-president (Operations) candidate Dan Szczepanek, and vice-president (University Affairs) candidate Lara Therrien Boulos are big on fun, but just as big on ideas.Continue...

CES for AMS

Team CES presidential candidate Morgan Campbell, vice-president (Operations) candidate Ashley Eagan and vice-president (University Affairs) candidate Kieran Slobodin describe themselves as AMS insiders with experience and research on their side this election.Continue...

AMS approves Student Life Centre

Last Thursday at AMS Assembly, a management agreement for the newly acquired Student Life Centre (SLC) was approved. The SLC will include the JDUC, the Grey House, MacGillivray-Brown Hall and the Queen’s Centre, minus the Athletics and Recreation Complex.Continue...

Protest interrupts dinner

Over 100 protesters gathered outside the University Club on Wednesday night where the Federal Minister of the Environment John Baird was attending a fundraising dinner for the local Conservative riding.Continue...

Minister matters

This week three provincial ministers visited Queen’s to talk about issues facing students and Ontarians in general.Continue...

Student equity plans released

Equity is being made a priority for next year by both the AMS and Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS). Both student governments have finalized equity action plans for the 2010-11 academic year.Continue...

Race for AMS executive begins

At last night’s AMS Assembly, teams CES and SDL were placed on the election ballot. AMS elections take place Feb. 2.Continue...

Unpaid tuition

30 per cent of engineering students are required to pay up to $3,000 in tuition by June 1 after the Registrar’s office mistakenly undercharged students on QCARD.

The mistake occurred in September and was noticed by the Registrar’s office in mid-December after enrollment audits were complete.Continue...

Queen’s history moves into 21st century

Third volume on Queen’s history written by university historian will begin in the early 1960s.Continue...

Queen’s staff unionizes

After voting 53.8 per cent in favour, Queen’s administrative staff is unionizing with the United Steelworkers (USW).Continue...

Student raises local poverty awareness

Last March Dineen decided to get involved with the issue by co-authoring a book with a Queen’s professor called Persistent Poverty: Voices from the Margins . “A lot of Queen’s students don’t see Kingston as their real home because they are here temporarily. Unless you have a job or internship in the city you might not learn about local issues,” she said.Continue...

Campus Catch-Up

Campus Catch-Up.Continue...

Board causes outrage

14 students allegedly locked out of Board of Trustees.Continue...

Voting vegan

Queen’s wins second place for healthy vegan options in nationwide contest.Continue...

Abrams steps down as Conservative nominee

Brian Abrams, Tory nominee for Kingston and the Islands, announced on Dec. 17 that he won’t run in the next federal election.Continue...

Habib Khan remembered

‘He was friendly, always smiling’Continue...

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