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Alumni voted in elections

Blane McPhail no longer attends Queen’s, but he voted in last week’s online elections.Continue...

News in brief

News in brief.Continue...

Campus catchup

Campus catchup.Continue...

Free funds for local projects

Ten strangers give $100 each to a different community-based project each month. It’s the premise of a new foundation in Kingston.Continue...

Women's heart health at risk with night shift

Working night shifts may have negative long-term health implications, according to a study from Queen’s School of Nursing.Continue...

Websites will share academic resources

Two student-run online companies offering academic services are set to launch this week at Queen’s.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Rector Nick Francis takes office

Nick Francis won the title of Queen’s rector with 52 per cent of the vote in the third round of preferential voting.Continue...

Student represents Canada in Paris summit

Fourth-year Hanan Dhanani spent last week in Paris as the sole Canadian representative at a global summit for women’s issues.Continue...

Senate decides to keep GPA system

Queen’s Senator Jordan Morelli wants the University to rethink its grading structure.Continue...

Beer company gives out pumpkins

An on-campus pumpkin giveaway, was held by beer company James Ready yesterday.Continue...

Electric truck on campus

Queen’s Parking Department now owns a $24,000 low-speed electric truck to use when monitoring parking on main campus.Continue...

E-ballots re-sent

Electronic ballots for the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society’s (ASUS) fall election were re-sent to students after a system error.Continue...

Lawsuit filed against Queen's

A September court ruling against Loyalist College has led to a lawsuit against Queen’s.Continue...

New student exchange

PhD students at Queen’s and the University of Campinas in Brazil are now able to participate in an exchange program that promotes global maternal health knowledge.Continue...

Nick Francis wins rector race

Nick Francis was elected as the 33rd Queen's rector tonight, edging out five competitors.Continue...

Budget concerns restrict research

Due to budget restrictions, the University hasn’t subscribed to every scholarly journal requested by faculty and students.Continue...

Protests progress

Though they’re in violation of a city bylaw, Occupy Kingston protestors continue to camp in Confederation Park.Continue...

Squirrel problem in Ontario Hall

Squirrels inside Ontario Hall have been an ongoing nuisance for staff and students who work in the building.Continue...

Volunteer can’t access campus building

Louise Bark hasn’t been able to return to her volunteer position at CFRC since April because the radio station’s office in the basement of Carruthers Hall isn’t wheelchair accessible.Continue...

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