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Program performs

Residency programs in the Queen's School of Medicine are doing better than before.Continue...

Back in cabinet

Premier Dalton McGuinty named John Gerretsen Attorney General yesterday afternoon.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Debate differentiates candidates

At Wednesday night’s rector debate, all six candidates agreed that effectively communicating with students is a priority. But each candidate has a different approach in mind.Continue...

News in brief

News in brief.Continue...

Six candidates vie for rector role

The campaign period for a new rector started nearly two months after Nick Day resigned from the position.Continue...

No double dip

Kingston Police added 10 extra officers on Saturday night in anticipation of an Aberdeen Street party, but no revelers showed up.Continue...

Dissent declines

Protesters with the Occupy Kingston movement dwindled from over 100 to five yesterday.Continue...

Clark Hall anniversary draws alumni

Clark Hall 40th anniversary brings alumni back to campus.Continue...

In Memoriam

Allison Borges, CompSci '13, died on Oct. 9 from a sudden medical condition in her Kingston home.Continue...

Campaign for awareness

Proceeds from Queen's Wears Green will go towards the Jack Project and the Canadian Mental Health Association.Continue...

Plans for Occupy Kingston protest

Occupy Wall Street movement is scheduled to come to Kingston tomorrow.Continue...

AMS committee lacks clear purpose

An AMS committee focusing on mental health hasn’t made a move since its inception in April.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Survey for sexual orientation and gender identity

All Queen’s employees are now able to identify their sexual preference and gender identity on an equity census.Continue...

Recycling pilot project comes to Queen's

Recycling on campus will now expand to include the 1.1 million coffee cups and 13 metric tonnes of polystyrene previously sent to landfills each year.Continue...

Gerretsen claims fifth-straight election

Liberal incumbent John Gerretsen remains MPP of Kingston and the Islands after getting 48.8 per cent of the popular vote.Continue...

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News in briefContinue...

Surplus expected for the first time since 2007

If high sales continue, Common Ground will beat its budget and come in at a $2,000 surplus by the end of the year.Continue...

Rector election policy revised

When students elect a rector this month, the AMS and the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) will use separate ballots for the first time.Continue...

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