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Others reallocated

In addition to the Kingston Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG), the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and EQuIP, two other student groups were removed from their Grey House space by the AMS.Continue...

Chef to cook on campus

A $1.3 million renovation of the Mac-Corry cafeteria will include the Canadian Grilling Company, a restaurant designed by Food Network Canada Chef Michael Smith. In April 2010, Sodexo signed a food contract with Queen’s which included the installation of Smith’s restaurant.Continue...

Street stays tame

At its peak on Saturday night, Aberdeen Street had approximately 500 revelers — a much smaller turnout than in previous years.Continue...

Tuition and research a focal point

Quality of education was a major talking point at the all-candidates debate in Wallace Hall last night.Continue...

Campaign for classmate

In an attempt to keep student George Evans in law school, a group of his classmates are fundraising $19,000.Continue...

Police increase watch

Greater police presence on and surrounding campus during Frosh Week.Continue...

Grey House groups re-ratify with AMS

OPIRG and Levana Gender Advocacy Centre re-ratify as AMS clubs.Continue...

Post-summer review

After taking office in May, the AMS executive started to act on their 16-point campaign platform.Continue...

No plans to extend ban

Alcohol-free residences during Frosh Week were implemented this year to discourage alcohol consumption on campus.Continue...

New copyright policy enacted

Queen’s opted out of an Access Copyright agreement, saving at least $800,000 in the process.Continue...

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Professor wins award

A lifetime achievement award for professor Larry O’Farrell is the culmination of four decades of work in the dramatic arts at Queen’s.Continue...

Rector resignation planned since April

The decision for Nick Day to resign was made with administrators in April, though he didn't resign until September.Continue...

Queen’s BlackBerry use inspires application

Two entrepreneurs from Queen’s have partnered to create the Blackberry application Lynked. Launched today, it combines social networking with Blackberry Messenger (BBM).Continue...

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Security a focus

Limiting attendance to Grease Pole was a collective safety decision made in meetings with Queen’s administration and EngSoc.Continue...

Grey House groups face removal

OPIRG, the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and EQuIP have been given until September 30 to move out of the Grey House.Continue...

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Residents relocated

Ten double rooms located in the A and B wings of Victoria Hall will be turned into common rooms.

The change follows a fire inspection that...Continue...

Campus catch-up

LGBT rights in Manitoba protected by professor

A law professor at the University of Manitoba was one of 12 inductees into the Canadian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and...Continue...

Students save with textbook rental plan

Instead of spending $142 on an Introduction to Biology textbook, it can now be rented for half the price.Continue...

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