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Internet services down on campus

Queen's Information Technology Services (ITS) aren’t able to provide a time and date for when Internet services will be fully functioning across campus.Continue...

News in brief

News in Brief.Continue...

Losing Ching

Ching Wong, Nurs' 13 lost her life on June 14 in a car accident. She will be dearly missed by her friends and family.Continue...

University plans to delete deficit by 2013

The new fiscal year's operating budget plans to limit enrollment, fund faculties and solve the pension deficit.Continue...

Student health services grow

Government and University funding for HCDS expands the counselling services available at Queen's. By September, three additional counsellors and a mental health nurse will be employed by HCDS.Continue...

Chown Hall switches to co-ed

Chown Hall will become a co-ed residence in September due to a declining interest in all-girls residences.Continue...

Art centre steels attention

Queen's Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts is brought up at city council because of safety concerns about the building's siding.Continue...

Faculty strike possible

The Queen's University Faculty Association has set a June 30 deadline to reach an agreement with the administration.Continue...

Ron James on campus

Ron James was on campus filming a portion of his feature on Kingston to air this fall on the CBCContinue...

Stretcher stolen outside Alfie's

A gurney was stolen at Alfie's while paramedics inside responded to a call on Saturday night.Continue...

Students to conduct research in South Africa

Queen’s is one of 38 Canadian post-secondary institutions to receive Canadian International Development Agency funding for this partnership program with the University of Cape Town.Continue...

Campus concert revived

This year’s Frosh Week concert is returning to Queen’s campus following unanimous approval from Kingston city council.Continue...

Students face ban

Provost Bob Silverman banned six students from campus for the summer, after they were recently caught on a campus building rooftop.Continue...

Coroner wants change to alcohol approach

Coroner Roger Skinner investigated two fall-related deaths and recommended that Queen’s look into alcohol consumption in residences.Continue...

Professor invents paper-thin phone

A revolutionary smartphone that looks and bends like a piece of paper has brought international acclaim to a Queen’s professor.Continue...

Keeping Kyle

First-year student Kyle Kinsella will be remembered as a gentle, kind and loyal person by those who knew him.Continue...

News in brief

SGPS circulates VIA Rail petition

A new VIA Rail policy no longer allows students over the age of 25 to receive a discount. For mature students, this means they will...Continue...

Crows attack pedestrians on campus

Campus Security issues alert warning that aggressive crows are protecting nests in the walkway between Ellis and Mac-CorryContinue...

Ted Hsu takes Kingston and the Islands

Liberal candidate Ted Hsu clinched the Kingston and the Islands riding on Monday night. Hsu said his win is crucial in an election that saw the Conservative party gain a majority and the NDP oust the Liberals as the official opposition.Continue...

Harper whistle stop brings pride and protest

Stephen Harper made a 45 minute stop at a Minos Village Restaurant in Kingston Friday afternoon.Continue...

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