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Debate over writing courses

Faculties raise questions over role of writing in students’ education.Continue...

Students vote to recommend Day's impeachment

With a vote of 72 per cent in favour, the AMS will be making a recommendation to the University Council to impeach Rector Nick Day following a March 22 and 23 Special Student Vote. 28 per cent voted in opposition to Day’s removal from office.Continue...

News in briefs

Green for PHEKSA & Medical misdiagnosisContinue...

Genocide Awareness Project

On Oct. 4 2010, Queen’s Alive President Zuza Kurzawa was one of five students arrested at Carleton University for trespassing on school grounds, as part of the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP).Continue...

Debate alive on campus

Speaker Stephanie Gray discusses abortion.Continue...

Engineers keep it clean

Vice-President of Queen’s Engineers Without Borders, Erin Thomson, Sci ’12, wipes ‘thundersludge’ from the windows of Stauffer Library. Queen’s EWB held a fundraiser Tuesday afternoon encouraging students to sign the International Aid Transparency Initative, an international standard that tracks the use of aid.Continue...

Disabling invisibilities

InvisAbilities aims to support students with invisible disabilities on campus.Continue...

Student Life Centre faces new challenges

Operations and Management agreement put at risk by contingency motion at Board of Trustees.Continue...

The power of Pride

This year Queen’s Pride Week goes uncensored.Continue...

Responses to rector

AMS, SGPS and principal weigh in on rector controversy.Continue...

Eliciting action

A helping hand for JapanContinue...

News in Brief

Burford-Grinnell wins SGPS presidency & Fair highlights disability awareness monthContinue...

Queen’s administration travels down under

Principal Daniel Woolf looks to create strong international ties with other universities.Continue...

International Women’s Day on campus

In celebration of its 100th anniversary, various events were held to reflect on current issues facing women.Continue...

Surplus generates higher funding allocation

Student Awards collaborates with Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre to reach out for awards applicants.Continue...

Coke controversy

Coke exclusivity contract to end by 2012.Continue...

New provost appointed to Queen's

On Aug. 1 Alan Harrison will begin his position as Queen’s second Provost and vice-principal (academic).Continue...

Rector's actions questioned

At last night’s AMS assembly, a motion was passed to hold a special campus wide vote to decide if Rector Nick Day should be impeached.Continue...

Educating children on their human rights

Professor Wendy Craig co-directs a national strategy meant to inform children and youth about their rights.Continue...

News in Brief

Gordon wins Tory nomination & Junsai visits Queen’s next weekContinue...

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