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National scholarship returns

The Queen’s National Scholar (QNS) program, which was created in 1983 to attract exceptional professors to Queen’s, will be reinstated in June 2013.Continue...

First world’s third world

Documentary filmmaker Andrée Cazabon wants Canadians to realize that the third world is far closer to them than they may believe.Continue...

Investing in local housing

The area northwest of Queen’s campus was recently named one of the top 100 neighbourhoods in the country to invest in by Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine.Continue...

Event showcases a mosaic of memories

Bill Glied looks like any other man of 83 years, but in his life he’s experienced horrors that most of us could never imagine.Continue...

Department retracts bad behaviour clause

The department of psychology has rejected a civility clause for PSYC 300 that deducts 10 per cent of a student’s overall mark for bad behaviour.Continue...

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New law modules launch at Queen’s

Representatives of the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) visited Kingston on Monday to launch a new curriculum module on domestic violence for law schools across the province.Continue...

Commercial ads questioned

A Queen’s senator has raised concerns about about commercial advertising on campus following the release of new floor to ceiling ads in the Macintosh-Corry Hall walkway.Continue...

Groups say local pipeline project is problematic

Alberta-based company Enbridge has new plans for its pipeline that runs through Kingston, and area environmental groups are concerned.Continue...

City discusses upcoming Princess St. construction

It will be out with the old and in with the new infrastructure this February when the City begins phase two of the Princess St. reconstruction.Continue...

Positive thinking

Members of the Concurrent Education Students’ Association’s (CESA) council and extended council voted this year to not to display a Positive Space sticker in their shared office space.Continue...

Students, admin discuss future of chaplain position

The University is seeking student input about the future of the Chaplain’s office at Queen’s.Continue...

CFRC business manager position reinstated

The decision to dissolve CFRC’s business manager position has been repealed in a closed ballot vote at the AMS Special Corporate General Meeting last night.Continue...

Female pedestrian hit by taxi on campus

A female pedestrian was hit by a taxi van shortly before 1:30 p.m. today at the corner of University Ave. and Bader Ln. She was taken to hospital.Continue...

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Sandy subdued

Hurricane Sandy blew through Kingston with more of a rattle than a bang.Continue...

Students identify hospital horrors

Students walked into what appeared to be a normal hospital setting — beds and surrounding curtains separated the patients lying in bed, except these patients weren’t real; they were simulations that coughed, talked and breathed.Continue...

Prof deducts grades for bad behaviour

The AMS is raising questions over a civility clause for PSYC 300 which deducts marks for bad behavior.Continue...

Articling crisis affects students

A proposed pilot project from the Law Society of Upper Canada could change the way lawyers in Ontario become licenced.Continue...

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