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Out of practicums

As Bachelor of Education students prepared to embark on their placements this month, some were informed they’d have to make alternate arrangements.Continue...

Policy in the works for undergrad TAs

The policy for undergraduate student teaching assistants (TAs) is under investigation by the AMS due to concerns of transparency and potentially inaccessible protocols.Continue...

Sharing cars to serve sustainability

Queen’s and the City of Kingston have paired with VRTUCAR, an Ottawa-based car sharing company, to offer a program that will provide the community with alternative transportation.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Green collaboration

A joint energy and water conservation research project between Queen’s and St. Lawrence College is underway after receiving nearly $100,000 in funding from the Ontario Power Authority (OPA).Continue...

Coca-Cola Canada President addresses issues

Nicola Kettlitz, president of Coca-Cola Canada, stopped by Dunning Hall on Saturday to speak at the School of Business’ annual Responsible Leadership Summit.Continue...

Premier backlash

When Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty visited Kingston on Friday, he was greeted by a group of a dozen or so teachers protesting against Bill 115.Continue...

Johnston opens lecture series

The Right Honourable David Johnston was the inaugural lecturer of the first annual Principals’ Distinguished Visitor’s series.Continue...

Local bike share program proposed

Kingston could be joining the growing list of Canadian cities with bike share programs, if feedback to a recent proposal is positive.Continue...

Climate strategies

The University is seeking input from students on features to be included in the upcoming Climate Action Plan (CAP).Continue...

Queen's fails to make the cut

Queen’s didn’t make the cut in a recent ranking of the top 200 universities in the world.Continue...

New res buildings in works

Plans have been put forward to build two new residences on campus by fall 2015.Continue...

Planted memories

Thursday marked the first time Queen’s Hillel engaged high school students in a Holocaust memorial ceremony.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Coke stays on campus

Queen’s has renewed their exclusivity contract with Coca-Cola for the next 10 years.Continue...

Around the world in 50 years

In the midst of their 50th year on campus, the Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) is looking to the past.Continue...

Radio station manager terminated

Ayanda Mngoma, CFRC’s business manager, was fired from his position on Tuesday
without notice.Continue...

Queen's celebrates Women's History Month

National Women’s History Month is being celebrated officially for the first time in Kingston with a series of events at the Ban Righ Centre.Continue...

Technology partner moves out

Worldwide metal company and Innovation Park leaseholder Novelis is moving its Research and Development operations out of Kingston ­­— a decision that could impact Queen’s Innovation Park.Continue...

CFRC Business Manager fired

CFRC’s Business Manager has been terminated from his position.Continue...

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