Archive

Contributors of the month

Contributors of the monthContinue...

Horwath talks tuition, student employment

The Ontario NDP is committed to solving student issues in the province, says the president of the Queen’s NDP branch.Continue...

Poll offers insight

The latest Queen’s Exit Poll shows that most students are satisfied with their Queen’s experience, though some variations in responses exist among faculties.Continue...

AMS, University undertake safety audit

The AMS has launched an audit to assess the safety of the housing area surrounding Queen’s. The last time a safety audit of the area was released was in 1997, said AMS Municipal Affairs Commissioner Troy Sherman.Continue...

Queen’s unveils funding campaign

Queen’s is hoping to receive $1 million in donations per week following the launch of the Initiative Campaign on Saturday — the largest fundraising campaign in the University’s history.Continue...

Campus catch-up

Campus catch-upContinue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Mason responds to report

Mike Mason, the former Queen’s adjunct professor accused of making allegedly racist and sexist comments last fall, said he agrees with the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) report condemning the University for their handling of the situation.Continue...

Mohawk, Inuktitut courses in demand

Two new Indigenous language courses are at full capacity in the first year of them being offered at Queen’s.Continue...

PEC to reopen

After the Physical Education Centre (PEC) officially closed three years ago, plans are in the works to have parts of the building reopened by December.Continue...

Improving the Queen’s Press

The Kingston office of the McGill-Queen’s University Press (MQUP) is temporarily closed after its three staff left their positions.Continue...

Sci ’16 makes slick history

Despite Saturday’s grim weather, Sci ’16 pressed on to become the first year ever in Grease Pole history to capture the tam on their first attempt at the directed climb.Continue...

Support dwindles

Twenty-two years after Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life started in Kingston, event organizers have seen a decrease in donations for the event.Continue...

Debating the decision to reproduce

The decision to have kids may be a very personal one for most people, but for philosophy professor Christine Overall, it’s a decision with far-reaching consequences.Continue...

Entrenching Indigenous knowledge in academia

Linguist Stephanie Inglis will be offering three talks on campus this week on topics relating to her work at Cape Breton University as part of the Brockington Visitorship and the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lecture.Continue...

Gauging Homecoming's possible return

Students and alumni may only have to wait a few more months to hear Principal Daniel Woolf’s decision about the reinstatement of a fall reunion.Continue...

Eye spy early diagnosis

A new Queen’s-developed eye test aims to make predicting neurological disorders as easy as watching television. The test involves tracking a participant’s eye movements while they watch a series of video clips.Continue...

AMS releases discipline memo

A new Non-Academic Discipline (NAD) system at Queen’s will see more emphasis on peer enforced sanctions against student offenders.Continue...

Where will you draw the line?

Thursday’s annual Take Back the Night march featured the launch of the new Draw the Line campaign — a provincial effort to target bystanders in sexual assault prevention.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Pages