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Queen's criticized

The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) recently released their report on Queen’s investigation into a former professor’s conduct.Continue...

Trash talking

As some students learn to adjust to the city’s new one garbage bag limit, others are struggling to conform to the bylaw.Continue...

Fewer fouls at “Fauxcoming”

Kingston Police and University officials are breathing a collective sigh of relief after the excitement over Saturday’s win at Richardson Stadium failed to translate into big disruptions on Aberdeen St.Continue...

Greens at Queen’s

In a visit to Kingston this weekend, Ontario’s Green Party leader Mike Schreiner called Queen’s water bottle ban a step in the right direction.Continue...

CFRC fears bankruptcy

CFRC is looking to increase their mandatory $4.93 student fee in an attempt to steer the station away from potential bankruptcy once they have split from the AMS in 2014.Continue...

World economy worrying, but Canada in the clear

According to Don Drummond, economic globalization is responsible for a messy world economy, but Canada shouldn’t worry too much about being affected.Continue...

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Frosh Week alcohol use in review

For the first time, Kingston Police have started collecting statistics regarding student-related incidents during Frosh Week.Continue...

Questioning the cost of knowledge

For almost 13,000 academics worldwide, the cost of information is too high.Continue...

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OPIRG presses on

The Kingston branch of the Ontario Public Interest Group (OPIRG) won’t give up on their mission to serve the community and the University despite their loss of funding, OPIRG Coordinator Kavita Bissoondial said.Continue...

Services get an upgrade

The AMS executive’s first four months in office have been marked by major renovations to their services, the team said.Continue...

Green folder to facilitate mental health referrals

Identifying and supporting students with mental health issues could become easier for professors and staff thanks to a new initiative on campus.Continue...

Suicide Prevention Day hits home

Yesterday marked the first observance of World Suicide Prevention Day in Kingston.Continue...

Weather disrupts

First-year students and Orientation Week organizers faced disappointment on Saturday when several Frosh Week activities, including the Grease Pole event, had to be postponed due to inclement weather.Continue...

Exploring club commitment issues

With approximately 270 clubs to choose from, Queen’s is home to the largest university club community in Canada. For some students, this abundance of options can be almost overwhelming.Continue...

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Dancing in the lab

Dance and biology are unlikely partners, but one student is hoping the combination will give his group an edge at an annual science competition.Continue...

Digitizing dinosaurs

Researchers in the School of Computing are often at the forefront of new technology and innovation, but one group’s current project is downright prehistoric.Continue...

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