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Roadwork to continue through the fall

Reconstruction work commenced in early July and is part of a two-year plan to replace old, underground sewer lines.Continue...

Campus security goes mobile

The creators of a new student-designed app are hoping to make staying safe on campus as easy as turning on your smartphone.Continue...

Award builds first-year student’s confidence

As a recipient of the Joe Carter Scholarship, Nick Rodgers will be awarded $5,000 per year from the Foundation.Continue...

Student business tackles travel market

A new student-led business venture is set to rival popular transportation companies, including the Tricolour Express and Megabus.Continue...

Proposed casino ignites debate

A proposal to bring a new casino to Kingston has caused some residents to raise concerns over its effects on the city.Continue...

Campus catchup

Catching up on what's breaking at other universities: York continues to see high numbers of sexual assault, Carleton maintains ban against group that prevents gay males from donating blood, U of T joins Coursera, funding's integrity at Carleton questioned.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Admin aims to link campus with new plan

The University is in the planning stages of a new campus master plan that will outline future development plans as a reflection of a number of construction initiatives on campus.Continue...

Discussing alcohol

A new draft for an updated Queen’s alcohol policy is slated to be developed this fall.Continue...

The School of English celebrates 70 years

The QSoE kicked off its anniversary celebrations with a barbeque on June 29, which was attended by current and former students and staff of the School.Continue...

In memory of Emma Purdie

Emma, ArtSci ’15, died on July 13 after a fall from a parking garage in Peterborough. She was 20.Continue...

Housing concerns

A proposal to knock down five houses on Johnson Street to build townhouses for students has been met with mixed reviews from local residents.Continue...

Council passes one garbage bag limit

If it passes again at its final reading, a new city bylaw will limit each household to one garbage bag per collection day.Continue...

Queen's not signing copyright agreement

Queen’s won’t be signing the Access Copyright model license, the University announced today. The announcement comes two days before Queen’s was required to make a final decision.Continue...

Book brings students together

A new reading program is giving incoming students something to talk about come September.Continue...

Protests come to Kingston

As the Quebec student protests continue to gain international attention, Queen’s students and Kingston residents have taken to the streets to show their support.Continue...

Student charged and in custody

Shu Wang, ArtsSci ’14, is still in custody at a provincial detention centre after being arrested for mischief, weapons dangerous and possession of an explosive substance on June 12.Continue...

BFA admissions to reopen

Queen’s will reopen admission to the Bachelor of Fine Arts program for the Fall of 2013, Associate Dean of Arts and Science Gordon Smith said.Continue...

Copying concerns

Students could be facing $22.50 in new student fees this fall if Queen’s signs a new copyright agreement.Continue...

Report calls for changes

Resources for dealing with mental health on campus could be getting an overhaul in the coming years, if the Principal’s Commission on Mental Health has any say.Continue...

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