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Campus catchup

Catching up on what's making headlines at universities across Canada.Continue...

News in brief

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Fine Arts to resume

Admission to the Fine Arts program will resume come 2013.Continue...

Queen's student faces multiple charges

A third-year Queen’s student has been charged with mischief, weapons dangerous and possession of an explosive substance after police discovered replica pellet guns, knives and materials that could be used to create an explosive device at the student’s Kingston house.Continue...

Senate approves first-year residence in JDUC

As a result of increased undergraduate enrollment, 98 first-year students will move into the JDUC in September after plans to turn the building’s graduate spaces into undergraduate rooms were approved.Continue...

Dropboxes removed

Civil engineering assignment drop boxes have been removed after a group of students in the Civil Engineering department were caught copying classmates’ assignments last semester.Continue...

News in Brief

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Students accuse public agency of misconduct

An Ontario government agency was accused of academic misconduct last month after two Queen’s graduate students claimed a report they authored appeared on the agency’s website containing changes they hadn’t agreed to.Continue...

Faculty Board proposes accelerated medical school

If a proposed new program passes at Senate, select students could proceed to medical school at Queen’s after only two years of undergraduate education.Continue...

Possible fall 2013 reunion in the works

Conversations about Homecoming’s future are in the works after University Council voted to recommend Principal Daniel Woolf reinstate the event next year.Continue...

Work begins on arts centre

Construction has begun on the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, which is set to open its first stage in fall of 2013.Continue...

Campus Catchup

Catching up on what's making headlines at universities across Canada.Continue...

Majority of Council vote in favour of 2013 fall Homecoming

Queen’s is one step closer to having a fall Homecoming after a motion recommending the event be restored passed at University Council on Saturday.Continue...

Councillors want Homecoming back

Homecoming isn’t scheduled to return until 2014, but two University councillors want to bring it back sooner.Continue...

Radio station's separation finalized

Queen’s campus radio station, CFRC is looking to raise its student fee after beginning its gradual separation from the AMS yesterday.Continue...

11 participate in Queen’s Kony 2012

Queen’s group puts up over 100 posters on Princess Street Friday night.Continue...

News in brief

Updates on the Queen's community.Continue...

Law student wins Tricolour award

For the second time in its history, the Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award is given to only one student.Continue...

'There's stigma around the word stigma'

The Journal looks at what's been done about mental health on campus in the past year.Continue...

The AMS in review

A look at team CES's accomplishments and things left unfinished over their year in office.Continue...

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