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P&CC gets upgraded

An upcoming $30,000 renovation will bring the Publishing and Copy Centre (P&CC) into the 21st century.Continue...

Town-Gown relations slowly improve

A Monday night Town-Gown meeting at City Hall sought to increase positive communication between Queen’s and the City of Kingston.Continue...

Alcohol review looks at changing campus bars

The draft for a new Queen’s alcohol policy, which will result in more restrictions for on-campus pubs and residences, will soon be finalized.Continue...

Student petition brought to meeting

Queen’s held the first open-community forum to discuss the University’s Climate Action Plan on Monday.Continue...

Alfie's looks to boost booze security

Alfie’s is looking to install gates over its bars to prevent theft of alcohol.Continue...

Terrorism not biggest threat

Canada’s critical infrastructure isn’t adequately safeguarded against terrorism and other threats, a Queen’s-affiliated study suggests.Continue...

Forum looks to improve accessibility on campus

In honour of Disability Awareness Month, the Equity Office held a town hall meeting at Robert Sutherland Hall on Wednesday to facilitate discussion on issues surrounding accessibility at Queen’s.Continue...

Random act of kindness

Last month, 49-year-old Debbie Wooldridge boarded a train to Montreal to undergo gender reassignment surgery.Continue...

Student houses get solar panels

The Student Ghetto is getting greener. Over the past year, nine student houses have had solar electric panel systems installed on their roofs. Six of these were just recently completed.Continue...

'It is not a shameful profession'

Sex work in Kingston will be safer thanks to new provincial legislation, says a former Kingston sex worker.Continue...

News in brief

News in brief.Continue...

Fundraising campaign targets employees

An annual fundraising campaign, Campus Community Appeal, is aiming to raise $1 million by the end of April. All donations are put towards campus and student resources.Continue...

News in brief

News in brief.Continue...

Campus radio station looks to leave AMS

The campus radio station is looking to break from the AMS.Continue...

Student Constable fee increased to cover deficit

In an attempt to reduce the growing deficit of the Student Constables service, students will pay an additional $1.66 in fees each year.Continue...

Politician pushes for student action

For Ralph Nader, power comes in numbers.Continue...

St. Patrick’s Day weekend wrap-up

St. Patrick’s Day weekend saw six additional police officers on duty and approximately 20 squad cars on patrol, said Constable Steve Koopman.Continue...

St. Patrick's Day collision update

Pedestrian in hospital with broken knee cap, investigators say.Continue...

Police car hits male in Student Ghetto

A male pedestrian in his 20s was taken to hospital this morning at 1:30 a.m. after being hit by a police car at Johnson and Division Streets, witnesses say.Continue...

Further delays for expansion project

Goodes Hall construction is now set to finish on July 27, marking two years of construction at the site.Continue...

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