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AMS revamps club status

The AMS has launched a new policy to ease clubs into the ratification process, which has proved rocky in past years.Continue...

Office budget projects deficit

The AMS General Office Budget for the 2013-14 year was released at AMS Assembly last Thursday, with projections indicating an increased deficit compared to
last year.Continue...

John Stackhouse addresses military

Globe and Mail Editor in Chief and Queen’s alumnus John Stackhouse visited the Royal Military College on Wednesday night, delivering a talk on the relationship between the military and the media.Continue...

TAPS looks to boost club’s popularity

With the Underground facing mounting financial pressures, students have a mixed opinion on the rebranded nightclub.Continue...

Realignment appeal successful

The AMS, the Sydenham District Association (SDA) and law student Kevin Wiener have successfully appealed City Council’s electoral boundary realignment bylaw.Continue...

SciFormal considers revamp

This year’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) Science Formal went overbudget, pushing the Science Formal Committee to consider changing the event’s structure in the future.Continue...

Recent grads face Ford fiasco

A number of Queen’s alumni are caught up in the drug scandal currently plaguing Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.Continue...

Holocaust education gets personal

Elana Moscoe and Zoey Katz want to make learning about the Holocaust more personal
for students.Continue...

Queen’s TALKS peer support

Last night at the Queen’s TALKS rally, Caeleb Goff shared her journey with mental illness
for the first time in public.Continue...

Campaign goes inward

The Women’s Worth Week Committee ran a photo campaign this week on campus in anticipation of its annual initiative, asking students what makes them “distinctly beautiful”.Continue...

Elizabeth May criticizes

Elizabeth May, the leader of the Green Party of Canada, spoke at Robert Sutherland Hall
yesterday on the Harper government and the muzzling of government scientists.Continue...

Speech Wall resurrected

Queen’s Students for Liberty (QSL) erected another Free Speech Wall on Monday, despite a severe backlash from the AMS and the University that lead to its removal last April.Continue...

University keeps spot in Maclean’s ranking

Maclean’s magazine released the results of their 23rd annual University Rankings, placing Queen’s fourth in Canada for a third year in a row.Continue...

Campus catch-up

Campus catch-up.Continue...

News in brief

News in brief.Continue...

Students take to Poland to promote policy

On Nov. 13, two Queen’s students are heading to Poland to make their mark in the Arctic.Continue...

Female engineering enrolment top in country

More than a quarter of students within Queen’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences are female, the highest average for female enrolment in the country.Continue...

Crowd celebrates website launch

A full crowd gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the launch of the Accessibility Hub, an online resource for accessibility at Queen’s.Continue...

Movember millions

A Queen’s research team has received a $1.7 million grant from the Movember Canada organization, spurring a
three-year research project that will examine substance use in first-year
male students.Continue...

Hearing concludes

The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) hearing concerning the realignment of the City’s electoral districts came to a close last Thursday, with the status of the appeal yet to be determined.Continue...

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