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Vice-president-elect announces resignation

AMS Vice-President-elect of operations Peter Green has resigned from his position, citing a lack of confidence in his fellow executive members.Continue...

Vice-President of Operations-elect resigns

Green alleges teammates demanded his resignation or face a vote of non-confidence at AMS Assembly.Continue...

Body found at Harkness International Hall

Second-year engineering student, Kevin Cournoyer, was found dead last night at Harkness International Hall.

Police were called to the residence at 8 p.m. Wednesday after being notified by an acquaintance of the victim, said Steven Koopman, Kingston Police media relations officer.Continue...

Hidden camera found in Victoria Hall

A small hidden camera was discovered in a Victoria Hall washroom on Feb. 13, according to an email sent to residence staff.Continue...

New council named

This past Sunday, incoming executive team BGP elected six new commissioners and three directors to manage the various portfolios of the AMS.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Raising red flags

Red flag posters are being hung on campus this Valentine’s Day to educate and encourage students to speak up on the topic of unhealthy relationships.Continue...

Justin Trudeau returns to campus

Liberal leadership hopeful Justin Trudeau stopped in Kingston yesterday to speak to students and local supporters.Continue...

Program revised

The Queen’s-Fudan exchange program is seeing a cultural shift.Continue...

Editors in Chief elected

Janina Enrile and Alison Shouldice have been elected as the incoming Journal Editors in Chief.Continue...

News in brief

Team BGP, next year’s AMS executive, have elected the 2013-14 AMS Council.Continue...

Alum discusses reporting from the trenches

Foreign correspondent Michael Petrou of Maclean’s almost decided to forgo a career in journalism in favour of academia. But then the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks happened.Continue...

Axe hosts race to space

If Steven Humphries plays his cards right, he could soon be off to outer space.Continue...

Eating disorders on the rise

Eating disorders are up in Kingston, and post-secondary students make up a significant portion of the cases.Continue...

Admissions suspended

Graduate admissions to the department of French studies have been temporarily suspended due to a low number of applicants.Continue...

Politician points to far-out source for clean energy

Former minister of national defence Paul Hellyer is calling for a mobilization.Continue...

Pride Week undergoes expansion

This year’s Pride Week isn’t a week at all, but a two-week-long social and educational affair.Continue...

Shelter in limbo

The operators of Dawn House, a 10-bed shelter for high-risk women and children, fears the city is pushing for their closure.Continue...

Online modules educate on sexual harassment

The Human Rights Office at Queen’s recently released a sexual harassment module designed to educate staff, students and faculty for prevention in the workplace.Continue...

Job Shadow program offers real world career experience

Over the next two months, 50 students will participate in the second run of the Queen’s Job Shadow Program — the same amount as last year.Continue...

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