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International applications up

Applications for undergraduate admission have increased by 15 per cent this year among international students.Continue...

Black history a cause for celebration

Queen’s first-ever Black History Month (BHM) opening ceremony was held last Friday night in the JDUC.Continue...

SMART goes corporate

The Student Maintenance and Resource Team (SMART), an AMS service that provides regular clean-up work throughout the student housing area will become an official corporate service come May 1.Continue...

Elections in brief

Elections in briefContinue...

Students seek alternative counselling times

Accessing Health, Counselling and Disability Services (HCDS) can be difficult for students whose schedules prevent them from visiting during office hours, but Director Mike Condra said it doesn’t have to be this way.Continue...

Policy amended at Assembly

The policy that banned students from involvement in fraternities and sororities outside of Queen’s was amended last night at theContinue...

Voting validation delays election results

The AMS elections team will provide next year’s Chief Electoral and Chief Returning Officers (CEO and CRO) with a strong transition to avoid the same mistakes from happening again, the current CEO told the Journal.Continue...

BGP celebrates executive election victory

Team BGP’s victory Thursday morning was met with screams of joy by the team members and their supporters.Continue...

Team DDP new ResSoc exec

Team DDP elected as the new executive of the Residence Society.Continue...

TCA next Commerce Society exec

Team TCA have won the Commerce Society elections.Continue...

Aulthouse the next undergraduate student trustee

Andrew Aulthouse has won the undergraduate student trustee election with 53 per cent of the vote on the first ballot.Continue...

BGP wins AMS exec race

Following a 14 hour delay in results, the members of team BGP were named the next AMS executive.Continue...

Fleck comes out on top as next EngSoc president

Emily Fleck found out she was elected as the 2013-2014 next year’s EngSoc President amidst a crowd of cheering supporters and a quick round of celebratory shots with her new executive team.Continue...

Mason and Tahiri new ASUS exec

Scott Mason and Irfan Tahiri were elected to the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) executive Wednesday night.Continue...

Team JAM takes CESA elections

Team JAM were announced the victors this evening in the election for the Concurrent Education Students’ Association executive.Continue...

Purba wins COMPSA presidency

Sahib Purba, CompSci ’15, was elected as president of the Computing Students’ Association (COMPSA) Wednesday night.Continue...

AMS election results to be announced in the morning

The results of the AMS executive and the Undergraduate Student Trustee elections have been delayed by a day due to an issue with the preferential balloting system.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Applications for AMS positions go digital

As of last Friday, applicants for AMS council, managerial and service staff will be able to submit their applications via a link on the AMS website.Continue...

‘Unconference’ comes to Queen’s

A group of students, scholars, librarians and archivists will descend to Douglas Library next month to go back to “camp.”Continue...

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