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Student input a priority for PDA

PDA wants the AMS to listen.Continue...

Accessibility key for team BGP

The biggest initiatives planned by team BGP’s presidential candidate Eril Berkok, vice-president of operations candidate Peter Green and vice-president of university affairs TK Pritchard will be shaped by student responses, the team members said.Continue...

Candidates talk AMS services

Broad changes to AMS corporate services aren’t a priority for all executive team candidates, but all three have come to a consensus on making Student Constable (StuCon) positions more appealing.Continue...

DC++ is done

The once-popular campus file-sharing service QueensDC pulled the plug Monday after nearly a decade of student-run operation.Continue...

Second term sought

Principal Daniel Woolf doesn’t want his time at Queen’s to come to an end.Continue...

News in brief

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Two decades in the House

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Queen’s Model Parliament (QMP) being hosted in the House of Commons, and, for the first time on record, a speaker of Aboriginal descent is in attendance.Continue...

Low economic growth ahead for Kingston

Kingston may “lag behind” most of the province economically, but a Queen’s business professor has forecasted relatively positive conditions for part-time or casual workers who live in the area.Continue...

Oil sands pollution confirmed

A Queen’s biology professor is gaining international attention for his work on a study that proves the contaminating effects of Alberta’s oil sands.Continue...

New condom dispensers on the way

The Sexual Health Resource Centre is installing new condom dispensers on campus in an effort to promote safer sex.Continue...

Policy advances

A motion to amend a section of the AMS Constitution on fraternities and sororities was passed last night in its first reading at AMS Assembly. Before the changes are official it must go through a second reading, which will occur on Jan. 31.Continue...

Three teams to vie for AMS executive

Candidates for this year’s AMS executive election were ratified last night at AMS Assembly, with three teams in the running.Continue...

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Healing through music

For Queen’s professor Kip Pegley, the relationship between music and violence isn’t just a professional interest, but a personal one.Continue...

Airline doesn’t have to transfer primates

The Canadian Transport Agency (CTA) recently ruled that Air Canada will have the right to refuse to transport research primates, effective Jan. 10.Continue...

SciFormal policies come under fire

A referendum has been launched after the Engineering Society (EngSoc) refused to refund almost $300 of Science Formal fees for one student.Continue...

Concerns arise over blue light bars

Campus Security has hired two additional staff for direct patrolling of the blue lights on campus after students have continued to misuse the emergency phones.Continue...

Coloured stairs cleaned

Engineer purpling went too far when the stairs of Goodes Hall were found dyed on the morning of December 15.Continue...

Rifle club rejected

The Queen’s Rifle Team (QRT) is refunding membership fees this week after the AMS rescinded their club status six months after its inception.Continue...

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