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Sexual and Gender Fair promotes diversity

Last night, student-run group Education on Queer Issues Project (EQuIP) held a Sexual and Gender Diversity Resource Fair in Grant Hall, welcoming students and community members of
all identities.Continue...

Sustainability Week seeks student relevance

With Sustainability Week set to launch on Queen’s campus on Sept. 30, organizers want students to know that environmentalism is much more relevant than they think.Continue...

Accessibility focus for homecoming festivities

With the four-year ban coming to an end next week, organizers are pulling everything together for this year’s Homecoming celebration.Continue...

Law school looks to expand

Last Tuesday, the Faculty of Law announced its plan to increase enrolment by up to 50 students per year – an initiative set to garner more revenue for the Faculty.Continue...

AMS raises concerns on enrolment plans

The AMS is calling for the University to hold off on increasing enrolment, according to a report passed at a special AMS Assembly on Saturday.Continue...

Ontario decreases annual tuition cap

The Ontario government is reducing the cap on annual tuition fee increases over the next four years, limiting inflation rates.Continue...

Queen’s falls in international rank

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has released their annual World University Rankings report, placing Queen’s at its poorest rating so far by the company.Continue...

Preliminary enrolment numbers released

The University has released preliminary enrolment figures for the class of 2017, which are being used to highlight demographic trends in the student body.Continue...

PSAC provoked

The University has cancelled its last scheduled conciliation meeting with The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) — a move that is gearing post-doctoral fellows for a strike.Continue...

Shooting a stigma

Victims of sexual abuse have been given a chance to break the silence with “Voices of Sexual Violence,” a student-run photo project.Continue...

News In Brief

White papers called, Queen’s prof wins Vimy award, Nipple biter chargedContinue...

Nobel Prize winner talks transplants

Renowned economist Alvin Roth thinks market shares apply to more than just finance.Continue...

Politics prof sets anonymity policy

Some POLS 241 students say they were left confused after their professor's instruction lead them to think they wouldn't be able to interact with TAs until the end of September.Continue...

Celebrating human rights

The University began its focus on human rights with the creation of the Queen’s Human Rights Office (HRO), now celebrating its 20th anniversary.Continue...

Bike thefts on the rise

The Kingston Police Force (KPF) reported 10 bike thefts in Kingston during the past week, which makes 20 thefts so far this month.Continue...

Policy to impose sanctions on student groups

The AMS is drafting a policy that will allow it to sanction entire student organizations as part of its Non-Academic Discipline (NAD) system.Continue...

Queerientation brings colour to campus

Following Frosh Week, Queerientation kicked off with a splash of colour – but instead of blue, yellow and red, a rainbow welcomed the class of 2017.Continue...

Woman denied spot in men’s hockey league, claims gender discrimination

After playing on men’s hockey teams her whole life, Kassandra Sticklee, ArtSci ’14, no longer has the option to play on her usual type of team.Continue...

Rally at Stauffer pushes for transparency in scientific research

The pro-science organization Evidence for Democracy ran a joint rally with the Queen’s University Liberal Association (QULA) yesterday morning at Stauffer Library in an effort to raise awareness and gain signatures for a parliamentary petition.Continue...

News in Brief

Principal declares goals, Woolf announces partnershipContinue...

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