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Fall executive review

Four months into their term, the AMS executive has put the wheels in motion for most of the initiatives outlined in their election platform.Continue...

Strike vote to be held

With post-doctoral fellows diving deep into research, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is urging them to take a step back and fight for the benefits they say they deserve.Continue...

Accelerated med program admits first students

Lauren Chan’s dreams of working as a doctor will be realized sooner than anticipated, thanks to her acceptance into the Queen’s Accelerated Route to Medical School program.Continue...

Frosh Week 2013 in photos

A look back at Orientation Week for the class of 2017.Continue...

Shinerama breaks record

ArtSci ’17 worked through a cloudy day full of outdoor activities as part of the annual Shinerama fundraising drive on Saturday – raising $71,294.70 throughout the past academic year.Continue...

Sign starts debate

A sign displayed in the Student Ghetto on Sept. 1, move-in day, has ignited criticism for its allegedly misogynistic and sexist undertones.Continue...

Slow start for Sci '17

Saturday’s Grease Pole climb had a shaky start, but it came to strong finish as Sci ’17 was inducted to Queen’s.Continue...

Frosh leaders face change

With Frosh Week in full throttle, orientation leaders are rushing to make sure all events fall into place — despite forecasts that call for thunderstorms later in the week.Continue...

News in Brief

News in Brief.Continue...

Graduate students displaced to hotel

Jessica Donen said she didn’t realize she would be living in Confederation Place Hotel until the week before she arrived at Queen’s.Continue...

Bike lanes come to Princess St.

The City of Kingston is set to begin preliminary work on the construction of bike lanes on Princess St. — an initiative many cyclists are gearing up for.Continue...

Non-denominational chaplain appointed

Kate Johnson is the first female chaplain at Queen’s, and the first not to identify as Christian.Continue...

The Underground celebrates grand opening

The Underground, formerly known as Alfie’s Nightclub, will open its doors for the first time today, beginning with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 p.m.Continue...

Student race car stolen

On Saturday, July 6, an off-road racing car was reported stolen from a workshop in the back of McLaughlin Hall, located at 130 Stuart St.Continue...

Student science group sets malaria trap

An undergraduate science initiative is practicing the art of deception.Continue...

Tuition covered for Crown wards

A new program will bear most of the financial burden for marginalized students looking to come to Queen’s.Continue...

University releases new budget breakdown

The Provost is spearheading a new budget model in order to address the University’s unsustainable financial state.Continue...

CIBC replaces TD

The University has signed a contract with CIBC to replace all existing TD bank machines on campus beginning the week of Aug. 12.Continue...

Hate letters spark support

All Karen Dubinsky is worried about are two pieces of paper and the threats they carry with them.Continue...

Alfie’s goes Underground

The AMS is undertaking an overhaul of Alfie’s, renovating the 37-year-old nightclub and re-branding it as “The Underground,” the most recent attempt to address the club’s continuing financial losses.Continue...

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