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Editors' note

Effective this September, the Journal will be reducing its print production to one issue a week.Continue...

Prof victim of hate letters

A woman who received two threatening letters on Wednesday for being in a same-sex relationship is revealed to be Queen's University history professor Karen Dubinsky.Continue...

Campus TD bank machines to be removed

All TD bank machines on campus will be replaced with CIBC machines beginning the week of Aug. 12.Continue...

News in Brief

Queen's seeks new Chancellor, University Council revampedContinue...

Teacher’s college lengthened

Earlier this month, the Ontario government announced sweeping changes to bachelor of education programs, but the University is in limbo as to how it will be affected.Continue...

Suspension of admissions policy finalized

Senate has passed an official procedure for suspending academic programs, almost two years after the controversial suspension of the University’s Fine Arts program.Continue...

Residence plans resisted

The University’s plans for two new residence buildings on campus could face setbacks after public input on the project showed to be overwhelmingly negative.Continue...

Close comes to campus

On June 13, six-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close came to campus to speak on her initiatives regarding destigmatizing mental illness.Continue...

University ousts underwear art

The University has sparked controversy after it banned a student’s artwork at a high-profile donor event.Continue...

News in Brief

News in Brief.Continue...

Ten-year report plans enrolment growth

With enrolment targets for the next two years passed by Senate late last month, a long-term, big picture document is in the works for an early 2014 release.Continue...

Shaping the future of smartphones

Queen’s University is now the home of a revolutionary innovation in
smartphone technology.Continue...

New director hired

The AMS has instated a new managerial position to oversee its operations.Continue...

Time limit policy comes under fire

The new time-to-completion policy, which was passed in March and imposes time restrictions on Master’s and PhD students completing their degrees, has come
under dispute.Continue...

Homecoming celebration details revealed

After a four-year ban on Homecoming, the University’s administration is envisioning the return of a celebration of community.Continue...

Students take on City and province

Queen’s students are fighting back against City Council after its members voted in favour of a bylaw which will realign the city’s electoral districts.Continue...

AMS looks to file appeal against City Council decision

The AMS is looking into filing an appeal with the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) after the City voted to redraw its electoral districts last night.Continue...

News in brief

News in briefContinue...

Easing admissions for international students

Queen’s is implementing a new program that seeks to provide an opportunity for a better cultural transition for international students.Continue...

Hsu visits religion, science classes

Member of Parliament Ted Hsu visited Queen’s yesterday to speak about religion and science.Continue...

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