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Journal Editors in Chief elected, Professors win award.Continue...

Services accomodate increase

The Ontario government is raising the minimum wage to $11 an hour, effective June 1.Continue...

ARC thief caught

After 10 locker thefts were reported in the Queen’s Centre in the past month, Kingston police have arrested and charged a suspect for his involvement in at least two of the thefts.Continue...

Housing development angers residents

A proposed Johnson St. housing development is now facing an Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) appeal following complaints from neighbouring residents.Continue...

University District concept approved

City Council passed a motion this Tuesday in support of an AMS project to erect “University District” signs throughout the student housing area.Continue...

Student debt a lesser burden, says educations strategist

According to research from the Higher Education Strategy Associates, the weight of student debt may be lighter than previously thought.Continue...

Black History Month kicks off

Yesterday’s Black History Month opening ceremony emphasized the importance of reaching out to the broader Kingston community.Continue...

Robbery suspects arrested

Kingston police have arrested two suspects related to the robbery that took place near West Campus last Week.Continue...

New joint music program to be offered

A new Concurrent Bachelor of Music /Music and Digital Media program will begin this fall, run by Queen’s University and St. Lawrence College (SLC).Continue...

Library app counts occupancy

Stauffer Library now has an online tool that will tell students how much space is available in the library, but it’s quite different from what AMS executive team JDL promised in 2012.Continue...

CFRC fee gets nod

CFRC successfully lobbied for a fee increase at AMS Assembly last night.Continue...

Let’s talk Bell

Bell Canada launched its “Let’s Talk” campaign on Tuesday, raising awareness and funds for mental health initiatives.Continue...

University looks to acquire research funding

The University could receive a portion a $190-million research fund, set to attract scientists and create jobs over the next six years.Continue...

Results released

The AMS executive election and Winter Referendum saw a 33 per cent voter turnout. Of the 10
opt-outable fees on the ballot, only one was unsuccessful.Continue...

WRL wins AMS election

Team WRL won the AMS executive election tonight with approximately 60 per cent of the student vote.Continue...

Young wins Rector race

Mike Young turned and hugged his father, Rick, when he heard the news that he would become the next Rector of Queen’s University.Continue...

New executive for EngSoc

Standing arm-in-arm, the newly elected Engineering Society executives were applauded by a crowd at Clark Hall tonight.Continue...

Team BACK takes CESA

Team BACK, the only team that ran for the Concurrent Education Student Association (CESA) executive, won a vote of confidence Wednesday night.Continue...

Sole ASUS team wins race

Adam Grotsky and Blake Butler won the ASUS executive race tonight in an overwhelming show of confidence.Continue...

NKC claim confidence in ResSoc election

Friends and supporters of NKC erupted into applause in Waldron Tower after Heather Donkers, Residence Society (ResSoc) chief electoral officer, announced that team NKC had won this year’s ResSoc election.Continue...

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