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Elections 2014 Liveblog

Our elections liveblog starts at 8 p.m.Continue...

Political panel discusses scandals

Canada needs more of a watchdog media, according to a visiting
CBC anchor.Continue...

Library camp-out calls for action

In another life, Amelia Zheng says she would have been a child in need of a literacy program.Continue...

Research animals’ rights defended

The use of animals for research at Queen’s has come under scrutiny by a recent Queen’s Animal Defence (QAD) campaign.Continue...

University applicants decline

Secondary student applications to Ontario universities have declined for the first time since 2004.Continue...

News in Brief

News in brief.Continue...

Sole team aims for ResSoc executive

As early as last summer, Team NKC knew they would run for Residence Society (ResSoc) executive.Continue...

Six candidates vie for EngSoc executive

If elected, the two candidates for Engineering Society (EngSoc) president will have to oversee the society’s transition into a new institutional structure.Continue...

Candidates talk AMS commissions

Both AMS executive teams have promised to make changes to commissions, with both addressing efficiency within the AMS.Continue...

COMPSA in common

Even though they’re running separately, this year’s COMPSA candidates share common ground.Continue...

A transparent ComSoc

As the sole team contending for ComSoc executive this year, Team BML said they have mixed feelings about running uncontested.Continue...

Rector debate

Yesterday’s debate between the rector candidates Aman Partap, ArtSci ’17, Marcus Threndyle, ArtSci ’16, and Mike Young, ConEd ’15, focused on student mental health and wellness.Continue...

Williams and Mason go head to head

Wednesday night's AMS presidential debate saw discussion on student engagement and advocacy priorities for the AMS.Continue...

VP Ops candidates talk services

Tuesday evening’s AMS vice president of operations debate narrowed in on the management of AMS services and their budgets.Continue...

ASUS team runs uncontested

A simple rendition of the alphabet could sum up this year’s ASUS election.Continue...

CESA team to boost student input

Team BACK, the only team in the race for the Concurrent Education Students’ Association (CESA) executive, is looking to increase student involvement in CESA.Continue...

SMH presidential candidate subject of alleged identity theft

Team SMH presidential candidate Scott Mason has filed a police report regarding an alleged identity theft related to the ownership of four elections-related websites.Continue...

VPUA debate tackles platform feasibility

Today’s vice-president (university affairs) debate focused on the feasibility of each AMS team’s platform.Continue...

AMS executive candidates disagree on changes to services

The teams running in the AMS executive elections disagree on what changes they see coming for AMS services.Continue...

Student input a focus for Team WRL

Team WRL promises to bring discounted VIA rail tickets, two new services to the JDUC and gluten-free options to the Brew if elected.Continue...

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