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Former Prime Minister talks policy

The Right Honourable Joe Clark, the 16th Prime Minister of Canada, came to campus this past Tuesday to give the 2014 Sheila Skelton Menzies Lecture.Continue...

ConEd enrolment to get cut in half

Changes made by the government of Ontario have prompted Queen’s to cut the number of funded places in the Concurrent Education program by half.Continue...

University releases health, safety survey results

Around 76 per cent of Queen’s students don’t get the recommended amount of exercise and 83 per cent don’t meet Canadian healthy eating standards, according to a recent survey.Continue...

All quiet on West

In an unexpected move, Queen’s withdrew its application for a permanent exemption to the City’s noise control by-law.Continue...

Tough future for Union Gallery

The Union Gallery unsuccessfully sought a mandatory fee on Feb. 13 at AMS Assembly, throwing the student-run gallery into further financial uncertainty.Continue...

Year society VP avoids impeachment

ASUS Assembly discussed Thursday night whether to impeach one of their members, on the basis that he had been absent for more than three Assemblies.Continue...

Students develop research software

A Queen’s undergraduate student is playing her part in creating new software for
research scientists.Continue...

The Tartan to live on

The Tartan’s existence was debated Thursday night at the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) Assembly, with Assembly voting in favour of keeping the Tartan running for another year.Continue...

Fundraising falls short

CFRC held its 9th annual on-air funding drive two weeks ago, raising 86 per cent of their funding goal of $25,000.Continue...

Nenshi talks Calgary

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi came to campus yesterday to promote Calgary as a place for Queen’s students to live and work after graduation.Continue...

City job market ranks among worst

Job search site Adzuna has released a report ranking Kingston as one of the most difficult cities to find employment in Canada.Continue...

Students propose internship credits

Political studies students are pushing for external political work to be recognized by the University.Continue...

Glover backs out

Sydenham District Councillor Bill Glover has announced that he won’t run in the upcoming
municipal election.Continue...

New Council hired

The incoming AMS executive team WRL hired its new council
on Sunday.Continue...

Enrolment group releases first draft

The Strategic Enrolment Management Group (SEMG) released their first draft framework on Monday, which contains long-term enrolment projections for the University.Continue...

AMS looks to increase specific fee

The AMS is seeking to raise their mandatory specific fee by $9.26.Continue...

Medical students talk health

The School of Medicine will be opening its doors to the public for the new Queen’s Medicine Health Talks (QMHT) group.Continue...

Apathy group targets students

City Council is considering investing in a $50,000 project to engage young voters for the upcoming Kingston municipal elections.Continue...

Queen’s sues Samsung

Queen’s and non-for-profit patent organization PARTEQ Innovations have filed a lawsuit against Samsung for using technology developed by a Queen’s professor without permission.Continue...

Province receives petition

Plans to close Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI) have received backlash in the form of a petition launched last Friday.Continue...

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