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Blair, Li focus on student connection

Undergraduate Student Trustee candidates Mike Blair and Jennifer Li were hesitant to stray from their platforms during Thursday’s trustee debate at the JDUC.Continue...

EngSoc VPSA candidates aim to promote camaraderie

Jerry Haron and Alex Wood are the two candidates running for the position of Vice-President of Student Affairs (VPSA) for the Engineering Society (EngSoc).Continue...

Teamwork priority for CESA exec candidates

Team WRC, a play on the word “teamwork”, is looking to propose fresh ideas that will “decentralize” and diversify Concurrent Education student opportunities and increase involvement.Continue...

EngSoc presidential hopefuls debate tradition

Three candidates debated engineering traditions and the possibility of incorporating the society at yesterday’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) presidential debate.Continue...

ASUS executive candidates assert differences at debate

At the ASUS executive debate Wednesday night, the two teams clashed over issues ranging from mental health to experience in ASUS.Continue...

AMS seeks student opinion on JDUC revitalization

The AMS is looking to add natural light and increased accessibility to the JDUC, according to a long-term framework presented to AMS Assembly on Jan. 15.Continue...

Three third-years vie for EngSoc presidency

Logan Bell, Julie Tseng and Kristy Tu are all running for President of the Engineering Society, with a shared goal of re-evaluating past work.Continue...

AMS to merge three campus services

The AMS announced the amalgamation of Yearbook & Design Services (YDS), Convocation Services and Queen’s TV (QTV) into Studio Q on Monday afternoon, sparking criticism from former QTV employees.Continue...

EngSoc VP candidates face off over improving communication

Yesterday’s wide-ranging Engineering Society (EngSoc) vice-presidential debate focused on long-term planning and improving the society’s communications and marketing.Continue...

Team CBW addresses clubs and insider culture at second of two public forums

Clubs, campus services, the ReUnion Street Festival, sexual assault, mental health, international students, the “internal culture” of the AMS, student engagement and the Richardson Project were among the topics discussed by the AMS executive-elect at a public forum Tuesday night.Continue...

Jennifer Li will keep lines of communication open

As Undergraduate Student Trustee, Jennifer Li’s focus would be on ensuring students trust her to share their concerns.Continue...

Mike Blair prioritizes student safety

If you asked Undergraduate Student Trustee candidate Mike Blair what one of the most important issues that Queen’s needs to address is, he would say student safety.Continue...

Team CBW seeks continuity with past executives

Kanivanan Chinniah, Kyle Beaudry and Catherine Wright became the incoming 2015-16 AMS executive thanks to an uncontested run, but despite the atypical circumstances of their election — the first acclamation in 25 years — they say they intend to retain continuity with past AMS leaders.Continue...

Queen’s releases interim sexual assault protocol

The University has released an interim protocol to address sexual assault on campus until the end of the academic year, when a permanent model is expected to be unveiled.Continue...

From Queen’s Park to Queen’s University

A university campus isn’t the first place that comes to mind when planning a meeting with the Premier of Ontario.Continue...

Team CBW holds first of two public forums

The first of two public forums for the incoming AMS executive-elect, Team CBW, was held Monday evening in the lower ceilidh of the JDUC.Continue...

Wiseman and Goodman use dissent as a strength

Jon Wiseman and Brendan Goodman met in first year and bonded over their mutual love of politics and the Toronto Maple Leafs.Continue...

Jamieson and DiCapua look to future of ASUS

This year’s Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) election will see a pair of second-year students in the race.Continue...

Mental illness initiatives healthy at Queen’s

As the conversation around mental illness and stigma continues, Queen’s is part of two initiatives designed to help identify sufferers of and combat stigma around mental illness.Continue...

Two to face off in trustee race

Mike Blair and Jennifer Li were named as candidates on the 2015 Undergraduate Student Trustee ballot at AMS Assembly Thursday evening.Continue...

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