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Queen’s improves cell phone reception

Information Technology Services (ITS) has installed new antenna systems in buildings on campus at several locations in an effort to improve cell phone reception.Continue...

Sustainability Week at Queen's

Sustainability Week returns to Queen’s next week, as students hope to address different elements of environmental sustainability, including local food, transportation, climate change, energy and...Continue...

Queen’s appoints new deputy provost

Dr. Teri Shearer has been appointed as the new deputy provost effective Jan. 1, 2016, following the resignation of Laeeque Daneshmend from the position.Continue...

Academic Affairs Commissioner resigns

AMS Academic Affairs Commissioner Read Leask submitted his letter of resignation to Sarah Letersky, Vice President (University Affairs), on Thursday afternoon.Continue...

Queen's professor awarded Nobel Prize

It was a little after 5 a.m. on Tuesday when a phone call from Stockholm roused Dr. Arthur McDonald from sleep.Continue...

Students develop app to keep peers politically informed

Politips, a mobile application dreamt up by Queen’s student Pamela Simpson, came out victorious at Tuesday’s Dragon’s Den competition.Continue...

Gaels share memories of Andrea Mariano

Andrea Mariano’s frosh leaders say that although her stay at Queen’s was tragically cut short, they’ll always remember her.Continue...

Queen’s professor awarded Nobel Prize for Physics

Queen’s professor emeritus Arthur McDonald has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for his discoveries regarding the changing identities of neutrinos.Continue...

Final farewell for The Tartan

After a three years of attempts to kick-start the publication, ASUS assembly voted unanimously to remove The Tartan from policy last Thursday.Continue...

A way to QTap into your schedule

What started as a first-year project has turned into an iPhone app for Queen’s students.Continue...

Director of SKHS sends third email following confusion around potential suspension

The decision to temporarily suspend admissions into the Physical Health and Education (PHE) program is still uncertain, according to another mass email sent out to students and alumni by Dr. Jean Côté, director of the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies (SKHS).Continue...

Board of Trustees Oct. 2 recap

On Friday Oct. 2, the Queen’s Board of Trustees — one of Queen's three governing bodies — held their first quarterly meeting of the academic year.

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Queen’s Senate Sept. 29 recap

The year’s first Senate meeting began on a somber note, as Principal Daniel Woolf informed staff of the passing of first-year student Andrea Mariano and addressed recent disturbances in the University District.Continue...

Board of Trustees Oct. 2 preview

On Friday Oct. 2, the Queen’s Board of Trustees will hold their first quarterly meeting of the academic year.Continue...

Future of Physical Health and Education program uncertain

Earlier this week, The Journal learned that the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies is requesting a suspension of admissions into the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE...Continue...

Business students forgo on-campus recruitment

As September begins, so does a rush of on-campus recruitment (OCR) for fourth-year Queen’s Commerce students — but some are choosing to forgo the program for independent job searches.Continue...

New horizons for the Smith School of Business

Queen’s has announced that the School of Business will be renamed the Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business in recognition of the unprecedented $50 million donated by Stephen Smith.

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School of Business renamed following $50 million donation

Queen’s University has announced that the School of Business will be renamed the Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business in recognition of an unprecedented $50 million donated on behalf of Stephen Smith.Continue...

Faculty requests that admissions be temporarily suspended for Physical and Health Education program

Last week, students in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies (SKHS) were notified via email that the faculty would be requesting a suspension of admissions into the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE) program beginning in September 2017.Continue...

Queen’s Senate Sept. 29 preview

The Queen’s Senate — one of the University’s three governing bodies — will hold its first meeting of the year on Sept. 29 at 3:30 p.m. in Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 202.Continue...

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