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Taking back the night

“Consent is sexy” was one of the many messages on signs held up on Thursday night at the annual Take Back the Night rally.

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Students attend sexual assault talk by survivor

Two days after arriving at Queen’s, all first-year students attended a talk by educator and activist Rachel Griffin on sexual assault....Continue...

Queen’s EngSoc grease pole stolen after Sci ’19 completes their climb

For the second time in 15 years, Queen’s Engineering Society’s grease pole was stolen from them by a group known as the “Brute Force Committee” (BFC) — a group of engineering students from the...Continue...

Queen’s sets global goals

The University has released its first Comprehensive International Plan to provide a game plan for Queen’s to improve its global reputation and international partnerships....Continue...

Public employees in agreement on contracts

In the early morning of Sept. 9, a vote count indicated three bargaining victories for the University and the public employees who serve its needs.Continue...

Shinerama continues to shine through the rain

During a rain-filled afternoon, Frosh Week came to a close with Shinerama Shine Day.Continue...

Updated: Students shake car with driver inside

While driving down University Ave. Tuesday night, a woman reported that a large group of Queen’s students swarmed and rocked her vehicle.Continue...

Computing faces hiring crisis

After a decade without hiring new faculty members, Queen’s School of Computing is nearing a state of crisis.

The School of Computing hasn’t been permitted to hire a new group of professors...Continue...

Energy scam targets students

Residents in the University District were targeted late Tuesday night by solicitors from Summit Energy, a company reportedly marketing gas and energy.

Sam Danko, Sci ’18, was at her home...Continue...

AMS executive summer in review

Throughout the first four months of their term, the AMS executive — President Kanivanan Chinniah, Vice President (Operations) Kyle Beaudry and the recently-appointed Sarah

Letersky — have...Continue...

University and faculty association reach agreement for new contract

With the announcement of a firm collective agreement between Queen’s and its faculty, students can anticipate a review of both professor evaluations and teaching methods at Queen’s.Continue...

Queen’s goes nuclear

Queen’s has flipped the “on” switch for its newest laboratory, with hopes to create unprecedented opportunities in nuclear research for both undergraduate and graduate students.Continue...

Queen’s opens two new residences

The Class of 2019 was welcomed to Queen’s with the opening of two new residence buildings this year — with a capacity to house 550 students in each.

The new buildings open as enrolment...Continue...

Police cruiser hit with beer bottle during street party, but no arrests made

Kingston Police shut down University Ave. last night between Earl St. to the south and Johnson St. to the north after crowds blocked the street, according to a Kingston Police press release.Continue...

Sarah Letersky appointed as new AMS Vice President (University Affairs)

Sarah Letersky, ArtSci ’16, has been appointed as Vice President (University Affairs) following the resignation of Catherine Wright about two weeks ago.Continue...

Queen’s professor victim of hit-and-run

Battling through a serious concussion, face lacerations and roughly 30 stitches across his face and eye, Queen’s professor Tony Noble only asks that those at fault learn from their mistakes.Continue...

Breaking: Professor suspended for three days for workplace harassment

Last updated: Aug. 20 at 11:04 p.m.
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Professor Morteza Shirkhanzadeh learned on Monday that he would be suspended for three days without pay for workplace harassment....Continue...

Vice President resigns from AMS executive

The AMS Vice President (University Affairs) Catherine Wright resigned this afternoon in a surprise announcement.Continue...

Students seek to make campus safer with new mobile app

The app, called Walkly, tracks an individual’s location as they travel from one destination to another to allow a “trusted network” of friends and family to ensure they arrive safely.Continue...

Faculty strike off table following tentative agreement

Uncertainty surrounding a potential strike vote has been eased with the announcement of significant progress in collective bargaining between Queen’s and its faculty association.Continue...

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