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Queen’s Professor to lead $4 million-dollar Lyme disease research initiative

On Oct. 15, The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Federal Government announced Queen’s will be spearheading an interdisciplinary research project tasked with addressing Lyme disease.Continue...

News in brief: week 7

Dr. Anne Ellis wins F. Estelle Simons research award; Dr. Curtis Nickel receives Mostafa Elhilali AwardContinue...

Senate to vote on ‘major’ changes to Public Health Sciences PhD program

Next Tuesday, Senate will vote to approve “major” changes to the Public Health Sciences PhD program, citing its outdated scope.

The proposal to update the program, approved by the dean of...Continue...

Homecoming 2018 in Photos

The Journal ’s photo editor captures highlights from Homecoming weekend.Continue...

Mayor Bryan Paterson sweeps into second term

On Monday, Mayor Bryan Paterson swept Kingston’s municipal election, earning a convincing win for his second term.Continue...

Dismissed BISC Employee files for disability discrimination, citing depression

Adrian Thomas, the former general manager of catering services at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC), claimed he was terminated because of his mental illness.Continue...

SGPS survey reveals 3 out of 10 graduate students feel they are not thriving

An SGPS survey sent to students last fall and winter has found 3.2 out of 10 graduate students feel they aren’t thriving, want skills managing stress and anxiety and feel isolated by lack of designated campus space.Continue...

Appreciation not Appropriation campaign comes back in full force

From Oct. 15 to Halloween, the AMS is running its annual Appreciation not Appropriation campaign, designed to educate students about how to respect other cultures and religions.Continue...

Queen’s grads run 254 km for mental health on Homecoming

This Homecoming, 10 Queen’s alumni are running from Toronto to Kingston, raising money for mental health awareness with a 250-kilometre trek.

The group departed for campus on Thursday, and...Continue...

AMS Assembly hosts architect working group

In an assembly last night, the AMS held a roundtable of the architects designing the JDUC redevelopment project.Continue...

Councillor Stroud walks out of all-candidates meeting

Sydenham Councillor Peter Stroud left the Sydenham District all-candidate’s debate on Sunday after a resident raised issues he felt personally attacked him.Continue...

News in Brief

New ECO Beverage Card to provide free rewards on campus

In an Oct. 12 press release, the University announced the introduction of the new ECO Beverage Card to kick off Waste Reduction Week at...Continue...

Walkhome aims to start non-binary hiring next spring

Walkhome is hoping to begin non-binary hiring next spring.Continue...

Queen’s places fifth in Maclean’s 2019 ranking

Out of the 15 Medical Doctoral schools in Maclean’s 2019 university ranking , Queen’s came in at fifth place.Continue...

University won’t allow smoking cannabis on campus, except for medical purposes

All recreational smoking and vaping of cannabis on campus will be prohibited after its legalization in Canada on Oct. 17.

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Student voting, explained

On Oct. 22, students and Kingston residents will head to the polls to cast their ballots for the upcoming municipal election.

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Trustees ratify policy renewals

On Friday, the Board of Trustees renewed policy items following their recommendations from previous Senate recommendations.

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World Medical Association president plagiarizes Queen's Prof

On Saturday, incoming World Medical Association (WMA) President Dr. Leonid Eidelman plagiarized Queen’s professor Dr. Chris Simpson in his inaugural speech.Continue...

Mayoral candidates debate at City Hall

On Thursday night, mayoral candidates gathered in City Hall to answer questions from the Kingston community.

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Todd Zimmerman appointed new director of campus security

This fall, Todd Zimmerman retired from 35 years of police work to become the new director of campus security at Queen’s.Continue...

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