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Voting system treats residence buildings as single units

Of the 17 residence buildings at Queen’s, eight are treated as a single unit in the City of Kingston’s voting system, creating barriers for students who wish to be placed on the voters List.Continue...

Mayor, University defend safety initiative amid controversy

At AMS Assembly held last Thursday, Mayor Bryan Paterson and then-Acting Principal Tom Harris defended the University District Safety Initiative to attendees.Continue...

Students protest Lindsay Shepherd talk

On Monday evening, roughly 30 students and supporters gathered outside Macdonald Hall to protest Lindsay Shepherd.Continue...

AMS seeks JDUC architect before vote

On Thursday night, AMS Assembly met in Wallace Hall for its first meeting of the academic year.Continue...

Residence Society denies all responsibility in sexual assault case

The Residence Society has denied all liability in a sexual assault lawsuit recently brought against the University, according to a statement from their lawyer Michael Hickey.Continue...

Ride-sharing bylaw put on hold

The Kingston Area Taxi Commission (KATC) has put the brakes on a controversial bylaw, before its Sept. 15 implementation date, regulating ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft.Continue...

Law professor speaks out against Notwithstanding Clause use

On Sept. 12, Nicholas Bala, a professor in the Faculty of Law, added his name to an open letter condemning Premier Doug Ford’s use of the Notwithstanding Clause.Continue...

Kingston takes back the night

On Thursday night, students and Kingston residents gathered at Confederation Basin to march for Take Back the Night—an annual event protesting sexual and domestic violence.Continue...

Student Wellness Services offers new mindfulness programs

Student Wellness Services (SWS) has expanded their range of mental health programs available to students—including a new mindfulness program.Continue...

Campus radio promotes research at Queen's

Campus radio station CFRC 101.9 hopes to discuss ongoing research at Queen’s with the return of Blind Date with Knowledge and Grad Chat.

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City calls on residents to help bring popular downtown intersection to life

Members of the Kingston community now have the chance to help design the future of one of the city’s most populous and high-traffic intersections—Princess Street and Division Street.Continue...

Students report suspicious sign-up sheets in lectures

Several Queen’s students have reported seeing suspicious sign-up sheets being passed around in lectures over the past two weeks.Continue...

New terrace opens at Stauffer Library

Stauffer has unveiled a new patio space, expanding the building’s “open air” space.Continue...

Student launches website to help educators teach Indigenous content

This past August, Queen’s student Olivia Rondeau launched a free online resource to help educators introduce Indigenous content to the classroom.Continue...

City garbage initiative aimed at students

The City of Kingston is reaching out to students in the University District to reduce street garbage.Continue...

Former Queen’s student pleads guilty to possession of obscene images

On Monday, former Queen’s student Omar T. El Shazly plead guilty to possession and distribution of pornographic images of children.Continue...

Queen’s alum cycle across Canada for charity

Queen’s alumni Vanessa Bourne and Andrew DuQuesnay have returned from a 7,340km cross-country cycling expedition, raising over $2,000 for World Bicycle Relief.Continue...

Journal Staff win Fraser MacDougall Prize

On Sept. 11, two Journal staff won the Fraser MacDougall Prize for Best New Canadian Voice In Human Rights Reporting.Continue...

Car catches fire, explodes on Johnson Street

Last night, a car parked at a Johnson Street house caught fire and caused a small explosion, damaging a nearby house.Continue...

Students’ Queen’s To Go app hits top 5 trending on Android

After student app Queen’s to Go’s Sept. 11 release, campus resources have never been more portable.Continue...

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