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AMS Assembly: compensation policy for student labour in the works

AMS Assembly met over Zoom on Thursday evening for its first meeting of the 2020-21 academic year.Continue...

Student in residence tests positive for COVID-19

The University announced on Thursday that a student living in residence has tested positive for COVID-19.Continue...

Queen’s declares remote winter term

The University announced on Tuesday that most courses will be delivered remotely in the winter term.Continue...

Queen’s prepares for an outbreak with new Incident Command Structure

Just days after a Queen’s student tested positive for COVID-19, the University shared its plans for managing an outbreak of the virus in the community.Continue...

Peer Support Centre launches remote mental health support during pandemic

The AMS Peer Support Centre (PSC) relaunched full-time drop-in mental health services on Sept. 8—but this term, they’re online.Continue...

Queen’s Law launches Anti-Racism Working Group

Following Queen’s senior administration’s declaration of commitment to anti-racism , the Queen’s Faculty of Law formed an Anti-Racism Working Group.Continue...

What do those Quiet Streets signs even mean?

As the pandemic continues to influence how and when people choose to travel, a community group has stepped up to create safer routes across town.Continue...

Student Life Centre’s Business Market shifts online

To maintain the safety of Queen’s students during the pandemic, the Student Life Centre (SLC) has moved online to conduct the Student Business Market on Sept. 30.Continue...

Public Health confirms second positive test for COVID-19 in Queen’s community

A second case of COVID-19 in the Queen’s community was reported on Monday afternoon by Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health.Continue...

AMS to reimburse some student fees in fall term

As the pandemic continues to affect the delivery of campus services, the AMS has confirmed it will be reducing some of its fees.Continue...

‘I think we can be successful as a community’: in conversation with Mayor Bryan Paterson

Following the introduction of new safety guidelines in outdoor spaces to reduce the risk of COVID-19, Mayor Bryan Paterson urged students to follow safety precautions and maintain a limited social bubble.Continue...

Students in residence “generally” following pandemic safety guidelines

Two weeks after moving in, students in residence are adjusting to an experience unlike that of any other year.Continue...

Nursing wellness coaching numbers return to pre-pandemic levels

Following low opening numbers, the School of Nursing (SON)’s Wellness Coach is hoping to see more students access her services this fall.Continue...

Social event provides community building and networking for BIPOC students in STEM

The Physics and Biology Department Student Councils (DSC) held their first social for Queen’s students who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) on Wednesday.Continue...

Queen’s Student Diversity Project creates safe space to learn about allyship

Queen’s Student Diversity Project (QSDP) is hoping to teach students and community members how to be an ally and practice anti-racism in academic settings at its Allyship in Academics event.Continue...

Ten Schulich leaders join the Class of 2024

Up to 100 entrepreneurial, STEM-focused high school students across Canada are awarded the Schulich Leader Scholarship every year. This fall, 10 of the winners decided to attend Queen’s.Continue...

University launches campaign supporting survivors of sexual violence

This week, Queen’s students have the opportunity to show support and affirmation for survivors of sexual violence and assault through the Letters to Survivors Campaign.Continue...

Queen’s extends hours at Satellite COVID-19 Assessment Centre over the weekend

Queen’s announced on Thursday it had extended hours at its Satellite COVID-19 Assessment Centre for the weekend.Continue...

Following City Council frustration, Principal Deane warns students about consequences of misbehaviour

On the same day the University confirmed a positive COVID-19 case in a Queen’s student, Principal Patrick Deane warned against disregarding public health directives.

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‘We have active cases in this population now in our community’: University confirms Queen’s student tested positive for COVID-19

KFL&A Public Health confirmed two new cases of COVID-19 in women in their twenties on Tuesday.

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