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Despite intervenor status, Queen’s “not taking sides” in Student Choice Initiative appeal

Queen’s University will be intervening in the Ford government’s appeal to bring back the Student Choice Initiative (SCI).Continue...

AMS restructure creates new job opportunities for students

The AMS restructured its internal operations and application process this year to provide more equitable and productive student opportunities.Continue...

Uncontested COMPSA presidential candidate discusses platform

Sanindie Silva, CompSci ’23, is running uncontested for President of the Computing Students Association (COMPSA).Continue...

Uncontested COMPSA presidential candidate takes questions at open forum

The Computing Students Association (COMPSA) hosted a virtual question and answer period for Presidential candidate Sanindie Silva, CompSci ’23, on Feb. 23.Continue...

New podcast highlights graduate student research

A group of four Queen’s graduate students turned their school project into a podcast everyone can listen to.Continue...

Queen’s postpones spring convocation ceremony

Queen’s announced it’s postponing another round of in-person convocations this spring in an email to graduating students Monday afternoon.Continue...

Kingston vaccine clinic opens at Invista Centre

Starting Monday afternoon, some members of the Kingston population can receive COVID-19 vaccines at the Invista Centre.Continue...

February Assembly: AMS discusses revisions for Student Code of Conduct

AMS Assembly gathered Thursday over Zoom to discuss service reopening, University policy revisions, and the AMS transition period.Continue...

11 active cases of COVID-19 at Queen’s

Queen’s is reporting 11 active cases of COVID-19 off-campus as of Thursday evening, including one new case this week.Continue...

Former AMS Social Issues Commissioner Bunisha Samuels awarded legal scholarship to pursue anti-racist efforts

Bunisha Samuels, ArtSci ’20, has been named one of the first recipients in a new Scotiabank program for law students intending to pursue anti-racist advocacy in their legal careers.Continue...

String of Zoom hackings across Canadian universities appear to be racially motivated

Early in February, a Queen’s event run by the School of Religion was subject to a racist and homophobic Zoom hacking.Continue...

ACSA Culture Show goes online

Amidst the pandemic, the African and Caribbean Students’ Association (ACSA) has worked to transfer its annual Culture Show to an online platform.Continue...

Queen’s pushes start date for JDUC redevelopment

The University announced on Feb. 16 that it will defer the start of the JDUC redevelopment by one year to May 2022.Continue...

Queen’s to receive additional $195,800 provincial funding for student mental health

Queen’s will be receiving additional funding from the Ontario government to increase mental health resources for students.Continue...

Justine Aman secures second term as SGPS President

As voting for the Society of Graduate and Professional Studies (SGPS) election closed Feb. 12, incumbent Justine Aman won a vote of confidence to continue for a second year as the President of the SGPS.Continue...

Team AmPLify voted next CESA Executive Team

Team AmPLify was voted CESA’s next executive on Feb. 12.Continue...

QBAS celebrates Blackness this Black History Month

This month, Queen’s Black Academic Society (QBAS) is celebrating Blackness and fostering productive discussions about Blackness at Queen’s.Continue...

Senate: University planning full return to campus in Winter 2022

Queen’s Senate met Tuesday over Zoom to discuss the sinking of Laurentian, the University’s mission, and the plan for returning to campus.Continue...

Ford government to appeal Student Choice Initiative court ruling in March

Over a year after it was struck down in court,...Continue...

Editors in Chief of Queen’s Journal Volume 149 elected

Aysha Tabassum and Shelby Talbot were elected the next Editors in Chief of The Journal, Volume 149, last Friday.Continue...

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