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Dedicated decades for students’ sovereignty

The Queen’s Alma Mater Society outdates Canada and has outlived other products of its era.Continue...

Williams and Mason go head to head

Wednesday night's AMS presidential debate saw discussion on student engagement and advocacy priorities for the AMS.Continue...

SMH presidential candidate subject of alleged identity theft

Team SMH presidential candidate Scott Mason has filed a police report regarding an alleged identity theft related to the ownership of four elections-related websites.Continue...

SMH vs. WRL

Two teams were ratified for the 2014 AMS Executive election ballot, but a third team was left out after they failed to meet nomination requirements, according to the AMS Elections Team.Continue...

No bar, no problem

Around four years ago, Kingston’s last gay bar — Shay Foo Foo’s — shut its doors for good. Since then, LGBTQ community members are unsure if they even want one at all.Continue...

TAPS could run dry

Despite a costly rebrand, the Underground isn’t faring as well as expected financially, according to AMS Vice-President (Operations) Nicola Plummer.Continue...

Issue 18: Darts & Laurels

Issue 18: Darts & LaurelsContinue...

Students left out of Fall Referendum

Following last week’s Fall Referendum voting process, it was found that 20 students were excluded from the initial vote.Continue...

Mayor makes mark with students

Mayor Mark Gerretsen was last night’s guest speaker at AMS Assembly, where he spoke to students about his opinions on Homecoming.Continue...

Issue 13: Darts & Laurels

Each digital release of the Journal will feature weekly darts and laurels, listing what should be celebrated and criticized from the previous week in world news and campus culture.Continue...

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