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Council passes one garbage bag limit

If it passes again at its final reading, a new city bylaw will limit each household to one garbage bag per collection day.Continue...

Radio station's separation finalized

Queen’s campus radio station, CFRC is looking to raise its student fee after beginning its gradual separation from the AMS yesterday.Continue...

P&CC gets upgraded

An upcoming $30,000 renovation will bring the Publishing and Copy Centre (P&CC) into the 21st century.Continue...

Student voices sidelined, AMS says

Throughout our terms, we’ve witnessed the University administration work to subtly exclude student leadership from university decision making.Continue...

Conversation with Student Constables

The Journal sits down with the student constables and asked about their personal experiences.

Camera: Justin Chin, Tiffany Lam and Paul Wierzbicki
Editor: Justin ChinContinue...

Student Constable fee increased to cover deficit

In an attempt to reduce the growing deficit of the Student Constables service, students will pay an additional $1.66 in fees each year.Continue...

Voting process questioned

The AMS referendum process was called into question at the March 8 AMS Assembly.Continue...

Fees deserved fair shot at AMS Annual General Meeting

The decision at last week’s AMS Assembly to reject a motion put forth by three groups hoping to instate opt-outable student fees, while adherent to AMS policy, stifled debate surrounding the proposals and should likely have been approached with more flexibility.Continue...

Covering JDL on election night

The Journal’s photography team shot 2,724 photos on AMS election night last week. Only 16 were used in the online and print coverage.

Photos are chosen based on the relevance to...Continue...

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