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Services adapting to expansion

In the third installment of the news team’s examination of AMS finances, Common Ground and TAPS are put under the magnifying glass.Continue...

Reducing retail deficit

Tricolour Outlet and the Publishing and Copy Centre improve on financial shortcomings.Continue...

What?

From discussion surrounding Rector Nick Day’s letter and the special vote that took place, to the Alpine Tower controversy at the ASUS Annual General Meeting (AGM), to a motion for AMS to rent a bouncy castle with dancing unicorns and rainbows, I wonder; has this campus gone insane?Continue...

KCVI high school students asked to avoid JDUC after complaints

Signs requesting Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI) students refrain from entering the JDUC were posted on Jan. 30.

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After Senate debate, fall term break to be attached to Thanksgiving

The controversy over the fall term break has come to a conclusion.Continue...

Senate will take up motion to extend fall term break pilot

Senate will motion next week to extend the current iteration of the fall term break into a fourth year, extending its pilot past the three-year timeline and kicking a review of the policy down the road.

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Strength in numbers is clear for Queen’s female politicians

Jessica Dahanayake (Sci ’20), AMS vice-president (Operations), sometimes second-guesses herself in her role as part of the Society’s executive. The student politician says these doubts are intertwined with concerns about how she is perceived as a woman in a political position.

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2020 Student Elections, Explained

Get up to speed with the 2020 student elections at Queen's University. The Journal breaks down what's happening in the month of January, from AMS to Rector elections.Continue...

AMS seeks to reinstate jobs lost after Student Choice Initiative

Following the loss of 100 jobs due to the Student Choice Initiative (SCI) last September, the AMS is looking to restructure and reinstate those positions, pending approval from the board of directors.Continue...

Queen’s student killed in Tehran plane crash identified as Amir Moradi

Reversing a Wednesday statement, the University confirmed the death of undergraduate Queen's student Amir Moradi, who was on board the flight that killed 176 people in Iran Wednesday morning.Continue...

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