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New university alcohol policy bottlenecks student safety

Queen’s proposed alcohol policy does the opposite of encouraging healthy drinking habits. Instead, it stands to discourage students from drinking on campus, where they’re arguably safer, and pushes them toward Kingston’s downtown hub.Continue...

Clinic no-show fees leave struggling students unsupported

Seeking medical or psychiatric help as a student can be an intimidating task. Campus healthcare resources don’t make that any easier by imposing steep no-show fees on vulnerable students sometimes forced to cancel appointments last-minute.Continue...

Asbestos has no place in the walls of Queen’s campus

Campus’ charming historical buildings might add to the University’s appeal, but old architecture only goes so far when its walls are lined with asbestos.Continue...

Journal staff’s favourite spots on campus

Queen’s campus is full of nooks and crannies where students can hang out, and everyone seems to have a personal favourite.Continue...

News in Brief

The University is seriously considering the development of a new residence building on main campus, according to a press release issued last week.Continue...

Environmental group launches initiative for plastic-free campus

Last Monday, the Society for Conservation Biology Kingston Chapter [SCB] launched a petition asking Queen’s to transition into a plastic-free campus.Continue...

Queen's "Let's Get Undressed"

Ever had an event but no time or money to find a cute new outfit? Let’s Get Undressed is here to help you out.Continue...

News in Brief: Winter week 9

Nuisance party bylaw will not be in effect for St. Patrick’s Day; over 60 electric vehicle charging stations planned for main campus; 2018-19 AMS corporate head managers hiredContinue...

Queen’s needs freedom of expression guidelines

We can’t wait for an unsafe situation to unfold before we attempt to prevent one.Continue...

Rap provides outlet for students on campus

At Queen’s, the rap and hip-hop scene has created a platform for students to discuss their university experience, specifically from the perspective of racialized students.

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