clubs

‘It’s not going to work if you can’t blend’

Founder of campus a cappella group says singers won’t make the cut if they can’t match other voices.Continue...

Queen's attempts Quidditch

Queen’s team set to compete in first ever Canadian Quidditch Cup this weekend.Continue...

AMS faces backlash from Queen’s clubs on new events sanctioning process

In light of COVID-19, the AMS has introduced mandatory event sanctioning forms for both in-person and online events. Clubs that hold events without AMS approval are at risk of being de-ratified.Continue...

Supporting a culturally diverse campus is essential

When it comes to teaching students about other cultures, the way schools go about teaching them is vital.Continue...

Clubs taught me what my professors couldn’t

January is almost over, and as Journal readers know, the annual search for new student government and club executives is underway. As much as this time is about new beginnings, reflecting on the past helps help shape our goals for the new year.Continue...

Sustainability Action Fund back on track

After an eight-month delay of grant allocation in 2017, AMS Vice-President (University Affairs) Munro Watters prioritized efficiency for the Sustainability Action Fund (SAF) in 2018.Continue...

Clubs office to perform bi-weekly space audits

Starting this fall, the Queen’s Clubs office will be performing bi-weekly space audits of club space to ensure groups cooperate with regulations.Continue...

Queen's Machine Intelligence and Neuroevolution Design club attracts hundreds of students

During his time on campus, Cooper Midroni noticed that students have become increasingly more interested in artificial intelligence. Unfortunately, outside of their classrooms, the field is difficult to access.Continue...

Levana Gender Advocacy Centre to be evicted from the Grey House

After operating in the Grey House for 42 years, the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre (LGAC) is now being evicted from the property and has lost their official club status with the AMS.Continue...

All fees pass in fall referendum

All fees on the ballot of the AMS’s fall referendum passed with 22 per cent of Queen’s undergraduate students participating in the online vote, the AMS announced on Thursday.Continue...

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