Daniel Woolf

Frown due to Homecoming shakedown

The University’s plan to pay the City of Kingston $100,000 a year for the next three years in order to cover “policing costs” is a mistake.Continue...

Woolf goes door-to-door asking for self-discipline

Queen’s Principal Daniel Woolf knocked on doors on Aberdeen and Earl Streets on Sept. 28, asking students to avoid large street parties.Continue...

Principal's letter leaked to Facebook

Ongoing labour disputes were cited as limitations to Woolf’s year plan throughout a letter sent to William (Bill) Young who chairs the Board of Trustees.Continue...

Patrick Deane officially installed as the principal and vice-chancellor of Queen’s

When Patrick Deane was officially installed as Principal and Vice-Chancellor through a special convocation on Tuesday, former Principal Daniel Woolf was also recognized with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.

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Principal’s Office release first draft of free speech policy

As promised, Principal Woolf’s first draft of the incoming free speech policy draws on existing University guidelines.Continue...

Patrick Deane named next principal

After a nine-month search, the University announced its appointment of McMaster President, Patrick Deane, as Queen’s next principal and vice-chancellor on Monday morning.Continue...

Senate Recap: October 30

Principal Daniel Woolf began Tuesday’s Senate meeting commenting on Homecoming and the University District Safety Initiative.Continue...

Results Released from Senate Engagement Survey

In a recent Senate Engagement Survey, a majority of respondents said they’re unhappy with the lack of time allotted to prepare for the body’s meetings.Continue...

Search for new principal costing nearly $100,000

The search for Principal Daniel Woolf’s replacement is costing the University nearly $100,000, according to documents The Journal obtained through a freedom of information request.Continue...

Principal Woolf no longer seeking third term

Principal Daniel Woolf told the Joint Board/Senate Committee on Tuesday of his plans to withdraw from consideration for a third term as Principal of Queen’s University.Continue...

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