Election

CBW is seeking student support

On Jan. 15, Team CBW was elected by acclamation to be the next AMS executive.Continue...

Bryan Paterson elected Kingston’s new mayor

Kingston’s next mayor is Bryan Paterson.Continue...

Students should cast their vote carefully

Gerrymandering means rearranging electoral boundaries so that your team gains an advantage.Continue...

Student-led protest blazes political trail

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Hong Kong to demand that residents of the region be able to choose their leader for the upcoming 2017 election — for which China has said they’ll be determining the candidates.Continue...

Education ignored

Let’s face it — politics in Ontario isn’t sexy.Continue...

Undue conflict

Thinking outside of the box never hurt anyone.Continue...

Historic AMS executive election sees three teams ratified at Assembly

After years of uncontested elections—the last contested being in 2021—there’s a tight race for the lead executive positions of Queen’s largest student government, the AMS.Continue...

Team MEC promises an exciting and inclusive year for ComSoc

As the uncontested candidates for next year’s Commerce Society (ComSoc) executive, Team MEC spoke with The Journal from their exchange locations across Europe to explain their platform.Continue...

Engineering Society vice-president (operations) candidates face off

Two candidates are running for vice-president (operations) in the Engineering Society (EngSoc) election, happening Jan. 30-31. They chatted to The Journal about their platforms and hopes for the role.Continue...

No candidates ran in the NSS elections

With campus-wide elections around the corner in the winter semester, the Nursing Sciences Society (NSS) is struggling to find executives for the upcoming term.Continue...

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