JDUC

JDUC vital to Queen’s

Four years after its construction was halted, the incomplete Queen’s Centre project continues to have a lasting impact on the John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) and its ability to enhance student life.Continue...

AMS fumbles JDUC revitalization

The preliminary stages of the AMS’s JDUC revitalization plan have been poorly executed, and reflect greater failures on the part of the AMS and the University.Continue...

Senate approves first-year residence in JDUC

As a result of increased undergraduate enrollment, 98 first-year students will move into the JDUC in September after plans to turn the building’s graduate spaces into undergraduate rooms were approved.Continue...

JDUC a focus for candidates

The three executive team hopefuls have differing views on what the $1.2 million going towards JDUC renovations should be used for.Continue...

The story of the first pride flag raising at Queen’s

This June, the pride flag adorned campus crosswalks and buildings, and flew at the corner of Union and University. This hasn’t always been the norm.Continue...

Capital projects at Queen’s incorporate accessibility

Over the summer, many capital projects are progressing across Queen’s campus. This includes renovations and the development of new projects.Continue...

Saying goodbye to the JDUC

Queen’s bought the John Deutsch University Center (JDUC) in 1927 and named it the Queen’s Memorial Union in commemoration of students who fought and died in WWI. Since that purchase, the building has remained a fixture of Queen’s campus—housing cafeterias, clubs, coffee shops, and residence halls.Continue...

QUMSA advocates to preserve prayer spaces around campus

Amongst JDUC redevelopment plans, The Journal sat down with the Queen’s University Muslim Students Association (QUMSA) to discuss measures to ensure the preservation of prayer spaces in the building. QUMSA provides students with religious services, community events, and advocacy.Continue...

JDUC redevelopment to start ‘on schedule’

Despite initial setbacks in fundraising, the JDUC redevelopment project is set to begin in May 2022.Continue...

TAPS will remain closed until further notice

When the AMS hired its Senior Management team for the 2021-22 year, one service was missing from the list of new hires: The AMS Pubs Service (TAPS).Continue...

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