JDUC

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...

Queen’s pushes start date for JDUC redevelopment

The University announced on Feb. 16 that it will defer the start of the JDUC redevelopment by one year to May 2022.Continue...

Queen’s didn’t tell students it’d missed its fundraising deadline for the JDUC. Now what?

This year, undergraduate students paid $40 each to support turning the John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) into a more sustainable, accessible, and modern building through the mandatory JDUC Redevelopment Fee established by the AMS.Continue...

Queen’s misses initial deadline to collect donor funding for JDUC renovation

When the University conditionally approved the JDUC renovation project in 2019, it also agreed to contribute $10 million in donor funds before the project could break ground. As of October, the University has raised just over $3 million of that goal.Continue...

AMS concerned about lack of communication from University about isolation residences

Though Queen’s has designated the JDUC as an isolation residence, the AMS has raised concerns over how the University will ensure the safety of student workers.

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KCVI high school students asked to avoid JDUC after complaints

Signs requesting Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI) students refrain from entering the JDUC were posted on Jan. 30.

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AMS Assembly hosts architect working group

In an assembly last night, the AMS held a roundtable of the architects designing the JDUC redevelopment project.Continue...

The future of student life spaces at Queen’s

Despite being the home of many student services such as the P&CC, The Brew, Tricolour Outlet and Queen’s Pub, the JDUC has never truly acted as a hub for student life on campus.Continue...

AMS Annual General Meeting grapples with low student engagement

At the AMS’ Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Monday in Wallace Hall, one topic dominated discussion. According to President Jennifer Li, student engagement within the AMS has hit an “all-time low.”Continue...

Senate recap Feb. 27

On Feb. 27, Senate passed four new degree and certificate programs, with modifications to two existing degree programs.Continue...

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