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Queen’s students need to take responsibility for our drinking culture

The university administration has made every effort to educate Queen’s students on the adverse effects of our drinking culture. Now, it’s our turn to make a change. In the past few years, the...Continue...

Excluding Black medical students hurts the entire university

A university has a duty to ensure it doesn’t repeat its past mistakes—especially when it makes people of colour feel unwelcome.Continue...

Queen's to lose 79 Saudi students

After recent diplomatic tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia, 79 international students studying at Queen’s will be returning home before the fall term begins.Continue...

University faces lawsuit over residence sexual assaults

After a series of alleged sexual assaults in Victoria Hall residence rooms, a former Queen’s student is taking legal action to hold the University vicariously liable.Continue...

University launches new certificate in Mohawk language and culture

On June 21, the University announced the launch of a new certificate in Mohawk language and culture for Tyendinaga community members.Continue...

Three new members join Board of Trustees

On June 21, Queen’s Board of Trustees announced the appointment of three new members whose three-year terms began June 1.Continue...

News in Brief: Month of June

Following recommendations made by the Truth and Reconciliation task force, Four Directions is under construction for expansion and revitalization. The centre will be reopening this fall; On June 20, the City of Kingston announced this year’s Civic Awards recipients.Continue...

University faces lawsuit over weight machine malfunction

A former Queen’s Law student is seeking $500,000 in damages after a weight machine in the Athletics and Recreation Centre (ARC) malfunctioned, causing serious injuries, according to court documents obtained by The Journal.

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School of Public Policy and Global Affairs recommended

At the final Senate meeting of the year on April 17, a new Queen’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs was recommended.Continue...

Campus Catch-Up: post-exam news

Queen’s retrofits for sustainability; Kingston Green candidate Robert Kiley named deputy party leader; OUSA releases joint report on campus sexual violence; new athletics space announced in IWC; research institute to be headquartered at Queen’sContinue...

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