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Queen’s Senate Sept. 29 recap

The year’s first Senate meeting began on a somber note, as Principal Daniel Woolf informed staff of the passing of first-year student Andrea Mariano and addressed recent disturbances in the University District.Continue...

Queen’s Senate Sept. 29 preview

The Queen’s Senate — one of the University’s three governing bodies — will hold its first meeting of the year on Sept. 29 at 3:30 p.m. in Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 202.Continue...

QJPolitics: Why trash a good thing? The Senate works!

It’s not long until Parliament resumes sitting in Ottawa. After a 31-day delay by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the legislative agenda is being reset with a Speech from the Throne — to...Continue...

Preliminary enrolment numbers released

The University has released preliminary enrolment figures for the class of 2017, which are being used to highlight demographic trends in the student body.Continue...

Suspension of admissions policy finalized

Senate has passed an official procedure for suspending academic programs, almost two years after the controversial suspension of the University’s Fine Arts program.Continue...

Faculty Board proposes accelerated medical school

If a proposed new program passes at Senate, select students could proceed to medical school at Queen’s after only two years of undergraduate education.Continue...

GPA talks resume

Discussions over the GPA grading system resumed in Senate on Tuesday when a fourth-year student was invited by the Principal to speak on behalf of students.Continue...

Senate stalls initiative on suspensions

On Tuesday, Queen’s Senate tabled an initiative that called for guidelines for future program suspensions.Continue...

Academic Plan gets go-ahead

The Academic Plan that will direct the University’s academic future was unanimously approved at Tuesday’s Senate meeting.Continue...

Plan presented to Queen's Senate

After almost a year of work, the Academic Planning Task Force presented its final plan to Senate on Sept. 27.Continue...

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