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Best of Kingston 2013-14

Nearly 100 people responded to the annual Best of Kingston survey, giving you a wide array of Kingston’s finest. Here are the results of our 2013-14 call for the best of the Limestone City.Continue...

Best of Kingston 2012-13

Over 150 people responded to the annual Best of Kingston survey, giving you a wide array of Kingston’s finest. Here are the results of our 2012-13 call for the best of the Limestone City.Continue...

Mistaken identity

Until crime TV shows stop portraying live lineups as the gold standard for identification procedures, it's likely the public will continue to believe this outdated method is still widely in use.Continue...

“Alarming and heartbreaking”: Queen’s grapples with sexual violence survey results

One week after the additional results from the Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey results were released , and two years after the initial survey was sent to Ontario college and university students, Queen’s is engaging with the data provided by the survey.

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Sexual violence survey delay has delayed productive action

The province’s Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey had the potential to make a significant, timely impact on sexual violence at Ontario universities. Disappointingly, its implementation has hindered this potential.Continue...

Queen’s second-highest in province for sexual harassment, survey finds

Two years after the Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey was circulated to Ontario university students, the full results were released Thursday morning. The data reveals that certain groups of students are more vulnerable to sexual violence. However, the report did not reveal demographic information from specific institutions.Continue...

Province yet to release full sexual violence survey results

Nearly nine months after the provincial government released initial data from the Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey , there is still no timeline for the release of the remaining results.Continue...

Computing Student’s Association to survey students on fall reading break

The Computing Student’s Association (COMPSA) will send out a survey to gauge student opinion on the fall term break, according to COMPSA President Nana Boateng.Continue...

Queen's launches 2019 National Survey of Student Engagement

Last month, Queen’s launched the 2019 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) for first- and fourth-year students.Continue...

Smith School teams up with Catalyst Canada

The Smith School of Business has announced a strategic partnership with Catalyst Canada to explore diversity and inclusion in the workplace.Continue...

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