Students optimistic about new mayor

Mun

Students optimistic about new mayor

The AMS executive and the SGPS President are feeling positive about Bryan Paterson, despite the perception that Kingston’s mayor-elect is anti-student.

Watch the watchmen

politics

Watch the watchmen

Last week, Canadian soil became the grounds for two repugnant lone wolf attacks against servicemen.

Eccentric art exhibition

exhibition review

Eccentric art exhibition

Abstract structural elements paired with a bizarre colour scheme make Three Snap Snare a thought-provoking exhibit.

ASUS fighting uphill grading battle

Grading

ASUS fighting uphill grading battle

ASUS’s plan to encourage the Faculty of Arts and Science to have class averages appear on transcripts, discussed at a Tuesday town hall meeting on ...

Two for three

Q&A

Two for three

With no more than two games left in their time at Queen’s, several men’s rugby veterans are itching for one last championship.

Rembrandt and Judaism

religion

Rembrandt and Judaism

On Tuesday night, Queen’s took a step back into the mid-1600s world of iconic Dutch Baroque master Rembrandt Van Rijn.

Underground meets tough competition

Underground

Underground meets tough competition

The Underground has made strides to improve, but students aren’t seeing it, according to AMS Vice-President of Operations Justin Reekie.

Search for silver lining

Football

Search for silver lining

While they weren’t expected to return to the Yates Cup this year, missing the post-season was a definite disappointment for the football team.

Assembly adopts proportional representation

AMS

Assembly adopts proportional representation

A second reading of the motion to change the composition of AMS Assembly to proportional representation passed last night with two abstentions, removing Residence Society’s ...

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Rembrandt and Judaism

On Tuesday night, Queen’s took a step back into the mid-1600s world of iconic Dutch Baroque master Rembrandt Van Rijn.

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Features


Underground meets tough competition

The Underground has made strides to improve, but students aren’t seeing it, according to AMS Vice-President of Operations Justin Reekie.

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News


ASUS fighting uphill grading battle

ASUS’s plan to encourage the Faculty of Arts and Science to have class averages appear on transcripts, discussed at a Tuesday town hall meeting on the 2012-13 Arts and Science grading report, might be more of an uphill battle than they expect.

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Sports


Two for three

With no more than two games left in their time at Queen’s, several men’s rugby veterans are itching for one last championship.

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Opinions


Disturbing discrepancies

Arts and Science students who major in political studies and classics will leave Queen’s with the same degree: a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Arts (Honours).

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Editorials


Talk about it — period

The discomfort menstruation evokes speaks to greater issues of muted conversations on health.

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Video


WRL receives word that they won the 2014-15 AMS-Executive election. Queen's Journal 2014

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