Second Fauxcoming will decide fate of Queen’s defunct tradition.
City council committee wants Queen’s spend over $300,000 to restore 1920s chimney and windows on new arts centre.
Environmental studies student Mike McHugh hit a railroad track and flipped over his handlebars on the first day of a two-month cross-Canada bike tour.
Blueprints from 1916 show construction of Douglas Library was true to Toronto architects’ original plans.
Police say they’re anticipating a surge in stolen bikes reports in the coming weeks. Kingston Police crime analyst Jason Key said the repopulated Queen’s campus is an attractive destination for bike thieves.
Checking back every day during September to see if a spot finally opened in that course you’ve been trying to get into is a reality with the current administrative system, QCARD. Luckily, there's a $33.5 million University investment being launched ...
Many academics worry the tradition of awarding honorary degrees has become warped in recent years. But according to administration, Queen’s has safe guards to maintain the tradition’s credibility.
When Seetha Ramanathan got off the plane in Quito, she was under strict instructions. She was given the name of a government-regulated taxi company that would take her straight to her placement. A driver was waiting with her name on ...
Following a two-year grace period after the University’s Athletics Review, Athletics and Recreation is restructuring its teams. Although the 2007 review suggested downsizing the number of varsity teams to between 10 and 16, Interuniversity Sport Program Manager Janean Sergeant said ...
Journal Sports editors Amrit Ahluwalia and Jake Edmiston dole out grades for the winter term sports