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Meaghan Wray

Meaghan is the Arts Editor for volume 141. She is a fourth-year Global Development major and while originally wanted to pursue a career in international journalism, she has quickly realized writing about art is cooler. Her nails must always be painted. Follow her Twitter @swamp_child.

Prof targets obesity in Mexico

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

A Queen’s-led project plans to tackle childhood obesity in Mexico.

Fudan partnership continues

By Alison Shouldice and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

The renewal of an agreement between Queen’s and Fudan University will mean continued student exchanges between Queen’s and China.

Chasing a creative ghost

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

Buck 65 returns to Kingston.

CFRC avoids intervention

By Vincent Ben Matak and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

Proposed changes to the management structure of Queen’s radio station CFRC won’t go through, following a failed motion at last night’s AMS Board of Directors.

Black history on campus

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

Opportunities to study black history at Queen’s are limited, says Maame Debrah, a board member for Queen’s Coalition Against Racial and Ethnic Discrimination (QCRED).

End-of-life decisions aimed to become easier

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

A new Queen’s study hopes to improve communication between doctors and elderly or terminally ill patients regarding end-of-life decision-making.

Concert surplus goes to hospital

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

Frosh Week 2011 earned a surplus, allowing the Orientation Roundtable (ORT) to make a charitable donation. The extra $5,000 was given to Kingston General Hospital (KGH) on Jan. 31, with an intended focus on youth mental health.

Students occupy Queen’s

By Meaghan Wray, Assistant News Editor

The Occupy movement came to Queen’s on Wednesday when 30 students, faculty and community members set up camp in the Queen’s Centre.

JDL elected as new AMS exec

By Meaghan Wray, Catherine Owsik and Savoula Stylianou, Journal Staff

Sixty per cent of voters solidified team JDL’s win in the first round of preferential balloting on Wednesday.

Presidential candidates conclude debates

By Vincent Ben Matak, Savoula Stylianou and Meaghan Wray, Journal Staff

At the all-candidates debate for AMS president, all three teams agreed the most difficult decision faced by this year’s executive was the Queen’s Bands suspension.