Protesters with the Occupy Kingston movement dwindled from over 100 to five yesterday.
An AMS committee focusing on mental health hasn’t made a move since its inception in April.
The University’s new grading system offers no comfort to Queen’s students. The Grade Point Average, implemented in May, hurts the student who cares about the one per cent difference that can make or break a post-secondary career.
Recycling on campus will now expand to include the 1.1 million coffee cups and 13 metric tonnes of polystyrene previously sent to landfills each year.
For the first time, Queen’s Health and Human Rights Conference offered free admittance to its delegates after $16,650 in sponsorship by Queen’s departments, Schools and organizations was provided to the conference. This marks an approximate $4,000 raise compared to last ...
An estimated 1,400 people voted in the on-campus advanced polls between Sept. 21 and 23 this year, the first year that advanced polls have been available on campus during a provincial election.
Local provincial candidates have adopted different strategies to secure the student vote in the approaching Oct. 6 election.
Lecture time for certain large first-year courses will be cut significantly in favour of online learning.
At its peak on Saturday night, Aberdeen Street had approximately 500 revelers — a much smaller turnout than in previous years.
Alcohol-free residences during Frosh Week were implemented this year to discourage alcohol consumption on campus.