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Students who haven’t had a flu shot yet this season can get one at a free clinic open to the general public on Monday, Oct. 27, at the BioSciences Complex.
Recipients of the 2014 Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision have been announced, and will receive their awards at this fall’s Convocation.
The QBridge Pathway English program will expand in 2015 from an eight-week intensive English for Academic Purpose program to a full-year program.
The negative impact that Canadian mining corporations have had on rural Central American communities is documented in a series of 28 photographs currently displayed in the JDUC.
A recent study from Queen’s professor Nikolaus Troje aims to contribute to the treatment of depression by manipulating mood through movement.
Five of Kingston’s six mayoral candidates discussed talent retention, town-gown relations and housing development during a forum on Tuesday night, held in Wallace Hall and hosted by the AMS.
The shootings at the National War Memorial in Ottawa and inside Parliament on Wednesday that left a soldier and the shooter dead saw a former Queen’s student deal with the uncertainty from inside Centre Block, and a current student stuck in a train station instead of going to a job interview.