A new AMS referendum policy is in the works, which could make gaining opt-out fees more difficult for student clubs.
The AMS is looking to raise its AMS-specific fee of $70.74 in an effort to increase wages for full-time staff.
The University announced yesterday that it would pay $100,000 to the City of Kingston for three years, to help cover policing costs associated with Homecoming and the general student population.
Queen’s alumnus Alan Mallory, with his father and two siblings, became the first family to climb Mount Everest.
Second-year political studies students are having their grievances heard at a department feedback session, to be hosted next Thursday.
The Equity Office has proposed a renewal of Queen’s Employment Equity Policy, which hasn’t been revised since it was implemented more than a decade ago.