Hiring for the incoming AMS Council has concluded after the incoming executive, consisting of President-elect Kanivanan Chinniah, Vice-President of Operations-elect Kyle Beaudry and Vice-President of University Affairs-elect Catherine Wright, reviewed 31 applications and conducted two rounds of interviews.
A new Arts and Science paid internship program was approved at the Feb. 24 Senate meeting, paving the way for it to begin this September.
After three young Muslims were killed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina two weeks ago, people looked to the Queen’s University Muslim Students Association (QUMSA) to take a stand.
Two weeks after being asked to evaluate complaints about Melody Torcolacci’s teaching of HLTH 102 — in which, students alleged, she taught anti-vaccination viewpoints — Provost Alan Harrison has released the results of his information-gathering.
A new program for Grade 12 students who experience mental health issues is in the works, aiming to equip them with the necessary knowledge to transition easily into post-secondary education.
Meagan Suckling got the idea to start a resource group for young women at the kick-off meeting of the women’s Employee Resource Group (ERG).
Following controversy over HLTH 102 slides that some students say teach anti-vaccination theories, Melody Torcolacci has left the course, and a new professor will teach it for the rest of the year.
Over the course of the last year, more than one building on campus has found itself battling an infestation of flies, mice or bats.