Goodes Hall construction is now set to finish on July 27, marking two years of construction at the site.
Once youths turn 16, the government of Canada is no longer obliged to provide them with financial aid. It’s one reason why 13 Queen’s law students have chosen to live outside without any resources to take part in the national campaign dubbed 5 Days for the Homeless.
Sam Edwards had no idea that when he went to class on Tuesday night, legendary director David Cronenberg would show up.
The history department will implement curriculum changes this fall that will increase the weighting of upper-level history seminar classes.
There’s a lack of Islamic studies on Canadian campuses, according to a Queen’s professor.
University representatives and local government officials met last Friday to discuss the finances of Queen’s blended-learning system.
Students are unfairly tasked with funding on-campus health care, says Undergraduate Student Trustee Lauren Long.
In Kingston’s first-ever SlutWalk, 100 women and men marched in an effort to combat sexual assault and a culture of victim-blaming.
Pride Week started Monday, revising past events like drag and fat activism workshops.