This one’s for the teachers

This week we’re posting in honour of our great teachers. They engage us, they challenge us and they push us to extend our intellectual conclusions. We should feel inspired to take a minute and stop to really appreciate the academia that encapsulates our Queen’s experience. Check out below...

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One Step of the Journey

Are you spending more time sitting at a desk than snuggling up to your duvet? Living off any caffeine you can find, rather than savouring your favourite warm drink? Has your Netflix routine been replaced with online databases or textbooks? Well if this is the case, then you’ve found yourself...

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Exam Resource: 1st Year Tips

This week we’ve got a special feature from one of the AMS First Year Interns! This post will offer some advice to our first year students. Beginning your first set of university exams can be an intimidating experience, so we thought we would give some advice to try and ease your stress. Below...

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Your Midterm Halloween Helper

Has midterm season got you down leaving no time for you to get into the spirit of Halloween? Well rest assured we’ve got some resources below to help with your last minute costume efforts and transition you from a world of grades and stress to one of ghouls and spook! Combatting Costume Woes Audrey’s...

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Active Learning Classrooms at Queen’s

It’s difficult, as a student, to conceive of a future for teaching and learning at Queen’s that we may not share in. We have thoughts about what we would like to change, perhaps. Concerns, and wishes, but these are rarely realized for us in the flurry of academics and student life. Those who work...

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#ReUnionStreet

So you might have heard people talking about the ReUnion Street Festival around campus, but what is all the hype really about? Is it a closed off street party? Can underage students attend? Will alumni be there? What will it add to Homecoming? All of these questions and more will be answered below...

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Got Grief?

My Experience with the Academic Grievance Centre  I found myself in the third week of classes wondering why I was being penalized with a fee on my student account that wasn’t my fault. Due to complications when receiving permission to take a course at another University I had to navigate a confusing...

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Falling in Love With Fall at Queen’s

With the bustle of Frosh week come and gone, it’s officially the end of summer. What better way to combat your end of summer blues than to take a couple minutes to anticipate some of the best things about Fall on campus? It’s only Week Three, so take some time to enjoy the little things...

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New SOLUS Calendar Subscription

The AMS and Queen’s ITS have been working together to bring you a SOLUS calendar subscription service. This application will let you get your SOLUS calendar on your mobile phone (that supports ActiveSync), outlook calendar, etc. AMS IT Office and the Academic Affairs Commission have worked with...

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New AMS Information Technology Support Officer Appointed

May 15, 2014 KINGSTON, ON – The Alma Mater Society (AMS) is pleased to welcome Dave Mayo to the role of Information Technology Support Officer. This is a newly created permanent staff position for which Dave was the successful candidate after a thorough search conducted by the AMS President,...

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