Current Affairs Editor Sean Mulryan reports on Northern Ireland’s progression out of the COVID-19 pandemic and back to normality.
The Graticule, the resident student geography publication, once decked the student’s union and the hallways of Queen’s University. Now over a decade since it was last seen on campus Geography society members have resurrected the title for a new online platform focused on all things geography and environment related.
In a world of misinformation, fake news and conspiracy theories, anti-vaccination messages have found conducive conditions on the worldwide web to spread their messages. Only a firm inter-governmental, multi-national effort can stem the flow of such damaging information, against a vaccine which is designed to combat a deadly adversary which has taken the lives of over 2 million worldwide.
Queen’s University launched an on-campus asymptomatic testing pilot programme, which on Monday 23rd November. This initiative comes at a crucial point in term, in that it will provide students who have remained on campus throughout the semester and who show no symptoms of the virus, with the reassurance of a negative test before they return home for Christmas. Abby Wallace Features Editor writes
Conor Reid, Contributor. Last Monday, Queen’s University’s Students’ Union held a council meeting and passed a motion to enact a Climate Emergency. This motion signifies a commitment on behalf of QUBSU to work towards the university achieving a ‘net-zero’ result in its carbon emissions, in all of its activities, by the year 2030. To meetContinue reading “Climate Emergency: SU Votes for Carbon-Neutral Campus”