‘I’m feeling much better’
Jay Serdula a research assistant in the Chemical Engineering Department at RMC,

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Message from the Commandant/Message du Commandant

As most of you have probably already read in the local newspaper, Jay Serdula a research assistant in the Chemical Engineering Department at RMC, has successfully crossed Lake Ontario to raise awareness on Asperger’s Syndrome.

Congratulations, Jay! You stand as an inspiration to your cause, as well as to the cadets and staff of RMC where the spirit of daring and accomplishment is so highly valued.

Comme la plupart d’entre vous l’ont probablement déjà lu dans le journal local, Jay Serdula, un assistant de recherche au Département de génie chimique au CMR, a traversé avec succès le Lac Ontario dans le but de sensibiliser la population sur le syndrome d’Asperger.

Félicitations Jay! Vous êtes une source d’inspiration pour votre cause, ainsi que pour les élèves-officiers et le personnel du CMR, où l’esprit d’audace et d’accomplissement sont grandement appréciés.


BGen TJ Lawson


Queen’s Frosh Week concert moves to Fort Henry

Queen’s Frosh Week concert moves to Fort Henry

A rock concert scheduled for the August long weekend at Fort Henry has been moved to tie-in with the influx of students in September.

The decision to host a Frosh Week event at the fort comes after the Alma Mater Society of Queen’s University was denied a noise bylaw exemption by the city.

Fort Henry, K-Rock radio and AMS officials have rescheduled the Aug. 2 K-Rock concert to Sept. 5.

“Hosting this event at Fort Henry will now allow the general public to attend,” says Will Baird, special events co-ordinator at Fort Henry.

The move has many merits, says Baird, with the potential to include more guests, including students from St. Lawrence College and Royal Military College.

The AMS sees the concert as a good way to introduce incoming students to Kingston, and hopes that this is a step forward in addressing some of the concerns surrounding Orientation Week.

“This event demonstrates the willingness of student leaders to incorporate the needs of the Kingston community, and is a positive step towards improving student-city partnerships,” says Paul Tye, AMS municipal affairs commissioner.


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