charity

The “Third World” isn’t your photo op

It’s a common sight on anyone’s Facebook news feed: photos of an acquaintance that travelled to the Global South and took numerous “selfies” with local children.Continue...

A contest for Carley

When men’s hockey hosts the Guelph Gryphons on Oct. 24, the hope is Carley Allison will be there to sing “O Canada”.Continue...

Golden Gaels go pink

For one month a year, another colour joins the Queen’s trifecta of red, blue and gold.Continue...

All for a cause

If there’s a group of carolers on your doorstep this year, it might just be the cross country team.Continue...

Storm subdues campaign

Queen’s students participating in the national Five Days for the Homeless campaign faced snowy winter weather and unseasonably low temperatures this week.Continue...

The power of staying positive

It was a stolen wallet that reminded me of human kindness.Continue...

The daunting donation dilemma

Founded in 2006, TOMS’ One for One Movement seeks to match every shoe purchased by donating one to a child in need. As noble as it might be, TOMS’ intentions often come under question.Continue...

Campaign for awareness

Proceeds from Queen's Wears Green will go towards the Jack Project and the Canadian Mental Health Association.Continue...

Students launch initiative to aid Kingston’s homeless youth

In early October, a group of Queen’s commcerce students started Locals for Locals — a project created with the goal of rallying community support for Kingston’s homeless youth.Continue...

I Love First Peoples organization holds shoebox charity drive

Starting this month, Canada’s I Love First Peoples (ILFP) Kingston chapter is accepting gift-filled shoebox donations for Indigenous youth.Continue...

Pages