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Friends of MSF: Queen’s Chapter
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF or Doctors without Borders) is an international humanitarian organization that provides rapid emergency medical relief to areas with little or no medical infrastructure, operating independently from political, economic, and religious influences.
Friends of MSF: Queen’s Chapter provides students with the opportunity to engage with global health issues by raising awareness and support for the lifesaving work of MSF. Each year, this club raises funds and awareness for MSF’s global health initiatives by orchestrating events such as Queen’s Global Health Summit, Queen’s Walk without Borders, charity concerts, speakers series, and awareness campaigns.
Friends of MSF: Queen’s Chapter also provides its members with information about the nature of national and overseas volunteer work in hopes that they will consider volunteering with MSF later in their professional careers.
The purpose and goals of this club align with Queen’s values of internationalism and social responsibility. Friends of MSF informs the Queen’s community of volunteer opportunities which can inspire students’ future plans. In addition, this club aspires to strengthen relationships between the various faculties at Queen’s. MSF’s missions are accomplished through the combined efforts of a wide range of professionals including doctors, nurses, mental health professionals, laboratory specialists, nutritionists, administrators, and project coordinators. Friends of MSF: Queen’s Chapter strives to mirror this diversity and recruits members from all faculties.
Exhibit Change is a student-led club that aims to advocate for significant issues worldwide, including social justice issues, using art’s power as a conduit for advocacy. Furthermore, we also aim to inform the community about these issues and the steps they can take to help mitigate them within their community, if applicable. Our output is split into two sectors; one sector within the club works on relatively bigger projects. At the same time, the other completes more consistent small posts on our social media to continually and regularly inform the community and bring attention to important issues worldwide. The relatively bigger projects are split into two wings, the art wing and the research wing. Researchers and artists interested in working on similar topics are paired together and communicate with each other to determine how they would like to complete their projects. The researchers delve deep into their selected topic and compile information, developing a synopsis. This information will be combined with the artistic products of the art wing (painting, digital art, or any artistic medium the artist desires), which will also be related to the topic of the project. Ultimately, we combine the artistic and research components and post them on social media. If separated and not within the same slide, the art component is usually placed first, grasping the viewers’ attention, and the synopsis is usually found on the second slide. However, this can vary depending on the researchers’ and artists’ preferences. The other sector is similar but to a smaller extent and is more research heavy than art-heavy, allowing us to cover more information and topics we feel should be addressed.
Queen’s Concrete Toboggan Team
Queen’s Concrete Toboggan is a multi-disciplinary engineering design team that competes annually at The Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race (GNCTR), the largest and longest running Canadian undergraduate Engineering Competition. The Team enters each design year with the goal of providing engineering students at Queen’s University with an opportunity to apply classroom theory in a unique and fun way through the design and construction of a five-person toboggan with concrete running surfaces. Queen’s participation in the GNCTR allows students to utilize skills gained from their engineering education in a design capacity and test their problem-solving skills. Furthermore, the design process allows members to develop their teamwork skills through collaborative work and technical report writing with colleagues from a variety of disciplines.
CFRC 101.9 FM
CFRC 101.9 FM is Queen’s voice – YOUR voice- in the media! Broadcasting since 1922 and podcasting since 2018, CFRC is the space on campus where students share their voices, ideas, perspectives, creativity, research, initiatives and interests with a global community, make their marks, and jumpstart their careers. Our music and spoken word content broadcasts on 101.9 FM and Cogeco Cable 282, streams at cfrc.ca, various mobile apps, and podcasts through Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, and Deezer feeds. 75% of CFRC pod/broadcasters are Queen’s students or alumni who enjoy opportunities to engage with and shape their communities on campus, in Kingston, and around the world. Students are also members on our Board of Directors ensuring student vision and leadership steers your campus radio station.
100% of student fees go directly to the maintenance and operation of the station in Lower Carruthers Hall: maintaining the space and the one of the largest music collections in the region, keeping our equipment updated and in good repair, training broadcasters and podcasters, and paying staff wages (all CFRC staff are students or recent Queen’s graduates) including station administration and program coordination. Fees also support the creation of student employment opportunities through SWEP and Work Study Programs and support the creation of news programming, public service announcements and our daily broadcasted events calendars that inform students about current issues, events and services of which they can take advantage.
On and off the airwaves, students gain life-long career-building skills in research, audio production, writing, oral presentation, listening, interviewing, time-management, collaboration and team-building, outreach and event-planning, influencing others, customer orientation, strategic thinking, and leadership.
For 100 years, CFRC has been proud to provide space for diverse students to share their voices, vision, and perspectives and to both engage and build their communities.
The Queen’s Baja SAE Design Team is a multi-disciplinary team that designs, manufactures, and races a single rider off-road vehicle. Queen’s Baja competes in the North American Baja SAE Three Series, which attracts over 100 teams from around the world to compete in a variety of events. The competitive environment allows team members to test their designs and learn from other passionate students from all corners of the globe.
The team’s success hinges on open, positive communication whether that be between team members, with the faculty, or with the public. Team members with strong communication skills often become team leaders in their senior years providing valuable experience managing teams, developing a project plan, and creating a vision for success. The Baja team provides members with a real open-ended design problem that requires extensive research, an iterative design process, advanced modelling and analysis, and final design validation. This dynamic platform is ideal for students seeking a challenge where hard-work, sound design principles, and creativity are encouraged.
The team is always looking for ways to innovate from using topology optimization software as part of the ideation process to designing fully custom parts that are traditionally stock parts. Queen’s Baja is one of the most established design teams on Queen’s campus and continues to provide students with amazing experiences.
Queen’s First Aid
Queen’s First Aid Campus Response Team is a university campus first aid response team serving Queen’s University and its direct community in Kingston. At its core, the team is composed of motivated and enthusiastic students who are looking to make a positive difference while developing their leadership, communication skills and confidence.
Queen’s First Aid serves as a confidential and professional service responding to medical emergencies on campus. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, we operated and were available 24/7. As we slowly return to normal, we will be available from 2 pm – 11 pm, 7 days/week until further notice.
Our presence is also seen at many events, both on and off campus, where our first aid teams provide coverage free of charge. These include O-Week events, football games, banquets, formals, convocations, Polar Bear dips, boat cruises and more. Any Queen’s club or group can request our attendance by using our request form.
Queen’s First Aid has a team of two responders available to be dispatched through the Queen’s Emergency Report Centre to attend first aid situations — simply call 613-533-6111 or press an emergency blue light on campus. This service is available between 2 pm and 11 pm, 7 days/week during the regular academic year, excluding Thanksgiving weekend, Reading Week and exam periods.
Queen’s Lyme Disease Coalition
Queen’s Lyme Disease Coalition, Madoc’s Chapter is an AMS-ratified club dedicated to raising awareness and funds for Lyme Disease research in Canada. We do this through two main avenues: fundraising and awareness. Firstly, we support Lyme disease research in Canada by raising funds for the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation to support their mission to raise awareness and promote Lyme disease research, education, and treatment. Secondly, we aim to raise awareness by educating the people in Kingston and the Queen’s community. We do this by promoting awareness of the preventative measures that one can take to prevent tick bites and Lyme disease, and by promoting awareness of the early warning signs of Lyme disease; this promotes tick safety and Lyme disease knowledge in our community, improving our community’s overall public health. We also raise awareness about Lyme disease research by running events such as awareness campaigns and research-based public knowledge events, like our annual Speaker Series event. Overall, we are working towards the goal that we can one day find a cure for Lyme disease and its symptoms.
Loving Spoonful builds community around good food throughout Kingston and area by utilizing innovative, collaborative programs and outreach. The fundamental principle underlying Loving Spoonful’s work is that all people need good food to thrive. We recognize food as a powerful community builder and engage in partnerships across the region to create social inclusion and a strong local food system. Loving Spoonful promotes, supports, and champions programs and policy change that realizes social, environmental, and economic justice. We envision a resilient community and local food system, that nourishes all people and supports dignified access to good food.
Kingston Canadian Film Festival
Founded in 2001, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) is a charitable organization grounded in the belief that Canadian film and filmmakers are distinctive and vital to our country’s culture. We seek to develop an audience for our national cinema by promoting and celebrating Canadian film and media while supporting and encouraging local film production.
Showcasing all genres of film, KCFF has screened 700+ feature films and 1,000+ short films over the years – some by first-time filmmakers, some by Oscar winners. Our programming enriches the lives of our audience and community while promoting tourism, local business, and Canadian arts and culture.
In 2021, KCFF presented its first fully digital festival and offered patrons 10 days of Canadian films available to stream at home. For the first time, the largest all-Canadian film festival was available to patrons across the globe reaching viewers in Russia, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Brazil, the United States, and across Canada. In March 2022, KCFF offered its first hybrid festival – one that included at-home digital streaming and a return to the theatres.
KCFF will be inviting guests and patrons back to Kingston for the Festival in 2023 and reinvigorating the dynamic experience that visitors have come to expect year after year. KCFF has 20 years of incredible guests including Gerry Dee, Bif Naked, Gordon Pinsent, Cathy Jones, and Deepa Mehta, plus cast from shows like Baroness Von Sketch, Letterkenny, Mr. D, Trailer Park Boys, and Kids in the Hall.
As a charitable cultural organization, our mission is to provide access to Canadian film in a dynamic festival setting. KCFF presents screenings, events, and activities that provide a fresh experience of Canadian film. In turn, KCFF creates an audience that supports and encourages the ongoing development and appreciation of our national cinema and its creators.
Queen’s Soul Food
Queen’s Soul Food is a needs-based, student-driven organization that aims to support the local communities of its chapters. The organization strives to find creative solutions to, and promote awareness of local food security and issues of food waste at Queen’s University and the wider Kingston community. With the help of a team of about 70 volunteers, our main activity is to pick up un-served, leftover food from Queen’s cafeterias and to deliver it to various shelters in the Kingston area on a daily basis. Through awareness and fundraising events that we hold throughout the year, we strive to foster and build relationships with Queen’s clubs that share similar values, to promote responsible food consumption, to build bridges between Queen’s University and the Kingston community, and to raise awareness about individuals living in poverty in Kingston and in Canada as a whole.
“Wouldn’t it be cool if all the events at Queen’s and downtown were listed in one place, easy to find?” QueensEvents.ca / @queensevents on Instagram helps students develop a sense of belonging, both at Queen’s and in their communities, by promoting all upcoming events year-round. This includes Arts – theatre, film screenings, concerts, art classes – Academic – study sessions, public lectures, conferences, competitions, workshops, career fairs – and Socials – sports, fundraisers, dances, tournaments, trivia, networking nights. If you have a late birthday, you might be surprised to find out that 70% of the events happening every week are open to all ages, not just 19 plus!
Annually, we help 400+ event organizers get more “bums in seats” at their events. We also host workshops during the year for event planners to network and share resources.
@QueensEvents organizes fun giveaways on Instagram to help students feel more at-home in Kingston. Carving pumpkins is a fun fall tradition that can be a helpful study break activity, however, it can be difficult to get pumpkins home from the grocery store without a car, so QueensEvents took the initiative to deliver pumpkins to student houses. This small act of “normalcy” during the pandemic had a positive impact on students’ mental health and wellbeing. Hearing that students wanted to get into nature to recharge, QueensEvents covered the transportation for a group to attend a community tree planting event. We also gave away group tickets to the Fall Fair, The Screening Room, cross-country skiing at Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, and paddling with Ahoy Rentals. For St. Patrick’s Day, QueensEvents placed pop-up garbage and recycling bins throughout the University District. This, along with a community clean-up (“if there’s less litter, maybe you’ll litter less”), resulted in positive community feedback, and kept our streets clean.
Queen’s University Taylor Swift Society
The Queen’s University Taylor Swift Society, commonly known as QUTSS, is a club that was formed to bring together individuals who have a shared interest in Taylor Swift’s life and musical legacy. With various events, including dance and listening parties, trivia nights, and baking/movie nights, our club seeks to create a community where students can bond with others over their love for Swift’s music. We aim to provide a safe space, free of judgement where everyone is welcome. With over 1200 followers on our social media platforms and over 250 members in our Facebook group, we have seen exponential growth and interest in the club over the past year. Club events requiring tickets consistently sold out within 10 minutes. With the recent increase in interest, we anticipate the enthusiasm for events will only continue to rise, opening up new opportunities for the club within the Queen’s community.
Queen’s Cardiac Research Committee
The Queens Cardiac Research Committee is a student-led committee that aims to make research findings pertaining to cardiovascular diseases more accessible and digestible for Queens students. We hope to raise awareness for the importance of cardiovascular research, as well as inspire students to explore career options that align with their interests. Our goal is to make complicated research and information more accessible for the public to understand. Within our committee, we post weekly infographics and digital animations on our Instagram (@queenscrc). This year, we will be hosting various events throughout the year and an end-of-year conference! We believe that the success of our mission will greatly benefit both Queens students and the community on a larger scale.
Queen’s International Affairs Association
Established in 1907, Queen’s International Affairs Association (QIAA) is a not-for-profit, student-led organization at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. QIAA aims to educate, engage, and enhance the experience of all Queen’s students to promote a better understanding of international affairs within Queen’s and the broader global community. We do this through all of our initiatives! This includes our two annual conferences: the Queen’s Model United Nations Invitational (QMUNi) in the Fall and the Queen’s National Model United Nations Conference (QNMUN) in the Winter. QIAA also publishes the only international-relations journal on campus, The Observer and is the home to Right of Reply, our international relations podcast. QIAA is renowned for its Speaker’s Series events which feature many prominent figures of International relations and politics. Our International Development Week held in February strives to bring awareness to Canada’s role in reducing poverty on a global scale. Finally, the Queen’s Model United Nations Team competes in Model United Nations conferences across North America. Aside from our initiatives we have an internal team of marketing, events, outreach, EDI, finance, and a chief of staff.
QIAA appeals to people across all faculties as international affairs applies to everyone. We have students in our club from Health Science, Commerce, Philosophy, Politics and many others. Through our events and initiatives we aim to create an engaging and welcoming environment where students feel they can discuss important topics. We also facilitate professional development and alumni relations events which help strengthen relationships with current and past QIAA members.
Canadian Association for Global Health
The Canadian Association for Global Health (CAGH) was established in the summer of 2021 as an outcome of a member-supported amalgamation of the Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH) and the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research (CCGHR). CAGH is a national not-for-profit organization that brings together a vibrant global health community working to create a healthier and more equitable world. The Queen’s Student Chapter of the CAGH represents CAGH on Queen’s campus, and has four main objectives:
To promote global health research as a model and a driver of collaboration and equity in the creation, co-production, and translation of knowledge.
To advocate for equitable and mutually beneficial global health programming, evidence-informed decision making, and improved health and wellbeing globally.
To increase global health knowledge, education, and literacy, specifically among global health outreach groups already on campus.
To hold networking events to connect global health professionals with Queen’s University students, promoting opportunities in the field of global health.
Our most valued initiative is our mentorship program, launched last year. Our program connects undergraduate students at Queen’s to various individuals in academia and industry who have experience in global health, public health, or development studies. Through this connection, we hope to inspire undergraduate students to pursue opportunities in global health and provide them with the resources and support that they’ll need to do so. As a relatively new club founded in 2020, we are very keen on gaining traction within the Queen’s community through student support. Looking to the future, we hope to grow our existing initiatives to provide more opportunities for students to get involved in global health so that they can become successful global citizens
Queen’s Conference on Education
Since its inception in 2002, the Queen’s Conference on Education has evolved into the largest student-run annual conference at Queen’s University. The conference is geared towards anyone who is interested in expanding, enriching, and evolving their viewpoints on education. Conference delegates include students from over fifteen other universities in Ontario as well as students and professors from NORD University in Norway.
QCE provides hundreds of conference delegates with the opportunity to explore a number of themes in the world of education through keynote presentations and interactive workshops which range from discussing current issues in the field of education to a focus on professional development and refining practical and related skills. The conference also provides the chance for delegates to interact and network with peers who are also interested in teaching in the future.
Each year, the executive team chooses a theme for the conference in hopes to share more about a specific subject that can impact all educators. Over the course of a weekend, QCE hopes to bring fellow future educators together into an environment of learning about oneself, others, and the workplace.
During a delegate’s stay in Kingston, they will experience two dynamic keynote speakers, a special lunchtime speaker, four engaging workshops and a banquet shared with fellow delegates.
QCE aims to provide a conference like no other and hopes to make it a milestone of all delegates’ undergraduate careers.
Queen’s Aero Design Team
The Queen’s Aero Design Team (QADT) is the foremost resource for Queen’s University students seeking to learn about unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) design, construction, and operation. Composed of students from a wide range of disciplines and years of experience, our team is grouped into five major divisions: Aerodynamics, Structural, Software, Communications, and Electronics. Through mentorship, dedicated projects, and independent learning within each division, members develop the technical and soft skills necessary for a career in engineering.
For competition each year the team designs and builds a novel system composed of any aircraft ranging from a fixed-wing (plane), a multi-rotor drone, a rotary wing, and more. The team competes in a Pan-Canadian Unmanned Aerial Systems Competition giving students operational experience with UAV technology in a task-based scenario. Our mission is to provide unique opportunities for students to learn, explore, and experience all aspects of aircraft design and construction in a team environment while developing innovative designs.
To be successful, the team relies on its members, who span all faculties, disciplines, years, and skill levels. The team provides members with practical experience in aerodynamics, electronics, communications, and engineering design to assemble an unmanned aerial system capable of surveillance, reliable flight operations, and data collection. At competition members gain first-hand technical and operational experience with autonomous aircrafts completing problems at the forefront of the unmanned aircraft industry. Furthermore, the competition allows students to directly network with experts in the aerospace industry, helping them secure jobs in the field.
Queen’s Debating Union
The Queen’s Debating Union is oldest club at Queen’s University and the oldest debating society in Canada, founded in 1843. The QDU fosters a deep commitment to maintaining both our competitive excellence and open social community. We cherish our traditions and our enduring connections with our alumni. In both the fall and winter semesters we send Queen’s students across Canada and the world to debate tournaments at all different universities. The QDU is open to all Queen’s students and to the greater Kingston community, as demonstrated by our afterschool programs with local elementary schools as well as our outreach program at Collins Bay.
Looking to revitalize the educational experience at Queen’s University, TEDxQueensU is a collective of people whose goals are to teach and share ideas worth spreading. TEDxQueensU is a community-run event: partnering with students, faculty, alumni, and the surrounding Kingston community to be a catalyst for the sharing of creative and profound ideas. Through community, education and ideas, TEDxQueensU hopes to invigorate the imaginations of students and faculty alike. We build our conference around the TED mission of sharing incredible ideas. We want to use this event to showcase Queen’s creativity, ingenuity, and innovation while at the same time hosting amazing speakers from around the world. The 2023 conference will be the 13th annual TEDx event held at Queen’s University. Our event is made entirely possible through the generous support of local organizations, alumni, and major partners. We believe in bringing together organizations and individuals who are trailblazers, supporting a platform for the sharing of remarkable thinking and ideas at a top Canadian university and city.
Canadian Association for Research in Regenerative Medicine
The Canadian Association for Research in Regenerative Medicine (CARRM) is a non-profit organization. The organization, at its core, strives to improve the quality of healthcare and research worldwide by advancing the innovative science that is regenerative medicine. The Queen’s chapter consists of a group of dedicated students who, in conjunction with many other universities, work to secure funding for groundbreaking research and raise awareness of the potential applications of this research. In many ways, the Queen’s chapter focuses on involving and inspiring students to explore the science of regenerative medicine. Speaker panels with experts in their fields, networking and information sessions, coffee house trivia, fundraising events, and many other functions engage students to actively learn about regenerative medicine. The club also accepts general members who volunteer at numerous events and find a common interest among their peers. In essence, this club runs on a common belief that regenerative medicine has untapped potential to advance the medical field, and passionately works to aid in the discovery of that potential.
NeuGeneration is a two-day neuroscience conference held at Queen’s University in Kingston,
Ontario. The conference is organized by a group of undergraduate students who share a common interest in the fascinating field of neuroscience. This year, our team has been working hard to institute procedures to allow delegates to learn, make memories, and be inspired in-person. We would like to gladly announce that our conference will be hosted the weekend of January 21st and 22nd, 2023.
NeuGeneration Conference 2023 will provide delegates with the opportunity to listen to and network with leading neuroscience researchers within Canada. Delegates will compete in a case-competition that gives them a chance to share their passion for problem-solving through group learning and presentations. Lastly, our delegates will participate in hands-on workshops that encompass a diverse set of neuroscience topics.
We hope to provide students with a deeper connection to a network that is bigger than themselves, giving delegates the opportunity to share their thoughts, questions, and passion with other individuals who are united by their love of neuroscience.
Our conference has explored a wide variety of topics within neuroscience from mental health and neurodegenerative diseases, to topics in artificial intelligence, neurosurgery, and brain plasticity. We are committed to providing our group of delegates with an in-person conference full of revolutionary research, stimulating conversations and networking opportunities to inspire the next generation of undergraduate students to further their passion for the brain. As we approach our eighth annual conference this January, we hope to entice you to join the conversation and to explore the complexity surrounding the sophisticated inner workings of the human mind.
Students 4 Special Olympics
Students 4 Special Olympics (S4SO) is a student-run club that provides free, weekly, sports practices to children and youth in the Kingston community with an intellectual disability. In partnership with Special Olympics Ontario, we hope to provide the Kingston community with an hour of engaging and inclusive physical activity. The club promotes diversity and inclusion and helps bring awareness of Special Olympics Movement to the Queen’s community. Each week, a group of student coaches and athletes from the Kingston community unite in the name of inclusive sport! Our executive team works to fundraise and create outreach opportunities to further promote our program to both the Kingston and Queen’s Communities. Our team of student volunteers are passionate about creating inclusive opportunities for individuals at any ability level to participate in fun physical activity.
Queen’s Model Parliament
Every January students from a variety of faculties attend a conference in Ottawa and fill the seats of our distinguished Members of Parliament in the House of Commons. In the months leading up to the conference, QMP delegates form political parties, elect leaders, engage in debate and draft bills. These bills are prepared to be debated in the House of Commons and cover topics that our delegates have decided on. Entirely student run, Queen’s Model Parliament is a unique conference that allows students from a variety of disciplines to explore the Canadian legislative process in the presence of many notable political figures. Members of Parliament, Justices of the Supreme Court and prominent members of Canada’s journalism scene join the conference to preside over debate as Speakers of the House of Commons. We also host panels with various themes where delegates are given the chance to ask questions and further interact with those in various areas of the political field. Many notable politicians, journalists and Queen’s University Alumni also join the conference as Keynote Speakers and distinguished guests at both the Annual Wine and Cheese Soirée and the spectacular Final Gala. QMP delegates have used their experiences at the conference to become Rhodes Scholars, distinguished entrepreneurs, academics, political figures, and other prominent members of Canadian Society. Two of QMP’s most distinguished alumni that inspire our delegates to participate in Canadian politics are the Honourable John Baird and the Honourable Peter Milliken, who helped bring our conference to the House of Commons.
AMS Food Bank
The AMS Food Bank provides confidential and non-judgmental food options to members of the Queen’s community in the most comfortable environment possible. The Food Bank helps to ensure that Queen’s students can be healthy and productive as they pursue academic achievement and alleviates poverty amongst Queen’s community members.
Queen’s Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare
The mission of CUCOH is to design and implement a conference that informs undergraduate students of the current state of Canadian healthcare. This is accomplished by engaging them in discussions with other students and professionals to develop leadership, inspiration, and an understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of healthcare in Canada. The objectives are to present a cohesive overview of the current state of Canadian healthcare and explore specific areas of future change, investigate global health trends and our place in them, and increase the exchange of knowledge between professionals and students from across Canada through discussion and debate, encourage student research in the sciences through a poster competition, present a broad perspective of the Canadian medical sector by introducing a range of topics that highlights the diversity of health-related professions, and initiate a well-informed and proactive generation of leaders by providing early involvement in diverse health-related professions that will shape the future of Canadian healthcare.
With our current student fee, we have been able to subsidize costs for attendees, particularly Queen’s students, allowing us to broaden the scope of the conference. For example, we were able to increase the number of workshops we run, increase the breadth and expertise of the knowledge of speakers involved in the conference, and use campus spaces that can accommodate more delegates. In this way, expanding delegate enrollment for the conference. Additionally, with the creation of our Outreach Committee in 2021, we are increasing the number of educational opportunities for Queen’s students to participate in throughout the year. For example, last year we were able to offer an Indigenous medicine-making workshop for free due thanks to our student fee. We hope that going forward we can broaden our engagement with the Queen’s community and offer a breadth of opportunities to students throughout the year.
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