Activism

Campaign goes inward

The Women’s Worth Week Committee ran a photo campaign this week on campus in anticipation of its annual initiative, asking students what makes them “distinctly beautiful”.Continue...

Speech Wall resurrected

Queen’s Students for Liberty (QSL) erected another Free Speech Wall on Monday, despite a severe backlash from the AMS and the University that lead to its removal last April.Continue...

Idle No More gains local following

Idle No More, the protest movement that’s been gaining ground both nationally and internationally since it began in December, will hit Queen’s this afternoon.Continue...

Green folder to facilitate mental health referrals

Identifying and supporting students with mental health issues could become easier for professors and staff thanks to a new initiative on campus.Continue...

Protests come to Kingston

As the Quebec student protests continue to gain international attention, Queen’s students and Kingston residents have taken to the streets to show their support.Continue...

11 participate in Queen’s Kony 2012

Queen’s group puts up over 100 posters on Princess Street Friday night.Continue...

Politician pushes for student action

For Ralph Nader, power comes in numbers.Continue...

Homeless for five days

Once youths turn 16, the government of Canada is no longer obliged to provide them with financial aid. It’s one reason why 13 Queen’s law students have chosen to live outside without any resources to take part in the national campaign dubbed 5 Days for the Homeless.Continue...

Kony 2012 hits campus

Within 10 hours of its creation on Tuesday, more than 1,200 Queen’s students had joined a Facebook event that hopes to raise support for Joseph Kony’s arrest.Continue...

Animal rights group rallies

The popularity of Canada Goose jackets on campus resulted in an anti-fur demonstration on Tuesday afternoon.Continue...

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