Activism

Animal rights group rallies

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

NOPIRG plans to stop student fee

A ‘no’ campaign has been launched against the Ontario Public Interest Research Group’s opt-outable student fee. It’s the first time in the organization’s history at Queen’s.Continue...

Occupy Queen's movement in the works

Occupy Kingston was evicted from their space in Confederation Park last month, but the movement is moving to Queen’s.Continue...

Protests progress

Though they’re in violation of a city bylaw, Occupy Kingston protestors continue to camp in Confederation Park.Continue...

Plans for Occupy Kingston protest

Occupy Wall Street movement is scheduled to come to Kingston tomorrow.Continue...

Annual conference doubles in size

For the first time, Queen’s Health and Human Rights Conference offered free admittance to its delegates after $16,650 in sponsorship by Queen’s departments, Schools and organizations was provided to the conference. This marks an approximate $4,000 raise compared to last year.Continue...

Campus Catch -Up

Protesting tuition increases, Funds withdrawn from activism group & Furthering Fair TradeContinue...

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