Advocacy

Student Superheroes: Advocates for strong identity and mental health

You don’t need to watch every Avengers movie to know that most superheroes keep their identities secret. Though they help save people from everything...Continue...

Our failure to acknowledge different perspectives sets back our progress

When I was in my final year of high school at a diverse school, I remember telling my friends I was planning to accept my offer to Queen’s.Continue...

AMS commissioner elected executive member of Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance

On May 17, Queen’s secured an executive position in the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA).

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Advocacy starts young

One of the first things I saw this morning was a Toronto Star article concerning more First Nations kids taking their lives, and chiefs calling for help to deal with the suicide crisis. In conversation with a friend about it, she said to me “I wish I could help, but as a student I just don’t know how.”Continue...

Library camp-out calls for action

In another life, Amelia Zheng says she would have been a child in need of a literacy program.Continue...

Sexual and Gender Fair promotes diversity

Last night, student-run group Education on Queer Issues Project (EQuIP) held a Sexual and Gender Diversity Resource Fair in Grant Hall, welcoming students and community members of
all identities.Continue...