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University sends email asking for feedback on sexual violence policy

Following two public consultation meetings about the University’s suspended sexual violence disclosure reporting requirements , the Office of the Provost sent out a community-wide email asking for more feedback.

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Provost acknowledges failure on sexual violence policy consultations

At a Senate meeting on Tuesday, Tom Harris, interim provost and vice-principal (Academic), took responsibility for what he called a “failed” consultation process on Queen’s controversial new sexual violence policy.

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In tense meeting, administrator pressed on sexual violence policy

The University held its first open community meeting to discuss a recently-suspended controversial section of the Queen’s sexual violence policy .Continue...

Ahead of big decisions, listen to student leaders

When it comes to important decisions, leaders who are elected—or appointed—to represent their constituents should be heard. In student politics, they’re often not.Continue...

Aboriginal task force campaigns for Indigenous pride

Mid-morning on September 22, Marlene Brant Castellano answered a phone call from The Journal and begun the difficult process of discussing Indigenous affairs in the education sphere, a topic that has often been kept from the public spotlight.Continue...