food insecurity

Report finds food insecurity among female-identified graduate students, international students

Female-identified graduate students with family responsibilities are the most likely to experience food insecurity at Queen’s, a recent report found.

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At Senate, Queen’s says no exchange in Hong Kong next term

At its last meeting of 2019, Queen’s Senate wrapped up discussion about the fall term break and food insecurity, moving into discussion about issues that will likely dominate the winter term.Continue...

University to publish report this fall addressing campus food insecurity

The University has formed a working group to address food insecurity in the Queen’s community, according to Tom Harris, interim provost and vice-principal (Academic).Continue...

First Senate meeting of the year addresses enrollment, food insecurity and OSAP

On Oct. 1, Queen’s Senate kicked off its first meeting of the school year with Principal Patrick Deane’s opening remarks.Continue...

Canada’s food guide amplifies student health concerns

It’s difficult to prioritize fresh-pressed juice and other healthy alternatives when you’re thinking about where your next meal is coming from.Continue...

Food for thought: insecurity at Queen’s

Insecurity is a form of anxiety and lack of confidence that most people suffer from at one time or another. While everyone experiences it differently and at different times, it’s familiar.Continue...

Rising tuition leading to empty cupboards

“It’s the remix to ignition, college student edition, eating ramen for dinner, can’t afford my tuition.”Continue...

Getting to the core of food insecurity: we have to start somewhere

There are many factors that feed into food insecurity on our campuses — but when it comes to solving the issue, the hunger will only be satisfied if someone takes the first bite.Continue...