Four Directions

Putting a face to the number

It’s doll making with a message.Continue...

Tipi damaged at Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

In a statement on Wednesday, Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre shared that the tipi in its backyard was damaged last week.Continue...

Kingston Police share images of vandalized flags at Four Directions

Kingston Police revealed images of the vandalized flags at the Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre in a July 22 media release.Continue...

Following hate crime, Four Directions replaces flags in virtual ceremony

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre replaced the Indigenous and Pride flags at the Centre in a Facebook Live ceremony on Friday.Continue...

Kingston Police confirm investigation into vandalism at Four Directions

After flags outside the Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre were found vandalized on June 30, Kingston Police have confirmed they’re actively investigating the incident.Continue...

Flags vandalized at Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

Flags outside the Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre were vandalized on Tuesday, the last day of Indigenous History Month.Continue...

Four Directions teaches introductory Oneida classes over video chat

Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre is hosting online classes for the Iroquoian language Oneida through Zoom, a video chat platform.Continue...

Indigenous groups, dean of law faculty express concern over upcoming Liberty Lecture

This year’s Liberty Lecture will feature Peter Best, author of There is No Difference, on March 23. In the weeks leading up to the event, Four Directions says it will increase its support for Indigenous students who have concerns about the event.

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Matariki Indigenous Student Mobility Programme to be hosted by Queen’s

Queen’s is set to host an Indigenous experiential learning programme this summer on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee.Continue...

An exchange student’s eye-opening experience at a Full Moon Ceremony

How often do you look at the moon? In my home country of Japan, this question would qualify as standard small talk—just like asking about the weather.Continue...

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