OPIRG

Pushing for youth

OPIRG presents their second annual Push It Hip Hop Festival.Continue...

OPIRG to appeal fee

Kingston’s Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) is appealing the loss of their $4 opt-outable AMS student fee.Continue...

OPIRG fee voted down in referendum

In Wednesday’s referendum, 62 per cent of voters cast ballots against OPIRG's $4 opt-outable fee.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...

OPIRG and Levana to remain in Grey House

After a month of uncertainty about their future club space, the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) and the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre have been told by the AMS that they can remain in the Grey House for the next year.Continue...

Grey House groups re-ratify with AMS

OPIRG and Levana Gender Advocacy Centre re-ratify as AMS clubs.Continue...

Groups say space has historic importance

Leaving the Grey House would alter the way Kingston’s Ontario Public Research Interest Group (OPIRG), the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and the Education for Queer Issues Project (EQuIP) operate, say representatives from each group.Continue...

Groups to be moved from Grey House

On Aug. 29, Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG), Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and Education for Queer Issues Project (EQuIP) were informed that they would have to leave the Grey House by Sept. 30.Continue...

Alternative frosh weeks offer other options

Kingston’s Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) hosts an alternative Frosh Week for students who don’t necessarily identify with Queen’s culture.Continue...

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