Policy

Don’t ignore the unknown

We can’t ignore “smaller” countries when it comes to international security.Continue...

UOttawa lawsuit warranted but preventable

“Win as a team, lose as a team” is an admirable motto — but such sentiments should be left on the ice rink.Continue...

Queen’s has failed sexual assault survivors

Queen’s administration should be condemned for lacking an official policy for handling sexual assaults on campus.Continue...

Ethical purchases not guaranteed

Six years ago, the University’s athletics apparel provider, Russell Athletics, came under fire after alleged unethical labour practices took place in one of its outsourced factoriesContinue...

Restricting choices creates more problems

History has been littered with examples of righteous authorities attempting to shape the behaviour of individuals, for often ill-advised reasons.Continue...

Ban still not good enough

The decision to extend an alcohol-in-residence ban to Frosh Week 2012 is a discouraging sign from Queen’s administration.Continue...

AMS Fall in review

AMS President Eric Sikich, Vice President (Operations) Tina Hu, and Vice President (University Affairs) Callum Robertson sat down with The Journal to recount their progress from the fall semester and to discuss new initiatives.Continue...

Queen’s Senate procedures ‘stifling’ important conversations, professor says

The Queen’s Senate is seeing a lack of engagement and unstructured conversations—according to Senator Jordan Morelli, professor in the faculty of engineering and applied physics.Continue...

AMS works with OUSA to make policy recommendations

The AMS has been working with the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) over the past year to create change for students.Continue...

AMS Board of Directors approves employee-facing policies

As the fall term comes to a close, the AMS Board of Directors is working on policies that will affect all AMS employees.Continue...

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