Protest

Student-led protest blazes political trail

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Hong Kong to demand that residents of the region be able to choose their leader for the upcoming 2017 election — for which China has said they’ll be determining the candidates.Continue...

Canadian climate neglected

Climate change was a hot topic in September, with politicians and celebrities alike focusing on issues of sustainability and global protests highlighting a need for action.Continue...

Fine Arts students protest at Summerhill

BFA students to present motion at Board of Trustees tonightContinue...

Extinction Rebellion comes to Kingston

Fake blood pools underneath the bodies of protestors heaped on top of one another as a eulogy for planet Earth echoes out over the spectating crowd—letting them know the world will soon be taking its last breath.Continue...

Queen's Climate Strike 2019

On Sept. 27, hundreds of students, faculty, and members of the Kingston community marched through campus to demand climate action from Queen’s administration.Continue...

Through Hong Kong protests, social media has become a battleground

For the last five months, Hong Kong has experienced some of the largest protests in its history. Now, the battle is no longer taking place solely in the streets of Hong Kong—it’s moving onto social media.Continue...

Club to hold climate rally next week

Queen’s Backing Action on Climate Change (QBACC) has organized a community rally on Mar. 15 to show support for action on climate change in Kingston.Continue...

Queen's Students for OSAP Protest

On Tuesday, Jan. 22, Queen's students gathered at University Avenue and Union Street to...Continue...

Students to protest OSAP changes on campus

Last Thursday, Ontario’s government released sweeping changes to OSAP—and on Tuesday Queen’s students will take to University and Union to protest the decision.Continue...

University to discuss drafting freedom of expression guidelines

Early in March, McMaster University released drafted guidelines for freedom of expression and acceptable protest on campus. The guidelines followed controversial University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson’s speech on campus from the year before.Continue...

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