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Queen’s Native Student Association hosts Annual Indigenous Awareness Week

Every year, Indigenous Awareness Week (IAW) is one of the main endeavours taken on by the Queen’s Native Student Association (QNSA). With daily events planned by QNSA, this year’s theme is “exploring Indigenous identities.”Continue...

Queen’s Native Students Association responds to report on Indigenous students

Although the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance released a policy paper on Nov. 9, many Indigenous members of the Queen’s community feel the report missed the mark.Continue...

Advocacy starts young

One of the first things I saw this morning was a Toronto Star article concerning more First Nations kids taking their lives, and chiefs calling for help to deal with the suicide crisis. In conversation with a friend about it, she said to me “I wish I could help, but as a student I just don’t know how.”Continue...

QNSA x The Vault: Hip-Hop & Poetry Night

Slam poets and hip-hop artists gather at The Mansion for a night of powerful performances. Continue...

QNSA showcases lineup of artists from Queen’s and beyond

On Tuesday night, The Mansion became well-versed in lyricism and poetry as slammers and hip-hop artists performed emotional and politically-charged pieces at Queen’s Native Student Association’s (QNSA) Inspiring a Generation poetry and hip-hop night.Continue...