queen's period

AMS says ‘violence’ and ‘vandalism’ kept menstrual product dispensers out of men’s washrooms

The University installed free menstrual product dispensers in high-traffic buildings on campus in September—but only in women’s and gender-neutral washrooms.Continue...

Queen’s Period collecting menstrual products through contactless product drives

Through virtual education and contactless product drives, Queen’s Period is continuing to raise awareness about menstrual inequality and reduce period poverty during the pandemic.Continue...

Queen’s to stock free menstrual products on campus

The AMS announced that on April 30, the University committed to installing and stocking free menstrual products on campus.Continue...

AMS votes to put Food Bank fee on referendum for mandatory status

The AMS gathered for the first Assembly of the year on Thursday night to discuss fall term break, the aftermath of the Student Choice Initiative being quashed, Queen’s Period, and event sanctioning.Continue...

It’s time to discuss menstruation on campus—period

I menstruate regularly for around five days each month, and I want you to be happy for me instead of grossed out.Continue...

Student group and AMS push for period accessibility

To enhance accessibility to period products on campus and education about menstruation, Queen’s Period implemented its “take one, leave one” campaign this fall.Continue...