Safety

Camera causes alarm

Two weeks after a hidden camera was found in a shower stall in Victoria Hall, no arrests have been made, according to Kingston Police media relations officer Steven Koopman.Continue...

StuCons Head Manager steps down

Queen’s Student Constables (StuCons) is missing a key member of their leadership team as Orientation Week approaches.Continue...

Getting home safely as a woman still isn’t guaranteed

As a woman, getting home safe after a night out is often a major cause of concern.

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Women’s safety should be a priority—not a luxury

Women shouldn’t have to stay home past dark to stay safe.Continue...

Without safety of Black students in the classroom, there is no academic freedom

More than 30 professors at the University of Ottawa recently penned a letter in support of Lieutenant-Duval, a white professor who faced backlash after saying the N-word during a lecture. Despite pushback from students, the professor has since been reinstated.Continue...

The truth behind the Coronavirus hysteria

Coronavirus has rocketed to the top of news headlines since the discovery of a new strain of the virus in the central Chinese City of Wuhan in early December of 2019.Continue...

Student ticketing initiative is no safety solution

The University District “Safety” Initiative is about punishment—not progress.Continue...

Harsher punishments, safer streets

In September of 2012, I received a phone call I never thought I would get.Continue...

Move-in signs should move out

While Orientation Week aims to welcome new students to Queen’s, the dozens of inappropriate move-in day banners that haunt the University District are hardly welcoming.Continue...

Hope dims for off-campus blue lights

Stationing blue lights around campus has made them ideal for accessing emergency services — but there are currently no lights off-campus.Continue...

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