sexual violence

The Kingston bar scene is overdue for a reckoning

It’s 2023 and the bars still aren’t safe enough.Continue...

AMS Food Bank and Sexual Assault Centre Kingston seek SGPS fee nomination

Student election season is slowly heating up, entering the latter half of January. Like any year, this year has fee referendums in store at the AMS and SGPS level.Continue...

Ontario government recommends sexual violence policy changes

In response to student concerns concerning consent, abuse of power, and being silenced in cases of faculty or staff sexual misconduct against students, the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) proposed legislative changes on Oct. 27.Continue...

Queen’s students can document sexual violence using VESTA

This article discusses sexual violence and may be triggering for some readers. The Journal uses “survivor” to refer to those who have experienced sexual assault. We acknowledge this term is not...Continue...

Queen’s sexual violence policy under review

Queen’s is in the process of revising its policy on sexual violence, with a focus on formal reporting processes and procedures.Continue...

Senate: Urban Studies minor and major approved

Principal Patrick Deane opened the first in-person Senate meeting in two years on Tuesday with a land acknowledgement, followed by moments of silence for Queen Elizabeth II and Dr. Isabel Bader.Continue...

Sexual violence should not be normalized at Queen’s

Queen’s is known for its academic achievements, notable alumni, and incredible faculty. However, it's also known for its notorious party scene.Continue...

Consent week starts at Queen’s

Queen’s, in-line with post-secondary institutions across Canada, has established a national consent week during the third week of September, from Sept. 19 to Sept. 23.Continue...

ASUS works to combat sexual violence with SeQure app

After evaluating an alternative sexual violence prevention app, ASUS opted to add safety features to Queen’s existing SeQure app.Continue...

Policy guaranteeing sexual violence content warnings in academics is the least Queen’s can do to support survivors

Selecting course material that’s challenging, correlates with a department’s mandatory content, and makes every student feel comfortable and safe is an impossible task.Continue...

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