SGPS

Letter to the editor: January 29

An Open Letter to The Queen’s Journal: We are writing to you as Queen’s students and supporters of the important work of The Queen’s Journal. We are also writing as law students and members of the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS).Continue...

SGPS addresses concerns raised about restructuring

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) council passed a motion on Tuesday to look into the society’s hiring practices after students raised concerns about the council’s restructuring of the society’s commissions.Continue...

With one counselor for 4,000 grad students, something doesn’t add up

Grad students live with one foot in the harsh reality of the working world, and the other in the anxieties and financial instability of student life.Continue...

SGPS transparency called into question

A recent restructuring at the Queen’s graduate student society has led to the removal of several commissioners, setting off an inflamed debate over the transparency of executive decisions.Continue...

SGPS implements anti-harassment policy

New procedures for dealing with workplace harassment have been added to the policy of the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) following a vote at their September council meeting two weeks ago.Continue...

New breastfeeding/quiet room to open in October

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) will establish a breastfeeding room on campus in response to demand for student-parent resources.Continue...

SHRC deserved better

The AMS acted poorly when they attempted to pressure a club into determining their entire future in three days.Continue...

SGPS debate sees little conflict or attendance

Monday’s SGPS debate lasted only two hours, seeing very little argument between candidates.Continue...

SGPS elections begins with debate

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) executive elections began on Tuesday with a debate on each candidate’s platform.Continue...

Student groups seek change

As dissatisfaction with the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) spreads across Canadian campuses, Queen’s student leaders are keeping their distance.Continue...

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