transparency

Campus service hazing results in student hospitalizations and vandalism

Sitting in his office in the AMS bunker on Wednesday morning, Vice President (Operations) Dave Walker held a list in his hands. “I mean, if we’re going to address the elephant in the room, this was disgusting, and it was hazing," he said.Continue...

AMS summer in review

With the fall semester kicking off, AMS Executive Team ETC—composed of President Eric Sikich, Vice-President (University Affairs) Callum Robertson, and Vice-President (Operations) Tina Hu—shared their goals, concerns, and aspirations for students.Continue...

The AMS should be ashamed of its treatment of Palestinian students

On May 20, the AMS executive hosted their first Assembly. At the meeting, students rallied to express their frustration and disappointment over the AMS’ lack of support for Palestinian students and related advocacy at Queen’s.Continue...

Transparency and accountability is a must for student leadership—and RTZ doesn’t deliver

Student government leaders must be honest and transparent when addressing problems within their institutions—and team RTZ is no exception.Continue...

Queen’s needs to be more transparent about their animal research practices

If Queen’s wants to prevent the spread of misinformation and build a reputation as a responsible research institute, it needs to be more open about what goes on in their animal research labs.Continue...

Queen's needs a lesson on transparency

Queen’s has a transparency problem.Continue...

Accountability in actions, not just words

Although the AMS is commendable for their willingness to take accountability for the hazing that sent two TAPS employees to the hospital, the real test of their accountability will be the actions following.Continue...

ASUS student representatives fail to represent students

When a cut to outside-faculty credit allotment left many Arts and Science students with questions during course enrolment, a transparent answer from their former student leaders was noticeably absent.Continue...

Faculty of Arts and Science cuts credit allotment

At Queen’s, students have historically been allotted 24 units of outside-faculty courses towards their graduation requirements, as well as one elective within the Faculty of Law.Continue...