What has OPIRG been up to lately? Read on to find out what we’ve been doing in the past few weeks.
Accessibility Research Opportunity: How is accessibility understood by those at Queen’s? How do we practice accessibility? Our latest call for proposals seeks to answer these questions and more. Applications are due November 30th.
We Believe in a Campus Free of Sexual Violence: Campaign volunteers will be meeting this week to go over planning next steps for the campaign. So far, we’ve collected over 250 signatures. Free “We Believe” posters are available from the OPIRG office at any time during regular office hours– remember to get one for your office or room!
AMS Fall Referendum: Although we were successful in the referendum vote, the results have been tossed out (Queen’s Journal story here). We’ve been informed that we will be up on the ballot again in January. While this is disappointing news, we thank all of our volunteers for their hard work.
Kingston Community Garden Census: This research report is on its way to completion and we hope to have it ready for a Winter 2016 release. Stay tuned!