Have a say in bringing changes to the OPIRG Resource Centre in MUSC 229: a board committee proposed alterations with the goal of making the Resource Centre more interactive and open for students working on public interest issues. A list of their recommendations is reflected in a short survey so we can gauge your thoughts on the changes.
Please take a few minutes to do the survey so your voice will be included.
Thanks in advance!
Resource Centre Drop-In Hours
Resource Centre Returning to Life The OPIRG Resource Centre in McMaster's University Centre Room 229 is starting to establish regular hours on a limited basis as we respond to the changing dynamic of an ongoing pandemic. Check out our Resources page to see what OPIRG has to offer [...]
Book Giveaway Continues
Low Intensity Giveaway! We continue our book giveaway as we transform OPIRG's Resource Centre in MUSC 229; our collection of books cover a wide range of topics related to social change, so we hope these books go to a good home! We are leaving some books in the [...]
Removing Barriers to Voting
Barriers of Voting in Hamilton and How They’re Dealing With It By Thanansayan Dhivagaran and Fahad Butt, OPIRG McMaster In Hamilton, voting is a complicated and multifactorial process with several barriers that hinder voter turnout and equitable access . Although Hamilton’s municipal government has the most direct [...]
Voting for your Future, Student Accommodations By Aaliyan Jabbar, OPIRG McMaster It’s not easy being a student; on top of being a student, you have to be an active citizen of your community and country. As citizens of Canada, we have an obligation to participate in [...]
Hamilton River Monsters – The Sewergate Scandal
Hamilton River Monsters - The Sewergate Scandal By: Curtis D'Souza, OPIRG McMaster On any given day, how often does the thought of quality cross your mind before you take a sip of that nice cool glass of water? Or before you head to a nice Hamilton beach [...]
Will students show up to vote in 2022?
Student votes can make a difference in the October municipal election Canadian cities are preparing for the municipal elections scheduled for October 2022 and this is bringing back the old question: how do we get people to vote? We at OPIRG [...]
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