The University and its Student Body’s Shared Responsibility


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Essay #: 069160
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The University and its Student Body's Shared Responsibility
The university and its student body have a shared responsibility to be respectful of its host city of Kingston. After a student street party, there is litter scattered in the street, on the sidewalks, and across the lawns of a
of Queen’s students and permanent Kingston residents. Queen’s University is responsible for the clean up, rather than the City of Kingston. This is part of being a respectful institution that appreciates its host town, as well as an important aspect of inculcating a sense of civic duty in the students of Queens for which the university can take pride. A code of conduct should be applicable to students off campus.
The civic responsibilities of a...
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.....r, good policing practices have always been striven for by any progressive civic society. Kingston has the right to expect good proper conduct from the students of Queens. The university should make it in the best interests of the students to comply with appropriate student civic standards. It should be begin with the university administration and leadership taking a roll in this issue. It should be announced that the university will be forced to take action to make sure that the students behave in an appropriate way when they are enjoying themselves in Kingston. It is appropriate to expect the students to comply with the announcement. Taking these steps will ensure a positive relationship between Queens University and the City of Kingston.