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Queen’s University students have a long standing reputation for their contribution to charities and this year saw the formation of a committee of seven Queen’s students who sought to raise money for P.I.P.S, a leading suicide prevention charity based in Northern Ireland. Suicide and self harm are issues which can affect many people and P.I.P.S was established to provide a targeted response to these issues for the local community. As well as raising awareness of these issues they offer help to those bereaving the loss of loved ones directly affected by self harm and suicide.
The students seeking to raise money for P.I.P.S worked in collaboration with Queen’s Students Union (SU) to create a naked calendar involving the clubs and societies at Queen’s University. The calendar is called ‘SU Stipped’.
Seventy students from twenty-one of the clubs and societies at Queen’s took part in the calendar, which was shot by the Queen’s Photography society at over ten locations across Northern Ireland including The Ulster museum, The Botanic Inn and various locations on Queen’s Campus. Each picture is themed based on the club or society of the participating model.