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Queen's University Gazette
Queen’s professor leads conversation on the mis-use of Indigenous songs in contemporary classical music.
Artwork by graduating students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts on display in //Forward: BFA Grad Exhibition.
Arts and Science Undergraduate Society and Faculty of Arts and Science colloaborating to provide more funding for undergraduate research opportunities.
Following review by Software Licensing Working Group, five packages made available as enterprise software offerings.
Students will now be offered a Politics-Philosophy-Economics Specialization and a major in Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
The top young virtuosi from across Canada are competing at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts to win the inaugural Isabel Overton Bader Canadian Violin Competition.
South wing of Mackintosh-Corry Hall to undergo renovations, including development of two active learning classrooms and a renewed student street.
Queen’s research team receives Brain Canada grant to study Alzheimer’s progression.
Queen's outreach initiative provides on and off-field training for youth football players.
Medical student Thomas Dymond, recipient of a prestigious Indigenous award, has discovered and embraced his Aboriginal identity.
Principal Woolf provides more detail on immediate and future actions to address committee’s recommendations.
Records Management and Privacy Office working to ensure records management system is organized, efficient, secure and accessible.
Queen’s Gaels cross country runner one of four finalists for the Jim Thompson Trophy, awarded annually to the U Sports female athlete of the year.
Coordinated training brings Student Affairs peer helpers together.