Queen's University Gazette
Dr. Daniel Woolf, Principal and historian of Britain, shares his views on the Scottish Referendum.
Jennifer Medves set to guide School of Nursing as it evolves to meet changes in Canadian health care.
Football, cross-country, rugby and soccer squads hit the road while women's hockey hosts tournament.
Geoffrey James’ photographs from inside Kingston Penitentiary highlight the fall season at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre.
Three major international rankings released this time of year.
Queen's law sutudent wins prestigious Canadian essay competition in military law.
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts signals architectural firm Snøhetta's arrival in Canada.
Public school students share their artistic talent with an interactive mural at the Faculty of Education
Researchers at the Bader International Study Centre are excavating the castle estate's grounds to better understand how medieval people adapted to climate change.
New program gives medical students chance to practice their surgical skills.
Featured Event:Isabel architect Craig Dykers
The School of Urban and Regional Planning hosts on Friday, Sept. 19 a presentation by Craig Dykers, Isabel architect and founding partner of SNOHETTA.
Dick Zoutman (Infectious Diseases) – Canadians urged to watch out against rare Enterovirus D68, in the International Business Times (Australia).
Robin Boadway (Economics) – Energy Watch: Alberta is no Scotland, on Business News Network.
Neil Bearse (School of Business) – New iOS 8 apps launched, on CBC.ca.
Kathy Brock (Political Studies) – Kingston’s mayoral candidates, on CBC’s Ontario Morning.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – An update on ISIS, on SunTV.