2016 Issue 4: The 175th anniversary issue
The document that ushered a university into existence.
In September 1916, Queen's had just 270 first-year students. Look how we've grown!
Besides lending her name to a new college in Kingston, Queen Victoria had both a political and a cultural influence in Canada.
In the early 1960s, Queen's physicists developed an influential research program in radio astronomy.
"Queen's victorious in new stadium." That was the headline of the Queen's Journal on Oct. 14, 1921, reporting on the brand-new George Richardson Memorial Stadium.
News on the Innovation and Wellness Centre, the Dunin-Deshpande Queen’s Innovation Centre, honorary degree recipients, new fellows of the RSC, and the Tobacco Endgame Summit.
From football games to awards dinners, Queen’s celebrations wouldn’t be the same without Boo Hoo.
In 1945, 350 freshmen came to Queen's eager to get their engineering degrees in an accelerated timeframe. They became known as the class of Science ’48½.