While Canada is a world leader in many regards, the country has slipped to 13th among 16 peers in the global rankings of innovative nations. The University plans to help correct the situation by giving student imaginations room to fly.
Eight years after his first visit to China, PROF. JOHN P. SMOL, PHD’82, one of the world’s foremost environmental scientists,returned to that country to deliver a series of lectures. The Review invited him to report his impressions of China.
Canada’s first prime minister played a role in the founding of “Queen’s College”. Now a group of alumni is organizing a celebration to commemorate the 200th anniversary of his birth.
If you've ever wondered what's behind those imposing, barb wire-topped walls of Kingston Penitentiary, we present a selection of photos snapped by Nadene Strange, former Review advertising manager, and Review editor Ken Cuthbertson.