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A publication sharing solidarity with those whose bodies and abilities don't fit the norm. Telling Our Stories (email@example.com)
The Accessibility Hub improves accessibility by providing information, feedback and support concerning accessibility issues at Queen's University @queensu
The Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC) offers services, computers, assistive devices, and specialized software to assist students with disabilities at Queen's.
Find us also at queensu.ca/atc
The Agnes Etherington Art Centre has been serving the Kingston community through collecting, interpretation and exhibition of works of art since 1957.
@queensu student goverment. Over 14k members, 500+ student staff, 1000+ student volunteers & a mandate to represent the diversity of Queen's students
The Queen's Alumni Review: the magazine of Queen's University at Kingston since 1927.
The official Twitter account for the @QueensAMS Academic Affairs Commission. Follow for updates on academic issues at Queen's, in Ontario, and beyond!
Supporting the vibrant Clubs Community. Join a club, get involved, or start your own! We're here as support, advice and a resource.
The MAC with @QueensAMS: Town-Gown relations, student housing, and volunteer opportunities for Queen's students in the Kingston community.
Black and white printing. Colour printing. Wideformat poster and banner printing. Business cards. Booklets, brochures & programs & more...yeah, we do that.
Official Twitter for the Arts & Science Undergraduate Society @queensu - we represent YOU, so get involved today! Visit us at the ASUS Core: 183 University Ave.
Making up approximately half of Queen's University - 27 departments and schools, an extraordinary scope of educational opportunities.
Continuing and Distance Studies via Queen's University Arts & Science Online.
AMT - ASUS Movie Theatre. On-campus, student-run movie theatre. FREE movies for @queensu students. Thursday nights @ 7:00pm. Red Room, Kingston Hall.
Your campus: A 15th Century castle in southern England. Your classroom: Europe