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  • Fog and tri-colour

    Thanks to Myles Xie (Mech. Engineering 2020) for this great pic of the April 17 early morning fog on campus.

  • Mitchell Hall

    The grand central atrium at Mitchell Hall was filled as Queen’s celebrated the official opening of the university’s newest building on Saturday, March 30 with donors, including lead donor Bruce Mitchell, government officials, and members of the campus community. Read more here.

  • QU Group Shot

    Queen A&R and the Varsity Leadership Council held their 2nd annual Pathways to Education mentorship day bringing together Pathways to Education students and Queen’s student-athletes for activities and discussions on resilience, goal setting, and mental health awareness. Article.

  • Queen’s Hyperloop Design Team

    For the first time since its founding in 2015, the Queen’s Hyperloop Design Team has advanced to the final stage of the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition, and has been selected as one of only 21 teams across the world to compete in California this summer. Visit their page

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    Queen's Yu Theatre Society is a new club that will produce Chinese modern and contemporary plays. Its first show, Rhinoceros In Love, has been produced in more than 80 countries. The performances at the the Isabel, March 14-17, include subtitles and a live band. Ticket info...

  • [students looking at art]

    Indigenous economies are brought to life through objects from the Agnes collection for students in ECON 244: Economics of Indigenous Communities. (Photo: Tim Forbes)

  • [students out fundraising]

    From March 4-9, a team of 50 volunteers from Queen’s Project on International Development (QPID) is participating in the national 5 Days for Homelessness campaign. Proceeds from this year’s campaign ($10,000 goal) will go towards the Kingston Youth Transition Home. Learn more...

  • [The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts]

    Yue Pang, ArtSci'19, captured this dramatic photo of the lake ice outside the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts on March 3.

  • [Scott White, lecturing]

    Scott White, Editor of The Conversation Canada, was on campus Feb 14 to facilitate workshops on leveraging the online news platform as a tool for knowledge mobilization. More than 100 faculty, students and staff participated in the day organized by University Relations.

  • [Queen's jazz emsemble practising]

    Pictured: Queen's Jazz Ensemble rehearsing for "Blues in the Night". On Friday, Feb. 8, the Dan School of Drama and Music presents two outstanding jazz ensembles in an evening of swingin’ jazz and blues that will feature Jazz Ensemble alumni. (Photo by Greg Runions)

Spotlight

  • [tour group on campus]
    Campus Tours

    The best way to get to know Queen's is by coming for a visit. Book a Campus Tour this summer.

  • [Free Software]
    Free Software!

    Did you know that IT Services offers free software to students, faculty, and staff? Check out what is available and find out how to download each title.

  • [Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute]
    The McDonald Institute

    The McDonald Institute visitor centre is a place where you can take part in the global scientific conversation and learn more about how science impacts our lives.

  • [parents with students at graduation]
    For Parents and Guardians

    Visit our website regularly to find information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen’s.

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