News Stories

The Royal Round-up

Four Queen's University researchers have been elected to the prestigious Royal Society of Canada.

Five Must-Attend Events at Queen’s Homecoming this October

Dust off your tartan and tams and prepare for an exciting return to campus this October.  

An Artful Donation

The most prolific donors in Queen’s history have added to their legacy with a gift of just over $1 million (US).

Three Law Alumni Among Canadian Lawyer's Top 25 Legal Influencers

Esi Codjoe, Frank Walwyn, and Thomas Cromwell make the list because of their level of respect, and ability to influence public opinion and help shape the laws of Canada.

Elder-in-Residence Position Empowers Education Students

Donor-funded position helps students learn and teach Indigenous studies.

Seven Questions with the New VP Advancement

We caught up with the new Vice-Principal (Advancement) Karen Bertrand, Artsci'94, to talk about her new role, her connection to Queen’s, and the value of the alumni network.

Innovation & Wellness Centre Gets a New Name

New building signs will be going up at the corner of Union and Division next month.

Queen's Legal Aid Director and Alumna Appointed to Nunavut Court of Justice

Former Director of Queen's Legal Aid is now a judge in the Nunavut Court of Justice. 

Bettering the Student Experience for His Peers Earns Law’19 Student Top Queen’s Award

Queen's Law student Adam Grotsky, Law'19, Artsci'16, is the newest inductee into the Tricolour Society. 

Legalizing & Regulating Marijuana

Law alumni share their perspectives on different aspects of legalizing recreational marijuana.

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