News Stories

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.

Board of Trustees Welcomes Three New Members

Marie Delorme, MBA’00, David Sharpe, Law’95, and John Stackhouse, Com’85, appointed to three-year terms.

New Fund to Support Indigenous Art at the Agnes

A new fund will help the Agnes Etherington Art Centre discover the history behind some of its most important artifacts. 

Indigenous Alumnus Helps Right a 133-Year-Old Wrong

Blaine Favel, Law'90, has led a 25-year campaign to exonerate a wrongfully accused Cree Chief. 

Refugee Expert to Headline Montreal Alumni Branch Dinner

Queen’s Law Professor Sharry Aiken’s keynote address will clear up misconceptions about refugees.  

Alumni Volunteer Recognized for 65 Years of Service

Jim Craig is one of nine alumni & student recipients of the Ontario Volunteer Service Awards.

Building Teacher Networks Across Borders

A group of teacher-candidates travels to Africa in support of 1 Million Teachers, a startup created by a Queen's alumnus.

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