News Stories

Brier Bound

Three alumni will compete at the Brier after winning the Ontario Men’s Curling Championship.

Ka’tarohkwi Festival of Indigenous Arts Brings Top Artists to The Isabel

The inaugural event is an exciting multi-disciplinary blaze of Indigenous creativity.

Let's Talk Mental Health

Numerous events on campus will celebrate annual mental health awareness day.

Happy New Year, Queen's Alumni!

It was a year filled with accomplishment, commemoration, beginnings, and endings. Principal Daniel Woolf looks back on the highlights of 2018 and gives us a preview of what to expect in 2019. 

The 14 Most Notable Alumni Moments from 2018

Commanding the International Space Station and winning one of the world’s top literary awards are among the many accomplishments of Queen’s graduates in 2018.

Continuing a Tradition

John Bates, Artsci’84, and Sue Bates, Artsci’91, are buying used Queen’s jackets and donating them to current students.

Bridging the Gap Between Science and Art

A lab affiliated with the Beaty Water Research Centre participated in a creative collaboration with Art the Science.

Eight Alumnae Among Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women

List is proof that Queen’s continues to produce Canada’s next generation of leaders, says Queen’s University Alumni Association president.

A National Honour

Three Queen’s faculty members, two of whom are alumni, are now invested as Officers of the Order of Canada.

Stephen Smith, Sc’72, to be Inducted into Canadian Business Hall of Fame

The engineering alumnus, who donated $50 million to Queen’s in 2015, is one of Canada’s top entrepreneurs. 

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