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Ahead by a century: remembering Gord Downie

Gord Downie, the charismatic, fiercely lyrical front man of the Tragically Hip, who influenced a generation of Canadian musicians, passed away on Tuesday night.Continue...

Remembering Dr. Allison Sherman

For students like myself, Dr. Allison Sherman will always be remembered as a brilliant art history professor who could always make those around her laugh at one of her corny jokes or personal stories.Continue...

Brady Faroldi leaves a legacy in lessons

Brady Faroldi might not have been able to walk across the stage at his graduation from Queen’s Faculty of Education, but he left a lesson nonetheless, on how to leave a real impact in only 23 years.Continue...

Remembering chemistry professor K.E. (Ken) Russell

When beloved Queen’s Chemistry professor Dr. K.E. (Ken) Russell came to Canada and joined Queen’s in 1954, the university was small — there were only about 2300 students. Over the next few decades, he watched the university grow, and contributed to the school’s development both within the Chemistry department and beyond.Continue...

Principal emeritus Ronald Watts dies at age 86

Principal Ronald Lampman Watts, the 15th Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s, passed away on Oct. 9 at the age of 86.Continue...

Gaels share memories of Andrea Mariano

Andrea Mariano’s frosh leaders say that although her stay at Queen’s was tragically cut short, they’ll always remember her.Continue...

Flags on campus lowered after passing of first-year student

Queen’s University informed students on Friday afternoon of the passing of Andrea Mariano, a first-year student in Arts and Science.

According to a University press release, Mariano’s...Continue...

Queen's mourns Madison Crich

Queen’s students and faculty are mourning the loss of Madison Crich, who had recently completed her first year at the Faculty of Law.Continue...

Flags lowered at Queen’s in memory of Stanley Corbett

Flags on campus were lowered on May 20, according to the Gazette, following the passing of Adjunct Assistant Professor Stanley Corbett (BA ’66, MA’ 72, PhD ’82, Law ’95), Associate Dean (Academic) for the Faculty of Law on May 18.Continue...

Remembering Tausif

In the time he was at Queen’s, Tausif Chowdhury was known for his focus, his sense of humour and his FIFA skill.Continue...

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