religion

Prayer space expands on campus

While Queen’s was founded by pious Scottish Presbyterians, students with religious beliefs today are in a firm minority.Continue...

Rembrandt and Judaism

On Tuesday night, Queen’s took a step back into the mid-1600s world of iconic Dutch Baroque master Rembrandt Van Rijn.Continue...

Think spiritually

When I came to Queen’s last year, I found it disturbing how infrequently students took the time to think about and acknowledge their spiritual lives.Continue...

Losing control

Much to my mother’s chagrin, I bite my nails.Continue...

Still relevant

Religion is everywhere, so why the surprise that its narratives find their way into 2013’s Oscar-nominated films?Continue...

Within stained glass

There may be a tunnel under one of Kingston’s oldest churches, but no one can tell you for sure.Continue...

Raising awareness about Islam a joint effort

When Mohamed Bayoumi was planning this year’s Islamic History Month in Kingston, he once again turned to Queen’s students to make the events possible.Continue...

Islam Awareness Week aims to inform

There’s a lack of Islamic studies on Canadian campuses, according to a Queen’s professor.Continue...

Psychology of religion

Religion could be linked to increased self-control, according to a recent Queen’s psychology study.Continue...

A journey through the ages: visiting the Aga Khan Museum

With the exception of a brief middle school field trip to a Toronto mosque, my overall exposure to Islamic art had been very limited until I visited the Aga Khan Museum.Continue...

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