Homecoming 2018 in Photos

Stories told through photos from last weekend

Homecoming parade passed by Grant Hall.

A Queen’s alumnus receives tricolour face paint at QSAA’s Sprit Corner before the parade, and the highly anticipated football game.

Alumni and students gather in front of Grant Hall under the beautiful sunshine, while alumni enthusiastically greet Gael’s Superfan.

In the morning, volunteers from Queen’s Student Alumni Association handed out free “Q” donuts to alumni and students.

Queen’s Alumni take photos with Gael’s Superfan and reconnect with the Queen’s community  

Following many years of tradition, Queen’s Band leads the homecoming parade to Richardson Stadium.

Queen’s cheerleaders and Boo Hoo the bear take part in the parade.

Students and alumni lead to the football game.

Nearly 7,055 audience members watch the football game on Saturday. The game, along with AMS ReUnion Street Festival, and Canadian Cancer Society supports “Think Pink Day”. People participated by wearing pink ribbons, pink hats, or donating during the game. 

A Canadian Flag passes over the crowd with the help of audience members.

“Students for a short time. Alumni for a long time.” In celebration of their 50-year reunion, Sci’68 as this year’s “Tricolour Guard” embodies this motto as they parade onto the field during the half time.

Principal Daniel Woolf walks with alumni to the field.

Artsci 67’ shows her Queen’s spirit.

Cheerleaders raise the audience’s energy in the stadium.

On Saturday, the Gaels played with spirit and enthusiasm, but ultimately end the season with a loss of 22-27 against the Ottawa Gee-Gees.

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