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From then to now

Queen's was established after an Imperial Royal Charter was signed on October 16, 1841 by Queen Victoria, making Queen's the second university in Ontario - Upper Canada at the time.Continue...

After the ‘glass ceiling’ breaks

“We still care, and that’s why it’s important to have women in power, or people of colour in power because representation goes a long way — I still stand for the belief that at the end of the day...Continue...

Examining Queen's Alive's right to live

When Amanda Collins walked into Mac-Corry and caught sight of the Queen’s Alive booth, she first noticed the stack of bookmarks that read “Women DO regret their abortions!” and then she noticed...Continue...

From FDR to Trump

“It was very interesting when the election happened and for some people here it wasn’t real for them, when it was real for me.”Continue...

The 'first family' of Queen's

Three siblings who built a school's cultural and athletic legacyContinue...

Why are male nurses outnumbered?

For Griffin Bastedo, being one of the six male students that make up the first year nursing program makes him feel special, rather than a minority.

“We’re nicknamed the ‘murses’,” Bastedo...Continue...

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