Alumni

News anchor alum launched career at Queen’s

Jeffrey Kofman has gone a long way since his days as an eager political science major and student journalist at Queen’s.Continue...

Johnston opens lecture series

The Right Honourable David Johnston was the inaugural lecturer of the first annual Principals’ Distinguished Visitor’s series.Continue...

Global graduates

Sarah Tessier, ArtSci ’05, wasn’t born British, but thanks to a large settlement of Queen’s grads in the United Kingdom, she’s found a community overseas.Continue...

Industry pros talk oil sands

Features explores the ins and outs of Alberta's oil sands.Continue...

Donations fund building projects, bursaries

Queen's solicits alumni for donations to fund construction, bursaries and faculty projects.Continue...

Mac not a match

The men’s rugby team established itself as the provincial frontrunner on Saturday with a 47-3 dismantling of the McMaster Marauders, the 2010 Ontario champions.Continue...

AMS video commendable

On Sept. 12, the AMS’s Municipal Affairs Commission (MAC) posted the video Let Our Alumni Come Home on Youtube. The QTV-produced video is praiseworthy.Continue...

Reunion missing students

Unless students get involved, Spring Reunion has little chance of becoming a cemented tradition.Continue...

Alumni fundraise for youth mental health in honour of Bethany Yan

Two Queen’s alumni are undertaking an initiative for youth mental health in honour of their best friend Bethany (Boat) Yan.Continue...

Reducing the campus carbon footprint: new app will help students make sustainable food choices

In the Queen’s University Climate Action Plan, Queen’s committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2040. The app NetZero hopes to help the University and its students achieve this goal.Continue...

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