Alumni

Letters to the Editors: September 20

Re: TAPS services to be locked for HoCo

Dear Editors,

I was not surprised to hear allegations of hazing coming towards the TAPS management. Many of the steps...Continue...

Queen’s 90th Homecoming does away with famed half-time parade

2016 will mark the 90th anniversary of Queen’s University Homecoming. Along with the newly completed Richardson Stadium, there will be more changes on the horizon for both current students and returning alumni.Continue...

Former Queen’s student featured in an episode of Game of Thrones

In 60 seconds of fame, former Queen’s student and comedian, Steve Love, gets a finger in his backside, then beheaded, for the eighth episode of the most recent season of Game of Thrones.Continue...

Sister Anna remembers 100 years of life

As Sister Anna Moran celebrates 100 years of life, she also celebrates the stories and memories that accompany them — stories set in Kingston, and for over a decade, at Queen’s.Continue...

Queen's alum: Olympic athlete and Justice

Former Gael and Olympic athlete Justice Hugh Fraser, is nothing short of an honorable man.Continue...

Robert Sutherland’s lasting legacy

Robert Sutherland’s enrolment at Queen’s was and continues to be a significant part of the school’s history. As someone who’s remembered not only for surpassing Canadian milestones, but saving...Continue...

Alumni first female electoral commissioner of Ghana

This summer, Charlotte Osei, LLM’95, was sworn in as the first female chair of the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana.Continue...

Alumni give hospital patients a CleanSlate

For newborn infants in hospitals, the smallest exposure to germs can be deadly. A new device, created by Queen’s graduates, ensures that smartphones are one less risk to an infant’s health.Continue...

Former Queen’s student appointed as new human rights commissioner

Queen’s alumna Renu Mandhane has been appointed as the new Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission.Continue...

Student self-government at risk

One of Queen’s most important values is that Queen’s students govern themselves. This sense of student ownership for the “broader learning environment” differentiates Queen’s from other universities.Continue...

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