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Darts and laurels 2014-15

Darts and laurels 2014-15Continue...

Switching out of science changed my attitude about university

Last year, as I walked home to West Campus in the dark after a three-hour lab, wishing I was doing anything else, it dawned on me that maybe a science degree wasn’t for me.Continue...

Rethinking frosh week

Frosh week sets the tone for the best four years of your life—full of fun, new friends, and new experiences.Continue...

Degrees in the humanities have a lot to offer

The view that studying STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines is the only way to secure employment often surfaces in high school.Continue...

ArtSci introduces Masters of Philosophy in English Literature program

As of fall 2018, the University will offer a new two-year Masters of Philosophy in English Literature program. It will provide students with guaranteed entry into a PhD in the same field.Continue...

Orientation Week in photos

Two FRECS (Engineering frosh leaders) sporting their “EngCut” hairstyles.

Two ArtSci frosh getting messy during Frosh Olympics.

Engineering frosh...Continue...

Computing hiring system crashes

“Sum ergo computo. I am therefore I compute.” So reads the slogan for the Queen’s School of Computing, but budget cuts and a decade-long hiring drought threaten the school’s future as a cutting-edge program.Continue...

Shinerama continues to shine through the rain

During a rain-filled afternoon, Frosh Week came to a close with Shinerama Shine Day.Continue...

ArtSci internships a positive start

A new Arts and Science paid internship program will help the University catch up to other Canadian schools.Continue...