Business

Welsh billionaire visits campus

A rapt audience of over 120 faculty members and students gathered in Goodes Hall on Thursday afternoon to welcome international business magnate Sir Terry Matthews.Continue...

Back to the beginning

Katrina Galas was part of the first, unofficial contingent of Queen’s Sports Industry Conference
(QSIC) delegates.Continue...

LiquorNow aims to be charitable and profitable

A new alcohol delivery service in town is aiming to raise money for charity and to prevent drinking and driving.Continue...

Venture outside the bubble

There’s more to Kingston than Queen’s. Here’s what to look forContinue...

Shnarped in the show

Dustin Sproat grew up in Red Deer, played hockey in England and was enlightened in Nashville.Continue...

Queen’s dominates marketing competiton

Six Queen’s students are vying to be Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec.Continue...

Student and industry leaders talk innovation

Organizers of this year’s Innovation Summit aimed to push the “edge of innovation,” said Summit Committee Co-Chair Ali Husain.Continue...

St. Patrick’s Day weekend wrap-up

St. Patrick’s Day weekend saw six additional police officers on duty and approximately 20 squad cars on patrol, said Constable Steve Koopman.Continue...

MyBar to close after a decade

After 10 years at its 347 Princess St. location, MyBar will see its last partygoers tomorrow night.Continue...

Sport conference kicks off

Canadian Football League executives are hoping Queen’s Commerce students can find ways to fill the seats at Toronto Argonauts games next season.Continue...

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