charity

How to give back to our community

Rest assured, there are many great ways to create positive change and meaningfully contribute to the things you’re most passionate about, all while having fun and making friends along the way.Continue...

The designers behind the stitches

Each year, the Vogue Charity Fashion Show brings student designs to campus with a fresh twist. I sat down with some of this year’s designers to get an idea about who they are and what they’re bringing to the show.Continue...

A concert with a cause

Campus pub Clark Hall was packed Saturday night for MEDLIFE’s second annual “Concert for Change,” which featured a mix of local bands and out-of-town talent.Continue...

Go beyond “new year, new you”

How many of you made a New Year’s resolution this year?

Likely, many of us did. And like most things in Western society, they likely revolve around ourselves, our physical appearance or...Continue...

From Queen’s to the Congo: students look to make a difference

Halfway through a month-long Indiegogo campaign to provide computers for schools in the Western Congo, the Queen’s Nyantende Foundation has raised $5,420, or 27 per cent, of its goal of $20,000.Continue...

Men’s hockey stars at charity event

On a hot summer day in Kingston, members of Queen’s men’s hockey team found a way to give back to their community.Continue...

’Staches rock at the Brooklyn

At Queen’s, Movember season means valiant attempts at sprouting facial hair and several students ready to pinch their pockets to donate to a good cause.Continue...

Free the Children comes to Queen’s for Homecoming

As a kickoff to Homecoming weekend, students and alumni gathered in Duncan McArthur Hall Auditorium on Friday night to listen to a speech by Craig Kielburger, the co-founder of Free the Children.Continue...

Walk for leukemia and lymphoma research raises more than $7,000

After almost three years of treatment, including about 50 overnight admissions and 150 day visits to Kingston General Hospital, five-year-old Aly Davis is currently cancer-free.Continue...

Annual Terry Fox Run draws 160 participants

Jenna Frank’s story is one of struggle and determination.Continue...

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