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E-Sports and the creation of the Queen’s gaming culture

Imagine: It’s the height of exam season. Stauffer Library is packed with students, and desks are covered in cyclones of test papers, textbooks, and lecture notes.Continue...

Queen’s students to travel to Dubai to compete for Hult Prize

This March, a group of Queen’s undergraduate students will travel to Dubai for the regional finals of the Hult Prize — a competition that asks teams to present a solution to a global problem for a chance to win $1 million.Continue...

Pitch, please!

A full house, seven teams, all aca-armed with nothing but their voices and a passion for singing.Continue...

Refugee-focused start-up vies for $1 million

This weekend, four Queen’s students will be competing in London, England, to win a million dollars for their refugee-focused online business.

The Hult Prize Foundation, a start-up...Continue...

Students seek to make campus safer with new mobile app

The app, called Walkly, tracks an individual’s location as they travel from one destination to another to allow a “trusted network” of friends and family to ensure they arrive safely.Continue...

A craving for competition

Whether we strive to be the smartest, the fastest or the beer pong champion, it can be a rare thing to find oneself in a social context completely devoid of any contest.

Most of...Continue...

Savvy students head to Toronto

The Queen’s Entrepreneurs' Competition is moving to Toronto for the first time on Thursday.Continue...