courses

Talking Heads: What makes a lecture worth attending?

“Walking away with more knowledge than when you came in.” Jessica Grennan, ConEd '21 Continue...

New course at Queen's delves into Kingston’s treaty land

Before the British army established Kingston in 1793, the Huron called the territory Ka’tarohkwi.Continue...

Mandatory class attendance overlooks working students

Mandatory courses with required attendance only add stress in an already high-pressure environment—especially for working students.Continue...

What TV shows to watch based on your favourite Queen’s courses

Watching television makes for a great study break, but deciding what to watch can be time consuming. Ironically, your classes may hold the key to your next TV show.Continue...

ASUS student representatives fail to represent students

When a cut to outside-faculty credit allotment left many Arts and Science students with questions during course enrolment, a transparent answer from their former student leaders was noticeably absent.Continue...

Arts and Science to introduce pass/fail course option

Students in the Faculty of Arts and Science will have the option to take pass/fail courses this coming September.Continue...

Make your program work for you

Sometimes, the most difficult path to follow is your own.Continue...

Talking Heads: What department other than your own would you like to take a class in?

What department other than your own would you like to take a class in?Continue...

Cutting edge creativity

If you combine arts with computing, you get cutting-edge creativity.Continue...

Classes move to lecture and online mix

Lecture time for certain large first-year courses will be cut significantly in favour of online learning.Continue...