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Art centre receives large donation

Last month, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre received a donation of 68 paintings by Dutch and Flemish Baroque artists, such as Abraham van Dijck and Willem Drost.Continue...

Agnes revitalization will include dedicated areas for Indigenous communities

­ Twenty years after its last expansion, the Agnes will be renovated into one of the largest University Art Museums in Canada.Continue...

AMS to donate $7,000 to Kingston food bank

In light of recent university closures, the AMS Food Bank will close on Mar. 20.

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QLA gifted $200,000 from Toronto law firm

Bogoroch & Associates LLP donated $200,000 to Queen’s Legal Aid (QLA) on Wednesday for support after the clinic suffered from funding cuts to Legal Aid Ontario and the impact of the Student Choice Initiative (SCI).Continue...

Winter Coat Drive in need of more donations

Winter clothing is essential to students’ success this time of the year, and Queen’s Winter Coat Exchange (QWCE) knows that all too well.Continue...

SGPS, United Way drive asks for clothes, non-perishables

A winter clothes and non-perishables drive from the SGPS and AMS Student United Way Committee ends this month.Continue...

Queen’s arts apprenticeship program expands after donation

An apprenticeship program connecting recent Queen’s graduates with local businesses has expanded this year after a donation from Ottawa-based philanthropist Alan Rottenberg.Continue...

I Love First Peoples organization holds shoebox charity drive

Starting this month, Canada’s I Love First Peoples (ILFP) Kingston chapter is accepting gift-filled shoebox donations for Indigenous youth.Continue...

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...

Queen’s interdisciplinary water research receives $5 million donation

On Feb 24, the University received a $5 million donation from Ross J. Beaty, which will give way to the creation of the Beaty Water Research Centre, to be located in the new Queen’s Innovation and Wellness Centre.Continue...

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