Graduation

One year later

Four Queen’s alumni discuss their time at school and the value of their experience as studentsContinue...

Don’t worry, be happy

My roommate bought a dog last week.Continue...

Graduates face job market realities

More Queen's graduates are opting for postgraduate education over immediate entry into the work force.Continue...

Demystifying Queen’s alumni network

Being a member of the Queen’s community doesn’t end upon graduation. Rather, you’ve entered the next phase of your career as a Queen’s alum.Continue...

Hustle culture leaves no room to celebrate the small wins

We need to give ourselves a break.Continue...

Queen’s celebrates classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022

After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Queen’s convocation returned to celebrate the classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022.Continue...

Student fights for correctly dated degree

A Queen’s student has alleged she was misled by Arts & Science academic advisors and has been fighting with Queen’s officials to have her degree awarded due to a SOLUS error.Continue...

Stop asking recent graduates about their futures

Graduates already face pressure from an uncertain job market; they don’t need you to ask them about their plans for the future.Continue...

Queen’s student concerned about virtual convocation, graduating alongside classmates

After COVID-19 brought public gatherings to a halt, the University is offering the class of 2020 the opportunity to celebrate their graduation virtually at online spring convocation ceremonies.

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2020 grads say goodbye to Queen’s

In light of the spread of Coronavirus cutting this semester short, The Journal put out a call to students graduating in 2020, asking them to submit a final message to Queen’s.Continue...

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