Obituary

Amir Moradi, beloved by peers, planned to attend medical school

He was a third-year biotechnology student who developed apps in his spare time and planned to attend medical school after his undergraduate degree. His friends and housemates describe a person who would stop at nothing to help someone in need.Continue...

Losing a best friend at 21

On Nov. 15, 2018, I lost one of my best friends, with whom I had one of the strongest relationships I’ll ever come to know.Continue...

Queen’s mourns loss of Dr. Alfred Bader

On Dec. 23, the Queen’s community received the news that distinguished alumnus Dr. Alfred Bader had passed away that day. He was 94.Continue...

Remembering Mac Miller, a selfless rapper

On his song "Small Worlds,” the late Mac Miller summed up his most-prized possessions: "A little space and time."Continue...

Achintya Garikaparthi remembered

Earlier this summer, family and friends mourned the loss of Queen’s student and member of the Queen’s Quidditch team, 18-year-old Achintya Garikaparthi.Continue...

Remembering Kim Renders

On July 17, beloved teacher and theatre trailblazer Kim Renders passed away.Continue...

Gage B. Foster remembered

On June 8, family, friends and teammates were delivered the tragic news of the passing of first year Queen’s student, Gage B. Foster.Continue...

Queen’s grads remember Shawn Brimley

On Jan. 9, friends, family and colleagues mourned the loss of 40-year-old Queen’s alumni Shawn Brimley — a senior Pentagon and White House official.Continue...

Ahead by a century: remembering Gord Downie

Gord Downie, the charismatic, fiercely lyrical front man of the Tragically Hip, who influenced a generation of Canadian musicians, passed away on Tuesday night.Continue...

Remembering Dr. Allison Sherman

For students like myself, Dr. Allison Sherman will always be remembered as a brilliant art history professor who could always make those around her laugh at one of her corny jokes or personal stories.Continue...

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