Queen's alum

Commerce alum KIRPAL talks two latest singles

For musician Ryan O’Driscoll, Comm ‘17, if you’re not willing to be weird and different with your sound, there’s no point.Continue...

In documentary, Yukon family skips grocery shopping for an entire year

One of the many problems COVID-19 has brought to attention to is our troubled relationship with food. Queen’s alum and doctor-turned-filmmaker Suzanne Crocker, however, was confronted with this fraught relationship long before the pandemic hit.Continue...

Author Steven Heighton releases Cohenesque single

Eleven years ago, award-winning author and Queen’s alum Steven Heighton almost lost the ability to speak. Now, he’s releasing an album.Continue...

‘What Alex did best is he didn’t overshadow the contestants’: 'Jeopardy!' winner and Queen’s alum reflects on Alex Trebek

In the wake of Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek’s passing in November and his final episode airing last week, two-time winner Jordan Nussbaum, Queen’s Law ’15, discussed meeting the famous Canadian.Continue...

The Blue Stones release new EP ‘Live on Display’

To make up for all the cancelled concerts this year, The Blue Stones have captured the atmosphere of live music on their new EP, featuring performances of their singles at Smash Salvage, an antique store in Hamilton.Continue...

‘A Bite of the Apple’: Queen’s alumna discusses new memoir

Lennie Goodings, ArtSci ’76, majored in English at Queen’s before moving to the U.K. where she has spent the last 40 years working in publishing with the likes of Margaret Atwood and Maya Angelou.Continue...

Trial ends for murder of Queen’s alum Mark Ernsting

On June 15, 24-year-old Calvin Nimoh was sentenced to life imprisonment without eligibility for parole after he was found guilty of the first-degree murder of Queen’s alum Dr. Mark Ernsting.Continue...