student start-ups

Student start-ups: Bel Ami Vintage is making sustainability trendy

Best friends Orlaith Croke-Martin, MA ’20, and Melissa Chapin, ArtSci ’18, have recently turned their passion for thrifting into an up-and-coming business.Continue...

Student start-ups: Research Stream bridges gap between researchers and participants

Student entrepreneurs Luc Pelletier, Kin ’19, and Brooke Resendes, CompSci ’19, want to pave the way for medical advances vital for the future of healthcare.Continue...

Student start-ups: Reel Honey carves space for female and non-binary writers

When Sydney Urbanek, ArtSci ’17, launched her online magazine Reel Honey in April of 2017, she never expected the extent of its current success.Continue...

Student start-ups: Losers Weepers Vintage

Losers Weepers Vintage, a clever wordplay on the common phrase “finders keepers, losers weepers,” is the latest student start-up sweeping through Queen’s campus.Continue...

Student start-ups: ONE Page

Throughout university, we learn in-depth about the topic of our major, how to survive off one grocery trip for two weeks, and how to balance our work and social life. But learning how to survive in the real world after graduation is not something we’re always fully equipped to do after university.Continue...

Student start-ups: Tees for Bees

Some of the most interesting alumni stories over the years have come from graduates who have gone on to start their own businesses and watch them thrive.Continue...

Student start-ups: Puck App

If you can imagine the melding of Uber and Tinder, add in a game of minor league hockey and a need for a goalie, you’ll have something similar to Niki Sawni’s app, Puck App.Continue...

Student startups: Naughty Otter Beer

Next up in our student start-up series, we’re taking a look at a group of alumni who’ve left their mark in a very spirited way. Introducing Naughty Otter Beer.Continue...

Student start-ups: BriBakesKitchen

Kicking off our look at student start-ups is a multi-coloured baking project by Queen’s own amateur baker.Continue...