Money woes threaten the future of chaplaincy at an historic Kingston church that helps serve the spiritual and mental health needs of the campus community. A group of determined volunteers is seeking a solution.
The basement storage area of the Physics building is home to a precious collection of scientific artefacts that its two volunteer curators are hoping to preserve and display.
Queen’s, for many years a world leader in “correspondence courses,” is blazing new trails in the fast-growing world of online degree programing.
Ontario’s new premier, Kathleen Wynne, is known as a team-player and a consensus builder. It turns out that she began honing these skills during her years as a star sprinter on the Queen’s varsity track team.
As the date of next year’s historic referendum on Scottish independence draws ever closer, it’s a Canadian expat – and Queen’s grad – who’s playing a key role in the “yes” camp.
Real estate might be the commodity he trades, but it’s a little bit of show biz that inks the deal for this tuneful Kingston realtor.