Category: Opinions & Memories
A “spirit of innovation” has long been a hallmark of a Queen’s education. Nowadays, more than ever, that makes good sense for many reasons.
Despite a growing demand for an end to the ugly realities of patriarchy and gender inequality in India, such change is unlikely to come easily or soon.
Four years have flown by, and graduates of the Class of 2013 are now the newest members of the QUAA.
For Queen’s alumni who came of age in the WWII era, the passing of the years has not dimmed their fond memories of Principal Robert C. Wallace.
From the desk of the Review's editor . . .
Often it’s not the cost of a graduation gift that counts most, but rather the emotional investment at both ends.