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The Isabel provides an opportunity for alumni, benefactors and Queen’s to recognize some of the remarkable members of the campus community and their contributions.
You would think being an introvert wouldn’t help in public speaking situations.
Ontario’s longest-running outdoor touring professional theatre had its start in Queen’s Theological Hall.
Fort McMurray, Alberta, despite its harsh climate and high housing costs, boosts average household incomes nearly twice the national average, which makes it especially attractive to young people starting out.
To be effective and truly worthwhile art has to be socially engaging and provide a means of looking critically at the world.
View a gallery of images of the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts
Bill Newcomb, compassionate mentor and lover of wood, died on Thursday, June 5 in Battersea, ON.
He dreamed of being a lawyer or an artist. Happily, today Richard Ungar is both.
Kelli-anne Johnson, Sc'16, gets career advice from Annette Bergeron, Sc'87.
Alana Sergeant, Mus'13, Ed'14, talks to Cynthia Johnston Turner, Mus'85, Ed'86.