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  • [Drama students as Macbeth and Lady Macbeth]

    Presented by Queen's School of Drama and Music, Macbeth runs from February 3 to 11. Tickets available through the Isabel box office or online.

  • [Queen's Gaels with Carr-Harris Cup]

    Queen's defeated RMC 6-2 in the 30th Carr-Harris Cup on February 4, in front of a record 3,363 fans! (Photo by Ian MacAlpine)

  • [Future Further launch]

    A special launch for Future Further, an initiative that celebrates the achievements and contributions of Aboriginal learners. Haven Moses (Sc’15) is featured in the campaign, pictured with (l-r): VP and Dean of Student Affairs Ann Tierney; Dr. Marlene Brant Castellano (Arts’55, LLD’91) and FDASC Director Janice Hill. (Photo: Lars Hagberg)

  • [Dr. Clarisse Mark]

    Using Functional MRI scans of concussed athletes and Canadian Armed Forces members, Dr. Clarisse Mark is studying how concussions affect the brain

  • [award winners]

    At the annual Teaching Awards Reception on Jan. 27, Faculty of Health Science educators were honoured with the Curriculm Development award for innovations in the four-year MD program. (Photo by Bernard Clark). Flickr album...

  • [women's hockey]

    Rookie women's hockey forward Katrina Manoukarakis and teammates celebrate after a double-overtime goal on Sunday against UOIT – a  hat-trick for Manoukarakis and a 4-3 win for the Gaels. (Photo by Robin Kasem)

  • [snowman]

    Finding tricolour joy in the blustery January weather. (Photo by Bernard Clark)

  • [David Lepofsky speaking]

    Disability rights advocate David Lepofsky (pictured right with Queen's Accessibility Coordinator Andrew Ashby, left) spoke at the Accessibility Café on Jan. 22 to members of the Queen’s and Kingston community about how help to advance accessibility in Ontario.

Spotlight

  • [A Night in Vienna graphic]
    A Night in Vienna

    Waltz the night away to the wonderful music of Vienna in historic Grant Hall! Saturday, February 6

  • [young boy and pre-service teacher]
    Science Discovery Day

    Join us for an exciting afternoon of scientific discovery for children and their families!

    Saturday, February 6, 1:00 - 3:30 pm

  • [artwork on display]
    Cézanne's Closet

    The Union Gallery's annual gala fundraiser will be taking place on Saturday, February 6.

     

  • [night sky over Grant Hall]
    Observatory Open House

    Queen’s Observatory is open to the public every second Saturday of the month. Next Open House: February 6, 7:30 pm, Ellis Hall Auditorium (Photo: Akshay Gupta)

  • [Feb Fest graphic]
    Feb Fest 2016

    Come out and celebrate Feb Fest at Springer Market Square in Downtown Kingston! February 4-7

  • [School of Graduate Studies]
    Dissertation Boot Camp

    Registration is now open for the next Dissertation Boot Camp, happening February 16-19.

  • [Kingston Canadian Film Festival]
    Kingston Canadian Film Festival

    Film screenings, free workshops, visiting filmmakers and so much more! February 25-28

  • [peer support]
    Peer Support Centre

    Feeling overwhelmed? Concerned for a friend and don’t know how to help? The Peer Support Centre offers non-judgmental and confidential support. Open noon – 10pm, 7 days a week.

  • [academic support]
    Learning Strategies

    Looking for study tips or help with time management? Learning Strategies offers academic support services and resources. Visit them in Stauffer Library today!

Experience Queen's

[students in class]
Languages and Cultures – Arts and Science

At Queen’s, students with an interest in languages can examine their foundations and formations in a program in Languages, Literatures and Cultures.