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Front Page Slideshow

  • [choral ensemble]

    Shuhong Lin, Artsci'19, shared this shot of the Choral Ensemble of the Dan School of Drama and Music's Homecoming Showcase Concert, Friday October 13 at the Isabel.

  • [Queen's Bands outside Grant Hall]

    Thanks to Tianyu Yao, Artsci'21, for this tricolourful photo of the Queen's Bands outside Grant Hall.

  • [student volunteers]

    Thanks to Michael Pilon (Strategic Procurement Services), for this photo of the "Zone 5" volunteer group from the Homecoming football game. These students greeted the Tricolour Guard alumni at the main gate and escorted the reunion organizers during the half-time parade.

  • [football]

    Marquis Richards scores a touchdown in the Gaels 68-17 win over Waterloo on October 5 under the lights at Richardson Stadium. (Photo by Ian MacAlpine)

  • [miniaturized Queen's researchers]

    Science on a small scale: With help from NanoFabrication Kingston, researchers are making technology smaller, faster, and better. (Photo by Bernard Clark)

  • [educatio students in class]

    Thanks to Glenda Pinault, Ed'18, for capturing this moment from Prof. Diane Lawrence's science curriculum class when everyone paused as a monarch butterfly emerged from its cocoon.

  • [Laura Callender]

    Laura Callender making a move past a Trent defender on September 24 at Richardson Stadium. Callender had a goal and an assist in the Gaels 2-1 win. (Photo by Robin Kasem)

Spotlight

  • [booth at Engineering and Technology Fair]
    Engineering & Technology Fair

    Join us in Grant Hall to learn about career and internship opportunities with an engineering or technical focus.

    October 17 & 18, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm

  • [Queen's Reads - The Break]
    Queen’s Reads

    Join us throughout the first term for facilitated discussions and activities as we explore the first half of The Break by Katherena Vermette. All members of the Queen’s community are welcome to attend!

  • [André Biéler and students at the new Agnes Etherington Art Centre in 1958]
    The Agnes: Celebrating 60

    We’re celebrating the Agnes’s 60th Anniversary in style with a suite of festive events – including special talks, tours, and studio sessions. Join us October 12-19.

  • [Queen's Athletics & Recreation]
    Health & Wellness Fair

    Demos, giveaways, and door prizes from a number of Kingston businesses, organizations and campus partners.

    October 25, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm in the ARC

  • [page lecture graphic]
    The Page Lectures

    Acclaimed Canadian poet Daphne Marlatt will visit on October 24.

  • [AMS logo]
    Get to know your AMS!

    With 19 student-run services and serving 17,000 students, the Alma Mater Society is Queen's University's Undergraduate Student Government.

  • [photo of students]
    Q Success

    Registration now open for Q Success – a transition program for first-year students to ease the transition to university life and support academic success.

  • [accessible entrance]
    Accessibility at Queen's

    Are you a person with disabilities coming to Queen's for a visit? Many resources are available for you to help make arrangements.

Experience Queen's

[interior of the Agnes]
The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

With its superb collections – numbering over 16,500 works – the Agnes is an experiential learning space for diverse disciplines at Queen’s and the public gallery for the Kingston region.