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Conserving a piece of Canada’s aviation history
Conserving an Avro Arrow paintingWhen officials from Canada’s Air and Space Museum needed the services of a “top gun” art conservator, they knew exactly where to look.
Seeking thinkers who also “do”
Stuart PinchinWho gets admitted into first-year studies at Queen’s? Associate University Registrar – Undergraduate Admissions STUART PINCHIN, ARTSCI ’78, explains.
A “mini-lesson in Canadian art history”
Ottawa art collector Ruth Soloway has given the Agnes Etherington Art Centre one of the most important gifts in its 57-year history.

Alumni Spotlights

Bill and Bob Goodings, Sc'51
[photo of twins Bill and Bob Goodings]Bill Goodings talks about his life in parallel with his twin brother Bob, also Sc'51.
Brian Sterling, Sc’74
[photo of Brian Sterling]It sounds like such a simple question: Where does our food come from? But the ­answers are not as easy as you might think.
Jeremy Mosher, Artsci'08
[photo of Jeremy Mosher]Jeremy Mosher, Artsci'08, talks about the benefits -- personal and professional -- of volunteering.

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March 5: Ann Dowsett Johnston returns to Queen's to discuss her book, Drink: The Intimate Relationship Between Women and Alcohol.


Getting involved as a Queen’s alumni volunteer will be a little easier, thanks to a new online resource coming in April.


Q&A with Karlyn Roberts, Artsci'82, the Manager, Western Regional Office, Queen's Office of Advancement.


Alex Davidson and his sons Chuck and Ron returned to Queen's for Homecoming 2013.

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