Category: Opinions & Memories
Challenging financial times for Canada’s universities demand innovative responses. Queen’s has adopted a bold new budget model that promises improved efficiencies and greater transparency.
In Memoriam: Robert Buller
When John Matheson died on December 27 in Kingston at age 96, the former soldier, lawyer, judge and politician was saluted across Canada as “father of the Canadian flag” and designer of the order of Canada. By any measure, he was one of this university’s most illustrious grads.
As my time as QUAA President winds down, it’s a time of reflection and thanks for me.
Student delegates went to Queen’s Park in Toronto as part of Media Day organized by the Queen’s Student Alumni Association. The students met journalists and MPPs including Premier Kathleen Wynne (Artsci’78) and Speaker of the House Dave Levac, Ed'77.
Robert J. McNaught was one of four students in the Theological College’s Class of 1944. He shares his memories of Queen’s during the war years, his lessons in inclusive Christianity, and his life as a United Church minister.
Richard Simeon, FRSC, one of Canada’s leading political scientists and a faculty member at Queen’s from 1968 to 1991, died in October