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Hockey at Queen’s started with rough sticks on frozen Lake Ontario, but under Coach Jock Harty, the team rocketed to the national championship.

Learn more about Jock Harty and the arena named in his honour. #queensu175

Jock Harty Arena

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02/16/2017 at 16:13. Facebook
James Fraser, professor of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy at Queen’s is the recipient of a prestigious 3M National Teaching Fellowship from The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE)

At the top of the class

Do our actions speak louder than our words? Sometimes, the way we move can be more revealing than the things we say. A new CBC documentary examining body language – the most widely used language of all – will feature Queen’s researcher Niko Troje and his Biomotion Lab.

Watch the world premiere of Body Language Decoded on CBC Docs The Nature of Things with David Suzuki, on Thursday, February...
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Kingston and Queen’s opened the first observatory in Ontario. In 1855, a group led by Queen’s professor James Williamson petitioned the city for funds to build an observatory so that academics and amateurs could search for stars together.

More than 160 years later, the practice continues. Join fellow stargazers and explore the cosmos alongside Queen’s physicists at the next Observatory open...
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The Observatory

Devotion to the theatre stretches back to Queen’s early years. As early as the 1850s, students created a debate club to practice their argumentation, an elocution society to sharpen their tongues and a glee club for entertainment. The completion of the Theological College building in 1879 gave Queen’s a stage in Convocation Hall and the Queen's Dramatic Guild was formed in 1899.

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Drama at Queen’s

Stunning snowy capture of #queensu on a winter day. Thanks to Salman Haider (salmanhr on Instagram) ❄

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Congratulations to the RMC Paladins on your well earned #CarrHarrisCup vs Queen's Gaels​

Another great chapter in this 131-year rivalry!

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Canadians love to debate who invented hockey. While the game’s invention is contested, Kingston is the undisputed home of the longest rivalry: the annual contest between Queen’s and the Royal Military College.

On March 10, 1886, a group of Queen’s students challenged RMC to a formal game on Kingston’s frozen harbour. The matchup continues tonight at 7:30 pm at the Rogers K-Rock Centre!
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Carr-Harris Cup

Congrats to Jenn Li, Brian MacKay and Palmer Lockridge (Team JPB) on their election as the 2017-2018 AMS Executive! Did you know that in 1941 Dorothy Wardle was elected as the first female president of the AMS?

Ms. Wardle’s win began a slow change. It was a decade before the next female student was voted Alma Mater Society of Queen's University - AMS president, but as the century progressed,...
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First female AMS President

The largest ever #queensu Chinese New Year Formal took place this past Saturday bringing friends together in celebration of a new and prosperous year.

The event was made possible by QHKSA - Queen's Hong Kong Students' Association, The Great Panda Society - GPS, QTW - Queen's Taiwanese Student Association, QCSA - Queen's Chinese Students' Association and KCCF: Kingston Chinese Christian...
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Terrific capture of Ontario Hall yesterday evening as students walked to classes by Qiyuan Cai, Sci’19
Check your #queensu email Monday & Tuesday (Jan 30 & 31) and VOTE in the Alma Mater Society of Queen's University - AMS election and determine your next Undergraduate Trustee & AMS Executive.

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#BellLetsTalk Day is here! Dr. Heather Stuart, the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair, has developed five simple ways you can help end stigma around mental health. Visit the information booth in the Queen’s Centre to show your support for mental health and enjoy refreshments.

Bell Let’s Talk Day is here!

Queen’s and Bell announced today a $1 million gift to renew the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair.

Heather Stuart will continue her advocacy work alongside Bell Canada, which has led to greater awareness and the development of best practices in stigma reduction.


Keeping up the fight against mental illness stigma

Calling all #queensu student photographers who love travel, new places and different cultures!

Submit your best photos from abroad, or your time in Canada for the Queen's University International Centre (QUIC) photo contest.

International Photo Contest

We love this perspective of the North Reading Room or 1966 Reading Room in Douglas Library

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Dragons' Den's special episode ‘DNA of a Dragon’ airs tonight at 8 pm and includes Michele Romanow's (Sc’07, MBA’08) return to #queensu last year.

Be sure to tune in or watch it later on the CBC website to see how tricolour is part of her DNA.


Dragons' Den comes to Queen's for tonight's episode

Thanks to a generous 10-year, USD$24.2-million grant from The MasterCard Foundation, #queensu has begun a partnership with the University of Gondar (UOG) to advance inclusive education for young people with disabilities in Ethiopia and Africa.

“We are delighted to work on this tremendous, multi-faceted project with the University of Gondar and The MasterCard Foundation,” says Daniel Woolf,...
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Creating new pathways for inclusive education

It was our 175th birthday last October - read all about the royal charter that ushered Queen’s College - later Queen’s University - into existence!


The Queen's royal charter