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Dan Aykroyd’s Yogi Bear Movie Trailer Released

Warner Brothers has issued the first trailer for its upcoming Yogi Bear 3D feature film starring Kingston area resident Dan Aykroyd and Queen’s University alumn Tom Cavanagh. In the movie, Aykroyd  takes on the title role as the voice of Yogi Bear with Cavanagh playing Ranger Smith beside the computer generated bears. According to a… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Submits Five Key Capital Project Proposals

Kingston, Ontario — In response to a recent request by the Ontario Government, Queen’s has submitted proposals for five key capital projects that would further the university’s academic mission to maintain excellence in teaching and research. The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities’ (MTCU) has called for proposals from postsecondary institutions through its Major Capital… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Students Win Silver in Safe Design Competition

A team of chemical engineering undergrads recently won silver in a Canada-wide safe design competition. Jeremy Langburt, Wilson McKinnon, Kevin Smiley and Jesse Williams-Kovacs received $1,500 for their detailed analysis of process hazards and risk mitigation measures associated with the design of a bio diesel production facility. “Winning the second-place award and $1,500, although secondary… Keep Reading

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Kingston Humanitarian Returns to Haiti

Kingston’s Tammy Babcock has returned again to the Cité Soleil slums of Port-au-Prince in Haiti, where she has been providing medical and other humanitarian aid since before the devastating earthquake in January. In a message sent to Facebook supporters, she described arriving in the country at an airport crowded with luggage carts pushed by hot… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Reunion to Celebrate 100 Years of Women’s Basketball

Queen’s Women’s Basketball celebrates 100 years this fall. Past players,referees, coaches and fans are all invited back to campus September 18-19 for the centenary reunion. The event includes an exhibition game against McGill, an “alumni vs. alumni” game, and a banquet dinner. Here’s a look back at the team’s beginnings.The December 1, 1910 issue of… Keep Reading

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Queen’s University Seeking Hosts for Arriving International Students

For two decades, the Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) has been running a volunteer host program that makes the transition a little easier for many international students. The Centre is again seeking volunteer hosts for these students when they arrive in Kingston this fall. “It’s quite an important moment, arriving to Kingston and on campus,”… Keep Reading

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Kingston August Civic Holiday Closures and Transit Services

Municipal Offices Closed, Transit To Run On Sunday Service The civic holiday, Aug. 2, will create some schedule changes to municipal services: Administrative Offices: All administrative offices, including social services, provincial offences and Utilities Kingston are closed. In the event of a utility emergency, such as a gas smell or a water main break, call… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Imaging and Technical Services Acquires Research Microscope

Jeff Mewburn can’t hide his excitement when he introduces Imaging and Technical Services’ newest piece of equipment. “The WaveFX spinning disk confocal microscope is probably the most versatile microscope platform designed for research,” says Mr. Mewburn, Queen’s Cancer Research Institute imaging specialist. “It’s quite an incredible instrument.” Imaging and Technical Services, located within the Queen’s… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Academic Writing Team Gathers Feedback for University’s Future

More than 60 faculty, staff and students offered their input on the future directions of Queen’s at a town hall meeting July 12. The academic writing team, which is gathering feedback and identifying themes as part of the academic planning process, listened to comments on a variety of issues including teaching, interdisciplinarity, virtualization and finances.… Keep Reading

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Don Cherry Fan Gets His Job Back

An Oshawa teenager, who lost his job at Oshawa’s General Motors Centre over a year ago, now has his summer job back with Rogers TV. Eighteen year old Billy Steele is once again working as a volunteer cameraman at the Centre, following his settlement with the arena’s operator which was arbitrated by the Ontario Human… Keep Reading

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