Tag: Queen’s University

Queen’s University Alumni Nominated for Indy Music Award

Queen’s University Alumni Nominated for Indy Music Award

| 2014/04/17

Splash’N Boots nominated for Children’s Group of the Year

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Stephen Harper’s Son Chooses Queen’s University

Stephen Harper’s Son Chooses Queen’s University

| 2014/04/10

Ben Harper will study Commerce as part of Class of 2018

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Eric Idle Tweets with Queen’s University “Spamalot” Director

Eric Idle Tweets with Queen’s University “Spamalot” Director

| 2014/04/04

Student has Twitter exchange with Monty Python member who authored Broadway play

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Queen’s University Students Continue April Fools Day Tradition

Queen’s University Students Continue April Fools Day Tradition

| 2014/04/02

Prank pages posted by the AMS, ASUS, and Agnes Etherington Art Centre

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University District Signs to Be Unveiled on April 4

University District Signs to Be Unveiled on April 4

| 2014/03/31

This Friday, April 4 the Queen’s University Alma Mater Society and City of Kingston will be unveiling the first of 112 new University District street signs. It will be installed at the corner of University and Earl streets at 1:30 pm. The new University District signs will be replacing current signs at 56 intersections in [...]

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Queen’s University Grad on Flight MH370, Principal Offers Condolences

Queen’s University Grad on Flight MH370, Principal Offers Condolences

| 2014/03/26

The Queen’s University News Centre released a statement from Principal Daniel Woolf today in which he expresses condolences to the families and friends of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. Principal Woolf paid special tribute to two Queen’s University graduates affected by the tragedy. The full statement reads as follows: Many of us have been captivated by [...]

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Inaugural Queen’s Quidditch Cup Launches Saturday

Inaugural Queen’s Quidditch Cup Launches Saturday

| 2014/03/20

Event coincides with release of JK Rowling’s “History Of The Quidditch World Cup”

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Queen’s Launches Canada’s First Graduate Diploma in Risk Policy and Regulation

Queen’s Launches Canada’s First Graduate Diploma in Risk Policy and Regulation

| 2014/03/13

Queen’s University’s Economics Department, in partnership with the Global Risk Institute in Financial Services (GRI), has announced the creation of Canada’s first Graduate Diploma in Risk Policy and Regulation. Beginning September 2014, the four-month diploma – designed for graduate students in economics and related disciplines – integrates ‘formal risk management models, informal traditional and emerging [...]

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“Rock Snot” in Rivers & Lakes May be Linked to Global Warming

“Rock Snot” in Rivers & Lakes May be Linked to Global Warming

| 2014/02/26

Research debunks ‘human-transfer’ theory

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Queen’s Hosting Conference on Aboriginal Physical Activity

Queen’s Hosting Conference on Aboriginal Physical Activity

| 2014/02/20

This week, Queen’s University is hosting a national discussion about promoting physical activity in Aboriginal communities. It is Canada’s largest conference on physical activity for First Nations, Métis and Inuit people and created for everyone with an interest in sports, recreation, fitness, and traditional activities. “There will be people at the National Aboriginal Physical Activity (NAPA) conference [...]

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