News & Events

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Library Events and Hours for Homecoming
In order to accommodate the ReUnion Street Festival, Stauffer Library will be closing at 11pm on Saturday, October 14th, and will re-open as usual on Sunday at 8 am. All other libraries are open...
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Reminder: Please keep your belongings in sight
Campus Security often reports an increase in personal property thefts on campus this time of year. Laptop computers, cell phones, money, bicycles, and other valuables can be stolen while left...
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Announcing a new Service: SyllabusBank
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new service in partnership with the AMS: SyllabusBank, a collection of previous and current syllabi from the courses offered at Queen’s to help students...
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BISC Information Sessions and Events
For learning that goes beyond the classroom, make the Castle your study abroad experience.  General information sessions: Oct 4, 12, 19, 24 Webinars: Oct 11 & 18 Program-specific information...
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E-resource Trial Underway
Two new Oxford Bibliographies online subject modules – African American Studies and Literary & Critical Theory – are available on a trial basis at Queen’s University until November 2, 2017....
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Jeff Moon appointed as Portage Director
We are pleased to offer our congratulations to Jeff Moon who has been seconded to be the Director of the Portage Network, September 15, 2017 to August 31, 2018. Portage is a national research data...
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E-resource Trial Underway
Met Opera on Demand is available on a trial basis at Queen’s until October 24, 2017.  This is an online streaming service that allows users to watch and listen to more than 600 Metropolitan Opera...
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Creating a LINQ to Learning
Thank you to many members of the Queen’s community who joined us to preview the Watson Hall LINQ earlier this week. We were pleased to see the enthusiasm for this new node in the Queen’s University...
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The Department of English Speakers Series welcomes Dr. Leslie Ritchie
Dr. Leslie Ritchie, Queen’s University, will be speaking on “David Garrick and the Mediation of Celebrity: Scenes from A Book in Progress" in Watson 517 on Tuesday, October 10 from 2:30 to 4:00.  All...