News & Events

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Stauffer Library Capacity
Students interested in coming to Stauffer Library to study have a tool to help them see how busy the university’s largest library is. Through a partnership with the AMS, the library’s homepage...
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New Exhibit Opening November 9
Please join us at W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections on Thursday, November 9 at 2:30 pm for the opening of our new exhibit, Biblia Sacra: The Bible as Book.  On display will be rare and...
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DEGREE Plus
Calling all Queen’s undergraduate students. Want to learn about the many ways that you can add to your degree and enrich your Queen’s experience? Join us on November 14 from 4 - 7 pm on the main...
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Pick Up Your Free Copy of the Library’s Academic Year Calendar
We have copies of the 2017/18 Queen’s University Library Academic Year calendar available at our information desks at each of the libraries across campus. This year’s calendar features Indigenous...
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Annual Queen’s University Archives Lecture
Queen’s University Library invites all members of the Queen's and Kingston communities to a special lecture by Guy Berthiaume, Librarian and Archivist of Canada. Dr. Berthiaume assumed the position...
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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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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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Announcing a New Virtual Exhibit
We are very pleased to announce our latest virtual exhibit “History 400/802: The British Discover their Past.” In the Winter 2017 term, Queen's Principal, Dr. Daniel Woolf taught a combined...