One of Queen's oldest organizations, Queen's Players puts on three sketch comedy/musical shows a year to raise money for local causes in Kingston. This show normally takes place in The Mansion and is a ~2.5 hour show that involves a cast, production team, band, board, and our audience. This show has three major components: singing, […]
During Autism Acceptance Week from March 27-April 2, we aim to promote awareness and acceptance of autism on Queen's campus by having a booth at the ARC to educate students and community members. Students will be able to answer trivia questions and participate in a whiteboard campaign. After answering a trivia questions, students will be […]
Through its student-led advisory services, QPCG acts as one of the primary touch-points between the Queen’s community and many of North America’s leading venture capital shops, pension funds, and private equity firms. Principal clients of QPCG have a combined AUM of ~$210Bn CAD, including Onex Partners, CPP Investments, Altas Partners, OMERS Ventures, R13 Capital, and […]
Our club's conference will include speakers, student vendors, and interactive activities for student participants. It is free for students to participate and will inform students on important subjects in the fashion industry, particularly consumerism, sustainability, and more.
The purpose of this event is to allow students to have a break from studying and get active and do some physical activity.We plan on playing various sports like dodgeball and basketball, and allowing students to de-stress.
The Politics, Philosophy, and Economics student council is holding an end of year celebration for students in all three years of PPE. We hope this event will become an annual celebration to bring PPE students together and celebrate the academic accomplishments and student leadership. We are also inviting a few of our professors and alumni […]
Each year there is a formal at the end of the winter semester for all students in computing.
The event is open to all members of the Queen's and Kingston communities, specifically targeting students, faculty, and staff members. Attendance at the event requires attendance in advance, through the Canadian Cancer Society's portal at (https://relayforlife.ca/queensu). Upon arrival at the event, there will be a formal registration process that includes verifying the participant's identity and […]