Spotlight Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community.

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Exploring Many Paths

Casey Hastings '01 reflects on how two Guatemala mission trips while at Queens still inspire her career. Read More


Love and Language

Alumna Rebecca Garate starts her family and a career abroad. Read More


A Musical Life

Friends call him the consummate artist, but when Paul Nitsch performs chamber music around the world, audiences hear a man sharing his joy. Read More


Pulitzer Prize Finalist

Professor Morri Creech joins a prestigious group of individuals honored with the award. Read More


An Internship that Transforms

A semester with The Washington Center in Washington, DC proves invaluable for sophomore Rachel Holder. Read More


Art in Life

The Oxford-educated chair of the Art Department inspires students to see art as central to the human experience. Read More


The Call to Teach

Religion professor follows providential path to Queens. Read More


The Kevin Bacon of the Nineteenth Century?

Robert Haywood Morrison Associate Professor of History Suzanne Cooper Guasco takes on antislavery activist Edward Coles in a new biography that traces his connections and influence. Read More


Examining the Mystery

NPR host Krista Tippett calls for crossing the perceived science and religion divide. Read More


Four Hands Are Better Than Two

Students of Dr. Paul Nitsch and the Queens Music Academy take the grand prize in a national piano duet competition. Read More


Queens' Leading Lady

Music major Rachel Kolodski '14 is making a scene in the world of theater. Read More

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