Spotlight Stories

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

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Building Hope

Junior Reham Garash ’14, went above and beyond her daily internship tasks at a small hospital in Sri Lanka.  Read More

Experiencing the Election

Students learn about political polling by doing it themselves. Read More

A head start in the art world

How a couple of inspiring professors, a great internship and a study tour at Oxford helped steer Hannah Caddell ’13 toward a career in art history.  Read More

Living laboratory in the works

Crews piece together the plants that make up the Crowder Green Wall of the new Rogers Building. Read More

Finding Conventional Wisdom at the RNC

John Cappello '13 engages with the democratic process and gets himself a "suite seat" for Mitt Romney's acceptance speech in Tampa. Read More

The Politics of Protest

Students in Assistant Professor Maggie Commins’ innovative seminar course will interview protestors at the Democratic National Convention. Read More

Past Present

Retiring history professors Charlie Reed and Bill Thompson share their thoughts on history, both personal and professional Read More

Spotlight on Dr. Rebecca Engen

Engen directs the music therapy programs at Queens.  Read More

Three first-year students launch a book blog, attract attention from publishers

Minna Pritchard, Jalee Garrison and Ashley Greiwe found a mutual love for YA novels. Read More

Students learn the power of forgiveness

"Psychology of Forgiveness" class members say they learned about the power of letting go. Read More

Department of History hosts regional conferences

More than 20 scholars from colleges and universities across the Carolinas and Tennessee shared their research at the events. Read More

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