Spotlight Stories

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

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Senior Walter Broadhurst speaks about Iraq deployment

Broadhurst enlisted in The Reserves of The U.S. Marine Corps after high school and is attending Queens on the G.I. Bill. Read More


Senior Alexander Diaz takes on Journey of Hope

Diaz is the latest in a series of Pi Kappa Phi brothers to commit to cycling across the country for Push America. Read More


Counting their blessings

Queens students share what they are most thankful for this holiday season. Read More


Saying farewell to the Greek Lodges

Queens looks forward to the new traditions to be made in the new Greek Village. Read More


Drayco, Brio and Tucker are campus heroes

The mixed breed dogs comfort visitors to the Student Health & Wellness Center. Read More


Chief and Captain: Queens’ Dynamic Duo

Together, they make a stunning pair, working day and night to protect Queens campuses and surrounding areas. Read More


Queens marks the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 terror attacks

Service of remembrance and hope featured unveiling of new peace pole on campus. Read More


Andrew Fuentes says juggling classwork with extracurricular activities and travel is a joy.

The junior from Florida is a dual language major and holds leadership roles with his fraternity and other campus organizations. Read More


Diana, queen of the inanimate Twitterverse

The campus icon finds her voice through social media Read More


Eat better, feel better

Find out what’s fresh at the new Queens Farmers Market on Tuesdays, sponsored by the Blair College of Health. Read More


Coffee House offers space to socialize… and study

Horacio Castillo just finished two classes at Queens. He's now a teacher at nearby Myers Park Traditional Elementary School, but something keeps pulling him back to the Queens campus. The Coffee House. Read More

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