Dozens of students, faculty and staff at Queens volunteer thousands of hours annually at Sedgefield Elementary School, as part of a strategic partnership designed to strengthen academic performance. One of those students is sophomore Jalen Jamison.
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They get to play with black lights. Their mission is spreading through Charlotte. Their motto is “Don’t get sick, wash up quick”. Meet the Scrubby Bears! The Scrubby Bear program, an initiative introduced by the Red Cross, was discovered by two Queens University nursing students looking to fulfill an academic requirement. What began as a […]
The Make-A-Wish Foundation has been Chi Omega’s official philanthropy since 2002. Philanthropy is one of the sororities founding purposes and the Queens Theta Gamma chapter is living up to those expectations. Last year they raised over $6,000 to grant a wish to a young girl named Samantha who dreamed of going to Disney World to […]
“You can paint a picture and talk about what good may look like, but there is nothing comparable to seeing and feeling what good looks like,” said Jeffrey Dugdale, head swim coach. This past Friday, there was too much “good” to go around. Queens hosted a Royal’s Invite meet against Auburn University. Not […]
Owner: William Sparks Associate Dean Graduate Programs and External Relations Dog: Thor Thor was a rescue puppy that was abused. Sparks said he rescued him about a year ago and that “He was found during a sleet storm last winter in Raleigh, NC. Thor’s breed is a combination of Samoyed and Alaskan Malamute.” Dr. Sparks […]