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Sed Ministrarae

Named after the Queens moto, "Non Ministrari Sed Ministrarae," this annual tradition is the first academic ceremony for incoming first-year and transfer...

Welcome Back Movie Night

Meet new friends and learn more about the Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) student group.

Free Duck Donuts

Come say hi and get a free donut on the way to your first class.

Back to School Lawn Bash

Join us on the lawn outside of the Levine Center as we enjoy free Kona Ice, lawn games, music and fellowship with current classmates.

Video Game Night

Come out and challenge new friends at your favorite video games.

Campus Prayer Group

Join Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) leader Josh Grimm for a time of prayer for issues facing us in our world, campus and personal lives.

Reformed University Fellowship Open House

Join us for dinner in the Residential Quad and fellowship with Reformed University Fellowship (RUF).

Queens Staff Appreciation Event

Come make cards and gift bags for landscaping and custodial staff. They do so much for us and this is an opportunity to give back.

Time Management Discussion

Join us for a discussion with professional life coach Alexandra Kaval and gain tips for improving time management.

Novelist Mesha Maren

Visiting writer Mesha Maren ’14, a graduate of the Queens MFA Program, returns to Queens to discuss her recently published book as part of the English and...

Faculty Art Exhibition

The faculty from the Art, Design and Music Department celebrate visual arts with paintings, prints, ceramics, photographs, interiors and digital media in...

World Languages’ Film Series: "Everybody Knows"

"Everybody Knows" is a 2018 Spanish-language psychological thriller film involving a criminal mystery. Written and directed by Iranian filmmaker Asghar...

Art Exhibition: "The Faces of Colombia - The Invisible Communities"

Presenting works by award-winning and published-artist Donna Slade, the paintings created for this exhibition show the faces, communities and children of...

Lecture: "The Faces of Colombia - The Invisible Communities"

Through the inspired lens of North Carolina artist, Donna Slade's "The Faces of Colombia - The Invisible Communities" art exhibition, Chelsey Dyer, a...

BB&T Leaders in Action Lecture: Carol Lovin, Atrium Health

Join Carol Lovin, executive vice president, chief integration officer and system chief of staff for Atrium Health for this BB&T Leaders in Action Lecture. As...

An Evening with Arts Faculty: Exhibition, Performances and Readings

The faculty from the departments of Art, Design and Music and English and Creative Writing present their annual arts faculty celebration featuring visual...

World Languages’ Film Series: "The Secret in their Eyes"

"The Secret in Their Eyes" is a 2009 crime drama film directed by Juan José Campanella, based on the novel La pregunta de sus ojos ("The Question in Their...

World Languages’ Film Series: "The Kite Runner"

"The Kite Runner" is a 2007 American drama film directed by Marc Forster and based on the 2003 novel of the same name by Khaled Hosseini. It tells the story...

Knight School of Communication Alumni Networking Event

Increase your contacts and visibility and learn how your communication knowledge and skills translate in the professional world while sharing your knowledge...

Family Weekend 2019

The Student Life Office welcomes our Royals family back to campus for a weekend of excitement. Engage with the Queens community by attending athletic events,...

World Languages’ Film Series: "Babbette's Feast"

"Babbette’s Feast" is a 1987 Danish drama film directed by Gabriel Axel. The elderly and pious Protestant sisters Martine and Philippa live in a small...

World Languages’ Film Series: "A Fantastic Woman"

"A Fantastic Woman" is a 2017 Chilean drama film directed by Sebastián Lelio. Marina is a transgender woman living in Santiago, Chile, who works as a singer...

Immigration Discussion

A discussion on immigration led by Dr. Shishko.

Preyer Lecture with Dr. Willie J. Griffin: "Progress Under Pressure: Fighting Jim Crow in the Queen City"

Dr. Willie J. Griffin, staff historian at the Levine Museum of the New South, will deliver the fall 2019 Preyer Lecture. Dr. Griffin is a civil rights...

Fall Local Author Series

The Friends of the Library hosts a local author for an informal conversation at Park Road Books.

McColl School Leadership Challenge at Wildacres

Weekend includes a debate between Dr. Will Sparks, Dennis Thompson Chair and Professor of Leadership, and Dr. Norris Frederick, James A. Jones Professor of...

Camp Rex: Leadership Retreat

Camp Rex is an off-campus, overnight adventure for first-year students to explore your leadership potential while meeting new friends and participating in...

Bechtler Ensemble

The Bechtler Ensemble performs, featuring guitarist and Queens professor Bob Teixeira, violinist Lenora Leggatt, and cellist Tanja Bechtler, founder and...

Concert: Chócala

Chócala is the sonic amalgamation of pan-Latin rhythms, rock and jazz with a touch of tropical psychedelia, resulting in an experimental, yet approachable,...

HR Leadership Summit

A comprehensive educational program for HR professionals, the ninth annual Human Resources (HR) Leadership Summit is for professionals seeking to effectively...

BB&T Leaders in Action Lecture: Stephen De May, N.C. President, Duke Energy

Join Stephen De May, N.C. president of Duke Energy for this BB&T Leaders in Action Lecture. De May is responsible for the financial performance of Duke...

Arte Latino Now

Arte Latino Now exhibits the works of Latino artists selected by national competition. The show highlights the diverse cultural and artistic contributions of...

Dr. Ronald L. Jackson II: "The Dangerous Public Fantasies of Post-Racialism and the Black Bogeyman"

Whether it is through the perspective of Colin Kapernick or Donald Trump, the broader U.S. public continues to be reminded and assured that we are anything...

Criminal Justice Education Series: "Mass Incarceration and Life After Reentry"

A screening of the documentary film "Life after Life," directed by Tamara Perkins, followed by a panel discussion. "Life After Life" follows the stories of...

An Evening with Best-Selling Author Ann Patchett

Friends of the Library and Park Road Books present An evening with Ann Patchett, the New York Times bestselling-author of "Commonwealth" and "State of...

Opening Reception: Arte Latino Now - An Exhibition of Latino Artists

Arte Latino Now exhibits the works of Latino artists selected by national competition. The show highlights the diverse cultural and artistic contributions of...

Criminal Justice Education Series: "The Justice System"

Staged reading of original play "Death of Justice," by Rev. Dr. Willie J. Keaton Jr., Greenspon Center justice organizer and pastor of Mount Olive...

Anxiety and Depression Discussion

A discussion on anxiety and depression led by Mara Teal, a therapist with Southeastern Psych.

Fall Choral Concert

The Chamber Singers and Chorale, two student ensembles, perform works by major composers from the Renaissance through the Contemporary periods of choral...

Queens Theatre Presents "The Taming" by Lauren Gunderson

What happens when a Miss America pageant contestant, an ultra-conservative senator's aide and a bleeding-heart liberal blogger converage in a hotel room?...

Criminal Justice Education Series: "Reentering the Community"

A presentation and discussion of the challenges and legal barriers of reentry from jail and/or prison with a panel of leaders in law enforcement including...