ComSoc

Campaign misses the mark

While the recent mental health campaign Queen's Wears Green is well-intentioned, it fails to address the negative stigma that often isolates those with mental illness.Continue...

Campaign for awareness

Proceeds from Queen's Wears Green will go towards the Jack Project and the Canadian Mental Health Association.Continue...

Queen’s Commerce club suspended after serious incident

Queen’s Finance Association (QFA) activities were suspended on Nov. 3 following a serious incident of non-academic misconduct.Continue...

Funding sought by ComSoc clubs exceeds projected available funds

Commerce students are eager to return to in-person events after two years of coffee-less coffee chats, Zoom conferences, and LinkedIn friendships.Continue...

AMS Assembly reports missing key members

Certain faculty societies did not submit monthly reports to AMS Assembly last year outlining the work their executive leadership undertook.Continue...

Team RMK elected next ComSoc executive

With 93 per cent of the vote of confidence, Tara Rezvan, Amanda Morwick, and Ethan Kibel—all Comm ‘22—announced their election as Commerce Society (ComSoc) executive.Continue...

‘Community, Authenticity, Advocacy, and Celebration’: ComSoc candidates talk change in faculty

Election season continues as the Commerce Society (ComSoc) prepares to elect a new executive.Continue...

Team RTZ voted next AMS executive

As voting closed Wednesday, an 18.2 per cent turnout rate elected next year’s student leaders.Continue...

ComSoc open forum facilitates discussion in contested election

At Saturday’s open forum, Team AGB and Team BPN, the two teams running to be the next Executive of the Smith Commerce Society (ComSoc), discussed the need to increase advocacy, transparency, and accessibility in Commerce.Continue...

In contested ComSoc election, Team AGB pledges fight for accessibility, inclusivity, and accountability

As one of two teams running for next year’s Smith Commerce Society (ComSoc) executive, Team AGB is emphasizing the need to understand the problems within Commerce, act decisively, and be advocates.Continue...

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