ComSoc

ComSoc releases Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Course of Action

Aiming to be more transparent about its efforts to support marginalized students, the Commerce Society (ComSoc) released an Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Course of Action for the 2020-21 year.Continue...

ComSoc and ResSoc elect next executive

This weekend, substantial majorities elected two societies’ future executives, with one team winning for the second time.Continue...

Team JMT looks to ‘give back to the Commerce Society’

Even though this year’s Commerce Society (ComSoc) executive election sees an experienced team running uncontested, don’t expect Team JMT to rest on their laurels.Continue...

ComSoc celebrates 50 years

The Commerce Society is celebrating its 50 year anniversary this week with activities and giveaways in Goodes Hall and Facebook posts highlighting its historic moments by the decade since 1967.Continue...

Issues on race and cultural appropriation at Queen’s attracts national attention

Early this week, photos from a ‘Beerfest’ party, held last Saturday at a house in the University District appeared on Facebook, subsequently gaining national attention.Continue...

Investigation underway for potential academic integrity breaches

A class of second-year students all received 100 per cent on their midterm exams this October.Continue...

Ending Commerce rankings breeds a better environment

Public judgement doesn’t encourage healthy competition, but negative attitudes.Continue...

Commerce program to terminate ranking system

After taking a hard look at the stress and anticipation experienced by Commerce students each year, the Faculty of Commerce has decided to eliminate the public ranking system that previously pitted peers against each other.Continue...

One year of Smith

This Saturday marks one year since Queen’s School of Business took on its Smith label, after Principal Daniel Woolf announced a $50 million endowment on October 1, 2015 in Goodes Hall.Continue...

Business students forgo on-campus recruitment

As September begins, so does a rush of on-campus recruitment (OCR) for fourth-year Queen’s Commerce students — but some are choosing to forgo the program for independent job searches.Continue...

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