We’ve got a plethora of societies at King’s! This list will be updated as societies ratify. If you want more information on a certain society, send an email over to your Student Life VP, Michael Greenlaw, at email@example.com. And now in alphabetic order, your 2018-2019 Societies:
Best Buddies believe that friendship is important in the development of all people with intellectual disabilities, and that friendship is a medium through which they can become members of the community. As a club we come together t celebrate these friendships and explore the community together.
Early Modern Studies Society
The Early Modern Studies Society is designed to foster and provide an academic and social environment for students interested in the Early Modern period. It also seeks to plan and put on for students of UKC and Dal, as well as the general public, social events, lecture series, and the Conference of the Early Modern. The EMSS will also publish the academic publication Babel at the end of the academic year (or the beginning).
The Haliburton Society
The Haliburton Society, founded by the University of King’s College in 1884, is the oldest extant English campus literary society in the British Commonwealth. Since its inception, the Haliburton Society has welcomed literary enthusiasts to celebrate great works of poets and prose through readings and discussions lead by students, faculty members, and Canadian authors and poets invited by guests. The Society has become an integral part of King’s culture and community, and is a forum for thoughtful and inquiring minds to come together in appreciation of great literature of all kinds.
History of Science and Technology Society
A society for all those interested in science, technology and society and the interplay between them.
King’s Dance Collective
The King’s Dance Collective provides a safe and creative space, for students f all experiences, for dance and choreography. We provide workshops during the fall semester and put on a showcase in the spring All dancers are experiences-levels welcome!
King’s Jewish Book Club
The King’s Jewish Book Club is a group of students, Jewish and non-Jewish alike, who get together once in a while to talk about books by and about Jews! It’s great.
King’s Political Lesbianism Society (PLS)
King’s Political Lesbianism Society (PLS) is dedicated to the critique and appreciation of sapphic literature, theory, and pop culture, with an emphasis on 70s and early 80s lesbian feminist theory. We will be touching upon this theory whilst also addressing the historical biphobia and transphobia preset in original theory, and making sure the academia is harm reduction-based.
King’s P.R.I.D.E. Society
We are the People Recognizing Individual Diversity and Equality (or P.R.I.D.E.)
King’s Theatrical Society
The King’s Theatrical Society (KTS) is a student-run theatrical organization. Each year, based on what is pitched by students, the KTS put up commercial plays, musicals, original student written works and experimental pieces.
This society is for any one ho speaks french and wants to practice their conversation skills or for beginners who want to immerse themselves in the french language.
Students Advocating for Representative Curricula
SNARC is a student society dedicated to promoting under-represented texts, ideas, and figures at the university of King’s College. SNARC advocates for diversity across the programs at the university as well as within the faculty. Each year, SNARC throws SNARCon, a two-day student conference dedicated to the study of marginalized thinkers. We also publish our journal, Canon, each year. To get involved with SNARC, visit us on Facebook or send us an email.
Students for Sustainability
Students for sustainability aims to improve environmental impact and awareness at king’s. SFS aims to improve and implement sustainable practices on the King’s campus, as well as reach out to the student body with interactive, sustainability-based events.
The King;s Spanish Society meets regularly to watch Spanish and Latin American movies, engage with Hispanic cultures and have conversations in Spanish.
Unconscious Collective Vocal Ensemble
We preform a wide variety of a cappella music, on , off, and around dal/King;s campus. Membership is welcome to both students and the community who have a good attitude and a love of singing.
Vaudeville Fashion and Design Show
An inclusive and body positive student run fashion show showcasing student designer and benefiting a local charity.
Do you like writing? Do you like being creative? do you want to meet and chat with other people who also like those things? Well welcome to wordsmiths! Come chat, share, and learn with is and look out for out yearly publication.