Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

DEPARTMENT OF

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

DEPARTMENT OF

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

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Students Clubs

With approximately 450 student clubs to choose from, you can easily enhance what you learn in the classroom and give you the chance to embrace your passions. More than 100 cultural and ethnic student clubs and organizations foster diversity and cultural engagement on campus. Below are AMS (Alma Mater Society) clubs that may be of interests for students of Hebrew:

Name Description
Chabad Club Our mission is to reach out to every Jewish young adult and offer them a way to connect to their Jewish roots within a warm, welcoming, and stimulating environment. Our programs and services aim to challenge the mind, warm the heart, and touch the soul of each student who passes through our doors. Young adult life can be fraught with challenges, especially the challenge of peer pressure
Queen's Hillel

Queen’s Hillel is the centre for Jewish life on campus. Queen’s Hillel acts as a resource for all Jewish students seeking a connection to their cultural identity and a Jewish community. Queen’s Hillel allows its member to relate to their Judaism on a social, cultural and religious level. The club represents Jewish concerns on campus and international issues and strives to promote one of the pillars of our Canadian society, multiculturalism. Hillel seeks to represent the richness and diversity of Jewish culture and through education try and fight ignorance and anti-Semitism

Israel on Campus (IoC) Israel on Campus aspires to provide a voice for the Jewish state at Queen's. The club brings to light Israel's achievements and contributions to the global community, as well as her historical commitment to peace. IOC strives to bring to the forefront the shared values that bind Israelis and Canadians together, and promote lasting peace between Israel and its neighbours.
World Languages Club The World Languages Club hosts cultural and discussion events that bring together students of a common linguistic background and/or interest, regardless of concentration. The majority of our events are nights dedicated to one language (determined by popular demand) with a cultural theme (for example, Oktoberfest for German; Lunar New Year for Chinese).