COMPSA

JBP to succeed LWT as AMS Executive

Just after 10:15 p.m. on Tuesday night, a boisterous crowd of blue-clad supporters were interrupted by the sudden arrival of the current AMS Executive: the signal that Team JBP had won.Continue...

Introducing the first tenure-track computing professor in 10 years

As the first tenure-track professor hired into the School of Computing this decade, Farhana Zulkernine’s appointment has been a long time coming.Continue...

School of Computing to hire first tenure-track professor in 10 years

Max Garcia loves the Denver Broncos, and earlier this year he watched them win the highest accolade in the NFL. For him, that kind of joy isn’t easily topped.Continue...

Computer Science is here to stay

Take 10 seconds to look around you. What do you see? I bet your smartphone, tablet or laptop are within arm’s reach.

Magical though they may seem, these products are not the result of the...Continue...

Recap: COMPSA executive candidates’ debate

Mental health, council transparency and student engagement were hot topics at the COMPSA executive debate on Tuesday.Continue...

COMPSA has confidence in new executive

As a second-year Logics test let out at 9:30 p.m., Max Garcia, Mareena Mallory and Zachary Baum embraced in a long hug after learning they were all ratified as the new COMPSA executive.Continue...

All positions uncontested in COMPSA executive race

This year, the races for COMPSA President, Vice-President of University Affairs and Vice-President of Operations are all uncontested.Continue...

Purba wins COMPSA presidency

Sahib Purba, CompSci ’15, was elected as president of the Computing Students’ Association (COMPSA) Wednesday night.Continue...

Computing Science victory

Though she was told it was “in the bag” for her, Computing Students’ Association (COMPSA) president-elect Elizabeth Lappin was surprised by her win.Continue...

Candidate wants focus on resources

The only contender for the president of the Computing Students’ Association (COMPSA) hopes to make the society more visible on campus.Continue...