EngSoc

EngSoc extends nomination period for faculty election

On Jan. 20, the Engineering Society (EngSoc) announced their decision to extend the nomination period for their faculty election. The original nomination period ended on Jan. 19, with campaigning week scheduled to take place Jan. 24 to 31 and elections scheduled to conclude by Feb. 3.Continue...

EngSoc candidates debate key issues for upcoming year

Students running for the coveted positions of President and Vice-President of Student Affairs (VPSA) in the Engineering Society (EngSoc) competed in a virtual debate Thursday night, held over Zoom.Continue...

EngSoc Presidential election: Christina Bisol runs uncontested

Christina Bisol, Sci ’22, is running uncontested to be the next Engineering Society (EngSoc) President.Continue...

Four EngSoc candidates compete for vice-president of student affairs

In the most contested Society election this year, candidates Kaija Edwards, Brian Seo, Sylvie Asija, and Rein Tiisler discussed their platforms for Engineering Society Vice-President of Student Affairs (VPSA) with The Journal. Continue...

EngSoc hopefuls debate rebuilding process after COVID-19

Candidates for the Engineering Society’s (EngSoc) Vice-President (Operations) and Junior Senator positions went head-to-head in a debate hosted Tuesday night on Zoom. Continue...

Two candidates compete for EngSoc junior senator

Two candidates are competing for the position of Junior Senator in the Engineering Society (EngSoc) for the 2020-21 year.Continue...

Race heats up for EngSoc’s VP Operations

Both Salma Ibrahim, Sci ’22, and Benjamin Frosst, Sci ’22, have entered the EngSoc election for Vice-President (Operations) with extensive experience in the Society’s financial operations.Continue...

The Tea Room closes for remainder of the year

After reopening in September, the Tea Room has shut its doors for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.Continue...

Queen’s to install free menstrual product dispensers next week

After COVID-19 related delays, the University shared it will be installing dispensers for free menstrual products on Sept. 28.Continue...

‘Erased by FEAS’ captures systemic discrimination in the Faculty of Engineering

Throughout July, students and alumni have taken to ‘Erased by FEAS,’ a student-run Instagram account, to share personal experiences with systemic discrimination, violence, and abuse in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS).Continue...

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