EngSoc

EngSoc stands against proposed fall reading break

The Queen’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) took an official stance against the proposed fall reading week on Wednesday in a statement released on their Facebook page.

According to their...Continue...

Grease Pole thieves send Festivus email to students

Queen’s engineering students received a taunting mass email from U of T’s Brute Force Committee (BFC) early this week.

As previously reported, the Grease Pole was stolen by BFC less than...Continue...

U of T’s “Brute Force Committee” releases ransom demands for grease pole

The Brute Force Committee (BFC) released a set of ransom demands on their website detailing what they hope to receive from the Queen’s Engineering Society in return for the beloved grease pole.Continue...

U of T's "Brute Force Committee" releases photos with EngSoc's grease pole

It's been a week since EngSoc's grease pole was stolen and the thieves — U of T's "Brute Force Committee" — say they've been enjoying the attention.Continue...

Queen’s EngSoc grease pole stolen after Sci ’19 completes their climb

For the second time in 15 years, Queen’s Engineering Society’s grease pole was stolen from them by a group known as the “Brute Force Committee” (BFC) — a group of engineering students from the...Continue...

More than half of engineering students vote in historic election turnout

The Engineering Society’s (EngSoc) “Five-Oh and Go Vote” campaign led to the faculty’s highest voter turnout in several years.Continue...

EngSoc VP Ops candidates look to improve services

Andrew Crawford and Erin Murphy are hoping to have a chance to oversee six services, three director positions and the budget and strategic planning process of Orientation Week and Sci Formal, as the Engineering Society’s (EngSoc) Vice-President of Operations.Continue...

EngSoc VPSA candidates aim to promote camaraderie

Jerry Haron and Alex Wood are the two candidates running for the position of Vice-President of Student Affairs (VPSA) for the Engineering Society (EngSoc).Continue...

EngSoc presidential hopefuls debate tradition

Three candidates debated engineering traditions and the possibility of incorporating the society at yesterday’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) presidential debate.Continue...

Three third-years vie for EngSoc presidency

Logan Bell, Julie Tseng and Kristy Tu are all running for President of the Engineering Society, with a shared goal of re-evaluating past work.Continue...

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