EngSoc

EngSoc VP candidates face off over improving communication

Yesterday’s wide-ranging Engineering Society (EngSoc) vice-presidential debate focused on long-term planning and improving the society’s communications and marketing.Continue...

New executive for EngSoc

Standing arm-in-arm, the newly elected Engineering Society executives were applauded by a crowd at Clark Hall tonight.Continue...

Fleck comes out on top as next EngSoc president

Emily Fleck found out she was elected as the 2013-2014 next year’s EngSoc President amidst a crowd of cheering supporters and a quick round of celebratory shots with her new executive team.Continue...

'This is our celebration'

A sea of purple descended on the patio surrounding Clark Hall Pub and the Campus Bookstore late this morning as first-year engineering students took part in the annual jacket slamming event.Continue...

Incoming EngSoc executive celebrate at Clark

A packed Clark Hall pub ushered in next year’s Engineering Society executive on Wednesday night.Continue...

AMS Elections

One contender for EngSoc President

For the first time in over 10 years, the presidential candidate for the Engineering Society (EngSoc) is running unopposed.Continue...

Sell-out costs students

Luke Murray, Sci ’12, wanted to bring his girlfriend to Science Formal this Saturday, but said he couldn’t afford to pay triple the marked ticket price after regularly-priced guest tickets were sold out.Continue...

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