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McGill Engineering Design Teams 2016-17

By Fariha Hassan   McGill Engineering has always had a great reputation when it comes to learning all the theoretical aspects of engineering. However, engineering is not meant to be only learned in the classroom behind a desk. Aside from laboratory components in some of our courses, you might be wondering where you could get

EUS Executive Profiles 2016-17

By Fariha Hassan Welcome (back) everyone! It’s the start of a new academic year at the Faculty of Engineering, and everyone can feel the hustle and bustle in the McConnell Engineering building: EUS Mall is back in business, some of the most exciting events of the year are rolling in and our tutoring services are

Summertime ’15

By the time September begins, a few important things will have occurred in the life of the McGill engineer. The football team will have proven once again that inventing something doesn’t mean you’re good at it (actually for the first time in 15 years, McGill won their season opener). For better or worse, Frosh will

Robert Forestell Elected EUS President

After a month of nominations, campaigning, debating, and voting, the elected executives of the Engineering Undergraduate Society of McGill University (EUS) for the 2014-15 academic year have been announced. Current VP Academic of the McGill Association of Mechanical Engineers (MAME) Robert Forestell has been elected as the successor to Carlos Marin as President of the

EUS President Resigns

The Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) no longer has a President. Zac Moreland, who was elected in March and had been serving since May 1, presented his resignation to the EUS Council during the first session of the year on October 7, citing personal reasons. As is stipulated in Article 20.2 of the EUS Constitution, the

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