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The Booth & Bottle Project: When Engineering Prowess and the Entrepreneurial Spirit Cross Paths

Too often do we get lost in the daily grind – stuck with our heads down, window shoppers in a fast-paced, high-stress environment. As all engineers can attest to, sometimes the hardest part has nothing to do with passing an exam, and a lot to do with seeing the light at the end of the …

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Picking The Mind of Bernardo Brando Albino Galvao de Sousa

One of the best known professors of mathematics for engineering students is Professor Galvao de Sousa. Despite only lecturing for a short time, he already coordinates classes for every discipline, and teaches students from almost every year. Almost every student knows his courses to be particularly challenging, especially with calculus II. It’s not uncommon for …

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The Engineering Athletics Association caps an eventful fall semester

This fall was quite the busy season for the Engineering Athletics Association (EAA), both on and off the field. A number of major competitions involving Skule teams took place throughout the semester and the news is mostly good: In a strong showing as usual, the Skule A men’s rugby team won the intramural finals on …

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How to get a summer research position

Summer research positions are a great way to show concrete evidence of your competence within your undergraduate education, as well as expand your overall learning experience. After speaking to Professor Paul Santerre and Professor Alison McGuigan, I’ve curated their advice to help you be successful in attaining your next research position! The general mechanics of …

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Living On Your Own: An Insight into Student Life at UofT

Have butterflies in your stomach now that you will soon attend Canada’s most prestigious engineering school?  Fear not! Hear from some of UofT’s very own about the transition from high school to university, residence and commuting, the workload, and other invaluable advice. Adjusting to a new environment (like university) isn’t always easy, but some thoughts from …

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