CSES rethinks image

 

After a controversial semester, the Carleton Student Engineering Society (CSES) is making efforts to change its image, a problem shared by engineers across the country.
 
“A lot of people have impressions of engineers that we’re rude and arrogant,” said Nicole MacDonald, incoming CSES president and fourth-year environmental engineering student.
 
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Miller chooses GSA over CUSA

 

When Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) elections were held from March 24-25, Austin Miller won the position of vice-president (external) with 87 per cent of the vote – making him the winner of two elected seats on two different campus student associations.   Austin Miller also won a seat on the Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) council as a faculty representative for public affairs.
 
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