April 22nd, 2020
The Minecraft Building Competition was a huge success with many entries ranging from styled medieval sacrifice tributes to large dragons burning downtowns. Though not everyone won prizes, every entry was incredible and intricate!
April 21st, 2020
The Skribbl.io games night sprung up tons of abstract and creative referenced drawings as the students faced each other in this online Pictionary based game. The turnout was fantastic and everyone was able to get to know so much about the others. (Some would say that we learned who passed grade 5 English and who didn't lol!).
April 4th, 2020
Thanks to everyone who came out to our first virtual event - Minecraft mini-games! We had over 30 people come play and 5 people finished with Amazon gift card prizes.
March 27th, 2020
After two busy elections, we finally have our 2020-2021 Computer Science Society board:
Congrats to the elected!
March 10th, 2020
The second round of nominations for the Computer Science Society 2020-2021 board is now open to all students. This round includes our regular (non-executive) positions.
The deadline for nomination ends on Wednesday, March 18th at 11:59pm. A campaigning period will start after, followed by the election on March 26th. To run for a position you must fill out the Nomination Form. See more about our society and elections on the About page.
The Developer position is not elected. You must submit the form and the current executives will judge (and possibly interview) from there. The position is hand-picked. Experience with Ruby and Ruby on Rails is preferred.