Welcome to the new 2021-2022 CSS Board

May 1, 2021

Here's your 2021 Computer Science Society Board (with contacts):
President: Jeremie Bornais
Vice President: Wahid Bawa
Treasurer: Filip Knezevic
Head of Events: Julia Sabelli
Head of Societal Development: Justin Bornais
Career Advisor: Abdulaziz Khan
Merchandising Coordinator: Laila Albalkhi
Social Media Coordinator: Ali Al-Timimy
Event Organizer: (Vacant)
Co-Head of Technology: Ryan Prairie , Aman Patel
Event Coordinators: Daniela Espinosa-Perdomo, Harnoor Reen, Preet Rajeshbhai Koshiya, Dhruv Bera
Senior Representative: Julia Garant
2nd Year Representative: Ankit Kishorbhai Senjaliya
1st Year Representatives: (TBD Fall 2021)
Secretary: Ben Chittle

CSS 2021-2022 Head Elections Results

March 5th, 2020

The results are in!

Congratulations to our 2021-2022 CSS Council leaders!

President - Jeremie Bornais
Vice President - Wahid Bawa
Treasurer - Filip Knezevic
Head of Events - Julia Sabelli
Head of Societal Development - Justin Bornais
Career Advisor - Abdulaziz Khan

CSS 2021-2022 Election time!

Hey, Everyone!

It's election time! If you don't know who we are, the Computer Science Society is all undergrad students with a CS major, led by a board of elected students. Our aim is to improve your university experience by hosting workshops, social events, and more.

The Computer Science Society is holding elections for executive/head positions for the 2021/2022 school year. Elections for our non-head positions will be held after this election concludes, so you can apply for another position if you don't get elected for one of these :)

We are opening the nomination period starting today and ending Sunday, February 28th at 11:59pm. A campaigning period will commence after that, followed by the vote, which is scheduled for March 3rd-4th. There have been amendments to the responsibilities of roles so make sure to check those out in the constitution. To run for President or Vice President you must have held a previous position in the CSS board at least once. Our constitution has been revised and is viewable on our GitHub ( In order to nominate yourself, fill out this nomination form before the 28th. Good luck to all candidates!


Available roles:
1. President
2. Vice-President
3. Treasurer
4. Head of Societal Development
5. Head of Events
6. Career Advisor

CSS Charity Raffle

Lockdown is hard. With so many businesses closing, many families and children are finding it harder to gain the necessities needed to remain strong during the pandemic. In saying this, the Computer Science Society is hosting a Charity Raffle where donations, matched by CSS, will be sent to a charity or foundation chosen by the first person drawn!

As an incentive, there are additional prizes for the first, second and third person drawn. The first three people drawn can choose one of the three bundles:

Basket 1

- Weighted Blanket
- Steam gift card (25$)
- Mugs with coffee or tea

Basket 2
- Spike ball set
- Steam gift card (25$)
- Mugs with coffee or tea

Basket 3
- Playing cards
- Stress balls
- Steam gift card (25$)
- Crack the Coding Interview Book
- Coffee Mugs with coffee or tea
- LED lights

The final date to enter the raffle will be on February 22nd, 11:59 PM. The first person drawn is able to choose a charity from a list; however, if they wish to choose another one, we just have to get it approved.


Make sure to check out our ongoing Instagram competition found here Take a photo of your computer setup and enter to win!

2020-2021 First year representative

October 30, 2020

Congratulations to our new First Year Reps! Thank you to those that participated by either running or by voting. To anybody else who may be interested in getting involved with CSS, feel free to reach out to any of our elected members, or simply stay tuned for elections for our other positions in March 2021

  • Benjamin Chittle
  • Laila Albalkhi

Welcome Week Events

September 7th, 2020 - September 11th, 2020

We had a series of welcome week events organized in the second week of September. The amount of participation we had this year was mind-blowing!! We would like to thank all of you who participated in these events. For those who missed any of these events, you got nothing to regret. This is just the beginning and CSS keeps on organizing such events all year round!


Make sure to follow our socials and join our discord channel so you won't miss any events!

Feel free to tell us any other games you are interested in playing, maybe we can host a session!

Hope you guys have an excellent semester :)

Minecraft Building Competition

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! Tournament

April 21st, 2020

The 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!).

CSS Virtual Event - Minecraft Mini-Games

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.


CSS 2020-2021 Elections End

March 27th, 2020

After two busy elections, we finally have our 2020-2021 Computer Science Society board:

  • President - Ferruccio Sisti
  • Vice President - Jeremie Bornais
  • Treasurer - Arshdeep Sidhu
  • Head of Events - Andrea Bonato
  • Head of Societal Development - Julia Garant
  • Career Advisor - Harshdip Deogan
  • Merchandising Coordinator - Yasir Saeed
  • Social Media Coordinator - Marina Vasic
  • Developer - Ryan Prairie, Aman Patel
  • Event Organizer - Shahir Chowdhury
  • Event Coordinator - Steven Shlimoon, Nicholas Culmone, Daniela Espinosa-Perdomo
  • Senior Representative - Filip Knezevic
  • 2nd Year Representative - Wahid Bawa

Congrats to the elected!