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It's time (if you haven't started already) to look for off-campus housing for May and September! This can be a scary and daunting task if you are not sure how to start or where to go. It can also be a bit nerve-wracking if you've never lived with people before. Luckily, MacInsiders has your back and we've outlined a few tips, tricks of the trade and resources that you can use to make this process much easier.
The very first initial step would be to find housemates who you're potentially living with for the next few years, check out this article for more advice: Who To Live With?.
When starting out and actually looking for a house, there are all sorts of things to keep in mind, check out our articles on: Where to Live and ...
TL;DR: The Forge at McMaster has launched a brand new, evening program for Hamilton’s busy entrepreneurs. Participants learn how to convert innovative ideas into real businesses in 14 short weeks. It's free for McMaster students. Only 15 spots open. Deadline is January 16th to register. Starts January 24th.
McMaster University’s Business Incubator, The Forge, has launched a new 14-week workshop series for students and community members who have technology-based ideas. The program targets entrepreneurial individuals with daytime commitments to train them during evenings on what it takes to build a successful startup.
The program begins on January 24, 2019 and runs Thursdays at 6:30PM-8:30PM inside McMaster Innovation Park. Participants will meet weekly with expert advisers who teach business building concepts, receive mentorship from...
Today, PepsiCo announced that it will be rolling out a fleet of snack-carrying robots on the University of the Pacific’s campus in California!
The robots — or “snackbots” — carry snacks and beverages including choices like popcorn, Lays, Pure Leaf Tea, and Starbucks Cold Brew drinks. Students can place their orders on the iOS app and have them delivered to select locations around campus between 9AM and 5PM.
If these were to come to McMaster, would you order snacks from them? Or is this pushing laziness too far?
The nomination period for the MSU Presidential Election ends on January 9, 2019 at 5 PM.
All MSU members (students enrolled in 18 or more units) are able to nominate themselves for the position. Nominees must use the Presidential Election Nomination form, which requires 15 signatures of MSU members, and submit the form to the MSU Main Office (MUSC 201) by the January 9 deadline. Forms can be found at www.msumcmaster.ca/elections or as hard copies inside the MSU Main Office in MUSC 201.
The all-candidates meeting will take place on January 9, 2019. The campaigning period will occur from January 13 until January 24, 2019. During this time frame, there is a Meet & Greet on January 15, from 6 - 8 PM at TwelvEighty, as well as a debate on January 17, from 3 - 5 PM in MUSC atrium. Online voting will take place during the final three days from January 22 - 24, closing on 5PM on the last day....
President’s New Year’s Levée - Tuesday, January 8 from 2:00PM to 4:00PM
All graduating students are invited to join Patrick Deane, McMaster University President and Vice-Chancellor, for a traditional New Year’s Levee inside Convocation Hall. Students can celebrate their time at McMaster alongside classmates with food, desert and champagne or sparkling cider for the toast. Invites for this event will be sent out via McMaster email.
Networking For Success - Tuesday, January 8 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM
How you network, stand out in your market, make an impression, and brand YOU is the most important business skill you can polish and improve. This powerful workshop will help students strengthen their presence, human relations, understanding body language, and leave a strong impact on others. All are welcome, no registration is required.
The Game of Life: IRL - Wednesday, January 9 from 11:00AM to 2:00PM
As of December 17, 2018, GO Transit tickets and services are no longer be available at Compass Information Centre. GO Transit tickets can be purchased on campus via the GO ticket machine at the McMaster GO Bus terminal near Mary Keyes Residence, or off campus at the Hamilton GO Centre on Hunter Street East.
PRESTO cards and in-person PERSTO card loads will be available for purchase at Compass. In-person PRESTO loads are automatically available on your card.
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