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The EWB McGill University chapter is a group of thoughtful and critical students with a belief in the possibility of an equitable world. We aim to make the next generation of McGill graduates a group of conscious consumers, informed voters, socially responsible professionals and most importantly, systems change leaders! We are committed to being accessible to all, and we strive to actively oppose any form of discrimination or oppression. Our chapter is supportive and constantly evolving, with an equal focus on both action and personal development. Our strength lies in our dedication and systemic thinking, but we are not afraid to push our limits and fail in our endeavours to create change.
Our chapter executive team has two facets; the Innovation Team (our Venture Leaders) and our Enabling Team, pictured below!
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** Newsletter #11: ‘Tis really that season———————————————————— And you thought only Starbucks was getting a head-start on the holiday season…this year’s edition of the EWB holiday campaign will be launched tomorrow! The theme of this year’s campaign is “We Are EWB” and can be found at weare.ewb.ca. This theme reminds me that it really is[…]
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myEWB feedback We are constantly evolving myEWB and our online community; we’d love to hear about your thoughts and experiences! Major issues? Email email@example.com Article source: http://my.ewb.ca/posts/100126/
** Newsletter #8: C’est L’Halloween!————————————————- When this time of the year rolls around, I think of this song:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy5V1lD_0Rs. It really brings me back to the days where I would walk around neighborhoods, strange and familiar, freezing in my costume that just missed the mark of trying too hard to look like a three-year-old to milk[…]