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About The Cavalier

Established in 1967, The Cavalier is the official student newspaper of the Sauder School of Business Commerce Undergraduate Society at the University of British Columbia. With strong focuses on student life, CUS politics, and business news, The Cavalier is Sauder's premier source for current events and information.
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Summer Boredom Remedies
1 year ago

Summer Boredom Remedies

Glad you aren’t in school, but bored out of your mind? Sometimes it’s hard to determine if you’d rather spend the day staring at an Excel spreadsheet or mindlessly watching …
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“Mind if I sit here?”
1 year ago

“Mind if I sit here?”

The Cavalier challenges you to have lunch with someone new!

Take a photo of yourself attempting this challenge and tag us on Facebook @saudercavalier and on Instagram @the.cavalier with the hashtag #thecavalierchallenges for a chance …
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This Is the Volunteer Cheer
1 year ago

This Is the Volunteer Cheer

Feel like giving back to the local community? Have a passion for certain charities or organizations? Want to get involved in something outside of Sauder? Volunteering is a great way …
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10 Films Every Business Student Should Watch
1 year ago

10 Films Every Business Student Should Watch

Financial blunders, stock market crashes, and economic meltdowns make for a painfully addictive viewing experience, especially for business students. Who knew that middle aged men in conservative suits could convey …
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Stay Sharp During Your Summer Away from Sauder
1 year ago

Stay Sharp During Your Summer Away from Sauder

So the time has finally come. Exam stress (and Triple-O’s bacon cheese burgers) is a distant memory, and your days are now filled with suntanning at the beach, or working …
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The Cavalier Reads: Opening Belle
1 year ago

The Cavalier Reads: Opening Belle

Putting Wall Street into words.

Staff Writer: Harman Kang

Opening Belle by Maureen Sherry is a fantastic read for those who revel in stocks, hedge funds, and collateralized debt …
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“Still The North”: The Rebranding Campaign that Redefined the Raptors
1 year ago

“Still The North”: The Rebranding Campaign that Redefined the Raptors

The Toronto Raptors exceeded expectations this year, breaking a franchise record for wins before being eliminated from the playoffs during the Eastern Conference Finals. This was the team’s longest playoff …
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3 Recipes with 3 Ingredients: Summer Foods on a Budget
1 year ago

3 Recipes with 3 Ingredients: Summer Foods on a Budget

Staying healthy during the summer can be a challenge, especially on a tight budget. Because the thought of cooking your own food can be daunting, here are three easy recipes …
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How to Adult: Spending “Me” Time
1 year ago

How to Adult: Spending “Me” Time

“Tips, Tricks, & DIYs from a not-so-adult twenty-something”

 

Staff Writer: Kimberly Wong

 

It’s the start of summer and you’ve long forgotten about your New Year’s resolutions. What a …
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The Future of Ethics Research and Sustainability at Sauder
1 year ago

The Future of Ethics Research and Sustainability at Sauder

The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics is one of the newest departments at the Sauder School of Business, and strives to develop students into mindful, sustainable business leaders. …
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5 Reasons Why Summer Courses Are the Worst
1 year ago

5 Reasons Why Summer Courses Are the Worst

Ahh, summer. A time for carefree relaxation and endless fun. Unless, of course, you take a summer semester, where you will learn in six short weeks why they are objectively …
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