If there’s one word that could be used to describe the International Business Conference Executive Team (not to be confused with the IB Club), it’s resilient.
The International Business … Read More
By: Ben Chen
December 1st signals finals for most students in Sauder, but to some it signals the day to shave off a month-long’s worth of facial hair. … Read More
By: Nathan Ma
For myself, any song that remotely hints at feelings of yuletide joy is worth listening to. This was the case for the last two decades of holidays … Read More
By Aaron Yeung
When a representative of the student body resigns, the CUS constitution requires that the Board of Directors (the elected body) appoint a student to that position … Read More
By Aaron Yeung The allure of graduate programs is unique to each student. Trend studies suggest that “improving career prospects” is the most common reason to continue into graduate school, … Read More
A Final Word From The Cavalier Editor-in-Chief Karen Lee
These Small Businesses Exemplify Sexy Sauder Style
Just in time for the Oscars!
By Riley Chow, Executive Consultant
The Commerce Undergraduate Society was bigger than ever in 2011–2012. There was some kind of event every day of the week; … Read More
By Vinicius Cid & Nikolay Mal’tsev: The CUS has been spending more responsibly than it could have predicted and has turned into quite the hoarder as a result.
By Riley Chow: With candidates like my girlfriend Alexandra Lam and CUS superstar Sara Hladun, the election results were quite admirable, but of course, I still found things to complain about.