http://skulepedia.ca/w/api.php?action=feedcontributions&user=99.231.244.233&feedformat=atomSkulepedia - User contributions [en]2021-01-20T17:08:48ZUser contributionsMediaWiki 1.33.0http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Finance&diff=1881VP Finance2011-03-25T05:35:22Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Past VP Finances */</p>
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<div>The Vice-President Finance or [[VP Finance]] is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engineering Society’s members and the upkeep of accounting records with respect to all financial and like transactions of the Society. As well, the VP Finance ensures that students’ funds are spent in an appropriate manner, satisifactory to our constituents. The VP Finance’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
<br />
*Cafeteria Managers<br />
*Cannonball Chair<br />
*Gradball Chair<br />
*Engineering Stores Managers<br />
*Skule Nite Liason<br />
*Sponsorship Director<br />
*Suds Managers<br />
<br />
As well, the VP Finance oversees the disbursement of the [[Student Levy Fund]] to the various departments in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto.<br />
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== Past VP Finances ==<br />
{| class = "wikitable"<br />
!Year<br />
!colspan="2"|Name<br />
|-<br />
|2011-2012<br />
|Jonathan Ng<br />
|ECE 1T3<br />
|-<br />
|2010-2011<br />
|[[User:Ryan|Ryan Bradley]]<br />
|NΨ 1T2+PEY<br />
|-<br />
|2009-2010<br />
|Kyle Dupont<br />
|Mech 0T9+PEY<br />
|-<br />
|2008-2009<br />
|Cyrene Wu<br />
|Civ 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
|2007-2008<br />
|Evan Jones<br />
|Civ 0T9<br />
|-<br />
|2006-2007<br />
|Paul Radcliffe<br />
|NΨ 0T7<br />
|-<br />
|2005-2006<br />
|Eamon McDermott<br />
|NΨ 0T5+3<br />
|-<br />
|2004-2005<br />
|Don McAuslan<br />
|NΨ 0T4+<br />
|-<br />
|2003-2004<br />
|Richard Wiltshire<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|2002-2003<br />
|Chris Dunn<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|2001-2002<br />
|Andre Holder<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|2000-2001<br />
|Chris Davis<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1999-2000<br />
|Karen Caputo<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1998-1999<br />
|Gord Bennett<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1997-1998<br />
|Alex Paradi<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1996-1997<br />
|[[Drago Banovic]]<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1995-1996<br />
|Taras Kohut<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1994-1995<br />
|Brian Scholz<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1993-1994<br />
|Ruby Nayyar<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1992-1993<br />
|Chris Barnes<br />
|?<br />
|- <br />
|1991-1992<br />
|Bernadette Comiskey<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1990-1991<br />
|Eric Matusiak<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1989-1990<br />
|Laurence Gutcher<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1988-1989<br />
|Rob Drascic<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Treasurer==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
!Year<br />
!colspan="2"|Name<br />
|-<br />
|1987-1988<br />
|Brian Broda<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1986-1987<br />
|Joon-Ho Kang<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1985-1986<br />
|Rob Cumming<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1984-1985<br />
|Richard Fofana<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1983-1984<br />
|Greg Dow<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1982-1983<br />
|Andrew Alberti<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1981-1982<br />
|Barry Levine<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1980-1981<br />
|Spiros Pantziris<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1979-1980<br />
|Siobhan Keoch<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1978-1979<br />
|Larry Funnell<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1977-1978<br />
|Bryan Hackett<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1976-1977<br />
|Anne Zielinski<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1975-1976<br />
|G. Landa<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1974-1975<br />
|Tom Woods<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1973-1974<br />
|Eric Yu<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1972-1973<br />
|Ian Chan<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1971-1972<br />
|Chris B. Cragg<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1970-1971<br />
|Horst Helbig<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1969-1970<br />
|?<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1968-1969<br />
|Art McIlwain<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1967-1968<br />
|David Keith<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Finance&diff=951VP Finance2011-01-30T05:37:57Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The Vice-President Finance or [[VP Finance]] is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engineering Society’s members and the upkeep of accounting records with respect to all financial and like transactions of the Society. As well, the VP Finance ensures that students’ funds are spent in an appropriate manner, satisifactory to our constituents. The VP Finance’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
<br />
*Cafeteria Managers<br />
*Cannonball Chair<br />
*Gradball Chair<br />
*Engineering Stores Managers<br />
*Skule Nite Liason<br />
*Sponsorship Director<br />
*Suds Managers<br />
<br />
As well, the VP Finance oversees the disbursement of the [[Student Levy Fund]] to the various departments in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto.<br />
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== Past VP Finances ==<br />
{| class = "wikitable"<br />
!Year<br />
!colspan="2"|Name<br />
|-<br />
|2010-2011<br />
|Ryan Bradley<br />
|NΨ 1T2<br />
|-<br />
|2009-2010<br />
|Kyle Dupont<br />
|Mech 0T9+PEY<br />
|-<br />
|2008-2009<br />
|Cyrene Wu<br />
|Civ 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
|2007-2008<br />
|Evan Jones<br />
|Civ 0T9<br />
|-<br />
|2006-2007<br />
|Paul Radcliffe<br />
|NΨ 0T7<br />
|-<br />
|2005-2006<br />
|Eamon McDermott<br />
|NΨ 0T5+3<br />
|-<br />
|2004-2005<br />
|Don McAuslan<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|2003-2004<br />
|Richard Wiltshire<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|2002-2003<br />
|Chris Dunn<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|2001-2002<br />
|Andre Holder<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|2000-2001<br />
|Chris Davis<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1999-2000<br />
|Karen Caputo<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1998-1999<br />
|Gord Bennett<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1997-1998<br />
|Alex Paradi<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1996-1997<br />
|[[Drago Banovic]]<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1995-1996<br />
|Taras Kohut<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1994-1995<br />
|Brian Scholz<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1993-1994<br />
|Ruby Nayyar<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1992-1993<br />
|Chris Barnes<br />
|?<br />
|- <br />
|1991-1992<br />
|Bernadette Comiskey<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1990-1991<br />
|Eric Matusiak<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1989-1990<br />
|Laurence Gutcher<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1988-1989<br />
|Rob Drascic<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Treasurer==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
!Year<br />
!colspan="2"|Name<br />
|-<br />
|1987-1988<br />
|Brian Broda<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1986-1987<br />
|Joon-Ho Kang<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1985-1986<br />
|Rob Cumming<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1984-1985<br />
|Richard Fofana<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1983-1984<br />
|Greg Dow<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1982-1983<br />
|Andrew Alberti<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1981-1982<br />
|Barry Levine<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1980-1981<br />
|Spiros Pantziris<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1979-1980<br />
|Siobhan Keoch<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1978-1979<br />
|Larry Funnell<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1977-1978<br />
|Bryan Hackett<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1976-1977<br />
|Anne Zielinski<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1975-1976<br />
|G. Landa<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1974-1975<br />
|Tom Woods<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1973-1974<br />
|Eric Yu<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1972-1973<br />
|Ian Chan<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1971-1972<br />
|Chris B. Cragg<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1970-1971<br />
|Horst Helbig<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1969-1970<br />
|?<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1968-1969<br />
|Art McIlwain<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|1967-1968<br />
|David Keith<br />
|?<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Godiva%27s_Crown&diff=212Godiva's Crown2011-01-23T05:12:29Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Past Godiva's Crowns */</p>
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<div>[[File:godivas_crown.jpg|300px|thumb|right|Godiva's Crown hardhat]]<br />
Godiva's Crown (sometimes known simply as Godiva or Lady Godiva) is a female engineering student who has been chosen to represent the spirit of [[Lady Godiva]] at Skule&trade;. She is selected during a [[Godiva Week]] competition in which she must perform a creative act in front of a panel of male judges and the reigning Godiva's Crown. Godiva's Crown holds the ceremonial wooden horse as well as the signature Crown for the year. She is present at many Skule&trade; events to improve Skule&trade; spirit. <br />
<br />
The Crown worn by Godiva's Crown is a unique hardhat, from which a distinctive crown shape is carved, with the sides of the crown emblazoned with the suit representing the year (i.e. the ''Queen of Hearts'' or the ''Queen of Clubs''). The 'suit' for each Godiva's Crown rotates each year in a four-year cycle. <br />
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Godiva's Crown traditionally shares the first dance at [[Cannonball]] with [[Mr. Blue & Gold]], and starts the [[Bed Races]], organized by the [[Blue & Gold Committee]], during [[F!rosh Week]] each year.<br />
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==History==<br />
''Insert history here''<br />
<br />
==Competition==<br />
The Godiva's Crown Competition has traditionally been held on Thursday evening of [[Godiva Week]]. The competition consists of two main parts. First, in a humourous gesture, each Godiva's Crown contestant is asked to use power tools to nail, hammer, drill, and screw together a small wooden object in front of the judges. <br />
<br />
The main part of the competition involves a creative act which may include a skit, song, or dance. There are no requirements to the act, and many acts have involved the use of props, supporting cast, and multimedia presentations. <br />
<br />
===Judging===<br />
The judging panel usually consists of seven judges - six male engineering students (which must include exactly one F!rosh) and the reigning Godiva's Crown (who is the head judge). The male judges are generally chosen by the Godiva's Crown or organizers of the event, and is decided by their (humourous) responses to a series of questions. <br />
<br />
Following each act, the judges generally write their comments on paper to be read out by the MC of the night. These comments are humorous in nature, and are not meant to factor into the official judging of the act. The judges also have opportunities to ask questions to the contestants after their act.<br />
<br />
The judges, although they are chosen impartially, have been known to enjoy tasty treats and refreshing BEvERages to aid in their selection of the winning contestant. Many contestants choose to make their 'bribery' in a public fashion during their act, with judges favourably receiving creative and personalized gifts.<br />
<br />
The judges congregate in a secret location following the last act, and vote for the next Godiva's Crown. Following the decision, the reigning Godiva's Crown announces awards for each of the contestants, and the winner of the title. The new Godiva's Crown is then presented with the Godiva's Crown hardhat, the Godiva sashes, a ceremonial horse, and the flags for the Blue & Gold Bed Races. <br />
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==Past Godiva's Crowns==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Winner<br />
! Discipline<br />
! Title<br />
|-<br />
| 2011<br />
| Sandra Sousa<br />
| ECE<br />
| Queen of Spades<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| Paulette Holtham<br />
| Indy<br />
| Queen of Hearts<br />
|-<br />
| 2009<br />
| Jennifer Eversley<br />
| Civ<br />
| Queen of Clubs<br />
|-<br />
| 2008<br />
| Topaz Chiu<br />
| NΨ<br />
| Queen of Diamonds<br />
|-<br />
| 2007<br />
| Sheena Weisman<br />
| Chem<br />
| Queen of Spades<br />
|-<br />
| 2006<br />
| Lisa Eamer<br />
| Min<br />
| Queen of Hearts<br />
|-<br />
| 2005<br />
| Stephanie McTague<br />
| Chem<br />
| Queen of Clubs<br />
|-<br />
| 2004<br />
| Nastassja Liebenow<br />
| Civ<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| 2003<br />
| Agnes Durlik<br />
| Chem<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| 2002<br />
| Asleigh Meyer Clelland<br />
| Min<br />
|<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Mr._Blue_%26_Gold&diff=211Mr. Blue & Gold2011-01-23T05:05:39Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Past Mr. Blue & Golds */</p>
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<div>[[File:mr_blue_and_gold.jpg|300px|thumb|right|Mr. Blue & Gold trophy hardhat]]<br />
Mr. Blue & Gold is the bearer of the Skule&trade; colours (Blue & Gold) at the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. He is selected during a Godiva Week competition in which he must perform a creative act for a panel of female judges and the reigning Mr. Blue & Gold. The holder of the title of Mr. Blue & Gold must drop his pants on command for any Skulemate who asks. Mr. Blue & Gold has one of the most unique hardhats in Skule&trade;, with a trademarked half-blue and half-gold shell laced together down the middle, with a large Skule&trade; patch on the front.<br />
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==History==<br />
''Insert history here''<br />
<br />
==Competition==<br />
The Mr. Blue & Gold Competition has traditionally been held on Wednesday evening of [[Godiva Week]]. The competition consists of two main parts. First, in a humourous gesture, each Mr. Blue & Gold contestant is asked to put on a set of feminine garments and to pose in front of the judges seductively.<br />
<br />
The main part of the competition involves a creative act which may include a skit, song, or dance. There are no requirements to the act, so long as the candidate ends up in only his underwear at the end of his act. Some popular acts have used fire, water, or other props to humour the judges.<br />
<br />
===Judging===<br />
The judging panel usually consists of seven judges - six female engineering students (which must include exactly one F!rosh) and the reigning Mr. Blue & Gold (who is the head judge). The female judges are generally chosen by the Mr. Blue & Gold or organizers of the event, and is decided by their (humourous) responses to a series of questions. <br />
<br />
Following each act, the judges generally write their comments on paper to be read out by the MC of the night. These comments are humorous in nature, and are not meant to factor into the official judging of the act. The judges also have opportunities to ask questions to the contestants after their act.<br />
<br />
The judges, although they are chosen impartially, have been known to enjoy tasty treats and refreshing BEvERages to aid in their selection of the winning contestant. Many contestants choose to make their 'bribery' in a public fashion during their act, with judges favourably receiving creative and personalized gifts.<br />
<br />
The judges congregate in a secret location following the last act, and vote for the next Mr. Blue & Gold. Following the decision, the reigning Mr. Blue & Gold announces awards for each of the contestants, and the winner of the title. The new Mr. Blue & Gold is then presented with the Blue & Gold hardhat as well as the ceremonial Mr. Blue & Gold boxers. <br />
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==Past Mr. Blue & Golds==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Winner<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2011<br />
| Luis Ramirez<br />
| ECE<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| Peter Raimondo<br />
| Civ<br />
|-<br />
| 2009<br />
| Jimmy Lu<br />
| Civ<br />
|-<br />
| 2008<br />
| David Clease<br />
| Mech<br />
|-<br />
| 2007<br />
| Tomas Ronis<br />
| MSE<br />
|-<br />
| 2006<br />
| Jeannot Oullette<br />
| Min<br />
|-<br />
| 2005<br />
| Mark Belvedere<br />
| ECE<br />
|-<br />
| 2004<br />
| Sam Orr<br />
| Chem<br />
|-<br />
| 2003<br />
| Todd Reichert<br />
| NΨ<br />
|-<br />
| 2002<br />
| Donovan Politt<br />
| Min<br />
|-<br />
| 2001<br />
| Christiaan Vandergrift<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 2000<br />
| Dan Segal<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 1999<br />
| Sean Voskamp<br />
| Mech<br />
|-<br />
| 1998<br />
| Joe McNamara<br />
| Mech<br />
|-<br />
| 1997<br />
| Trevor Mills<br />
| NΨ<br />
|-<br />
| 1996<br />
| Tony Roberto<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 1995<br />
| ?<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 1994<br />
| ?<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 1993<br />
| ?<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 1992<br />
| ?<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 1991<br />
| ?<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 1990<br />
| Alex Chapman<br />
| Civ<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=St._Ralph%27s_Day&diff=208St. Ralph's Day2011-01-23T04:55:26Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "St. Ralph's Day is February 26, 1966, commemorating the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad crashing the opening of the Bloor-Danforth Subway line, and subsequently causing its clo..."</p>
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<div>[[St. Ralph's Day]] is February 26, 1966, commemorating the [[Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad]] crashing the opening of the Bloor-Danforth Subway line, and subsequently causing its closing. Upon hearing of the subway opening ceremony, a group of approximately 500 students assembled with the LGMB to crash the event. This mass of Bnad members proceeded to hop the turnstiles and the first 400 students piled on a train, while others were held back. Then, one student pulled the emergency power switch, promptly causing the subway to be closed. For years to come, this day was known as St. Ralph's Day, after the TTC commissioner at the time, and former City of Toronto mayor, Ralph Day. As well, this contributed to the LGMB rant, when the rant is read the line "subway opening" is always echoed with a response of "and closing!" from the crowd.</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Lady_Godiva_Memorial_Bnad&diff=207Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad2011-01-23T04:45:33Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Repertoire and instrumentation */</p>
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<div>[[Image:Lgmb.png|thumb|The crest of the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad]]<br />
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The ''Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad'', or '''LGMB''', is a student-run band consisting chiefly of University of Toronto engineering students. The LGMB is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of [[Skule|Skule&trade;]] spirit along with [[Ye Olde Mighty Skule Cannon]] and the [[Brute Force Committee]] (BFC). The LGMB is notable for its open membership policy and sometimes audacious appearances at events.<br />
<br />
The [[Lady Godiva]] Memorial Bnad is primarily a spirit group and secondly a musical group. The bnad is often introduced, incorrectly, as the ''Lady Godiva Marching Band'', despite the fact that the bnad never marches. A more correct term would be ''meandering band''. The use of the term ''bnad'' is a reference to the inability (or unwillingness) of engineers to spell correctly (see [[Skule (engineering society)|Skule]]).<br />
<br />
<br />
==Repertoire and instrumentation==<br />
The LGMB tries to play an assortment of [[Skule]]-spirit, drinking, Christmas, and generally offensive songs. Choice of pieces is typically spontaneous; the bnad leedur(s) will start playing, and the rest of the group joins in or not. Certain scheduled events, such as the Toronto Santa Claus Parade, require the bnad to refrain from certain items that are considered unsuitable for young children or society in general. As well, certain actions, events, or locations typically require certain songs to be played. For example, the "Walking Song" is played when the bnad walks, "Wipe Out" is played when the bnad returns to the Bnad Room through the archway on the west side of Hart House, and "[[Godiva's Hymn]]" is played in the presence of Ye Olde Mighty Skule Cannon.<br />
<br />
During an event, bnad members play an instrument of their choice including traditional instruments such as bass drum, snare drum, trumpet, trombone, baritone horn, sousaphone, flute, clarinet, saxophone, and cymbals, as well as non-traditional instruments including electric guitar (with portable amplifier), electronic keyboard, slide whistle, kazoo, washboard, bedpan, maraca, and fire bell.<br />
<br />
Bnad leedurs typically play the trombone for its simplicity, range, and volume, though other instruments are occasionally taken. The D(r)umb Majur(k) plays snare drum without exception, but may improvise by playing any other instrument, object, or person as a drum during certain pieces.<br />
<br />
==Bnad members==<br />
The LGMB advertises that any student in the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is a member of the Bnad by default. However, a more practical definition of a bnad member is anyone who has attended a bnad event. No musical talent is required to play with the LGMB, which is perhaps the greatest contributing factor to the group's unique performance. <br />
<br />
Current and Recent Bnad Leedurs:<br />
*Bnad Leedur: Alex Martins<br />
*D(r)umb Majur(k): Addie Denison<br />
*Joonyur Bnad Leedur: Richard Medal<br />
*X Bnad Leedur: Kevin Siu<br />
*X D(r)umb Majur(k): Alvin Ho<br />
*XX Bnad Leedur: Catie Darling<br />
*XX D(r)umb Majur(k): David Clease<br />
*XXX Bnad Leedur: Nick Loberto<br />
*XXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Steven Szeto<br />
*XXXX Bnad Leedur: Caitlin Bailey<br />
*XXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Nick Cifelli<br />
*XXXX Cymbolic Major: Evangelos Staikos<br />
*XXXXX Bnad Leedur: Jeffy Cornthwaite <br />
*XXXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Henry Cheung<br />
*XXXXXX Bnad Leedur: Luke Wesley<br />
*XXXXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Adam Gravitis<br />
<br />
Some notable members of the LGMB have been:<br />
*Sidney Smith (c.1950)<br />
*A.J. Paul La Prairie (c.1949&ndash;1950)<br />
*Tim Allan (c.1968&ndash;1972)<br />
*Bob Bossin (c.1966&ndash;1969)<br />
<br />
==History==<br />
The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad was founded circa 1950, by A.J. Paul La Prairie while he was a student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Originally called The Lady Godiva Band, it was soon renamed to the Lady Godiva Memorial Band, a name suggested by the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering#Traditions and student life|University of Toronto Engineering Society]] President Bill Walker. They have since become the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad.<br />
<br />
The original band had about fifteen members and was initially led by their founder A.J. Paul La Prairie. During their second rehearsal, however, it was discovered that La Prairie could not read music, so the band was turned over to Tom Kenney, a chemical engineering student.<br />
<br />
The LGMB's first uniform consisted of a few red military jackets and pith helmets. The uniform along with their first bass drum, two tenor drums, cymbals and a drum major's baton were courtesy of La Prairie's resourcefulness and his military connections. Those who didn't wear military jackets were often seen in the traditional leather jacket of the engineering faculty. Later, members began to wear their decorated hardhats to events. The first public appearance of the LGMB was at the Annual Homecoming Parade on the back of a flatbed truck. [http://archives.library.utoronto.ca/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll?AC=GET_RECORD&BU=http%3A//archives.library.utoronto.ca/dbtw-wpd/textbase/175image/&TN=175image&SN=AUTO2465&SE=1158&RN=4&MR=10&RF=175report&DF=175expanded&RL=0&DL=0&NP=3&ID=]<br />
<br />
An account of one of the first events given by A.J. Paul La Prairie:<br />
<br />
<blockquote>We did have one parade that I do remember, with humour. There was a big football game at Varsity Stadium. The L.G.M.B. marched up and, to the amazement of the ticket collectors, we played our way right through the gate and on to the field. For this event we were all wearing great big moustaches. When we came to the fifty yard line I noticed Sidney Smith sitting in front. I offered him a moustache, which he put on. The band serenaded him. Ergo, Sidney Smith, President of The University of Toronto, became an Honorary Member of the L.G.M.B. (La Prairie 1994) [http://traditions.skule.ca/articles/ajax/alumni/laprairie.php]</blockquote><br />
<br />
Another notable event attended by the LGMB was the Bloor-Danforth subway line opening on February 26, 1966. According to ''The Ubyssey'', a University of British Columbia student newspaper, 500 University of Toronto engineering students led by the LGMB "lept over turnstiles" and the first 400 students piled onto a train. One of the remaining students then pulled the emergency power switch. This event interfered with regular service for more than five hours. The LGMB has been accused of causing this disruption; however, their involvement is not verified. [http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/pdfs/ubyssey/UBYSSEY_1966_03_01.pdf] This day was subsequently celebrated for years to come as [[St. Ralph's Day]] after Ralph C. Day, a former mayor of Toronto and the director of the Toronto Transit Commission at the time.<br />
<br />
The next year, the LGMB produced their first of six albums to date, ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band at the Mighty Cannonball'' (1962). Also produced by the LGMB were ''The Lady Godiva Memorial Band Strikes Back!!'' (1964), ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band Blows'' (1967), ''Band With the Runs'' (1977), ''Never Mind the Football Game'', ''Here's the Lady Godiva Memorial Band'' (1989), and ''Let Go Me Bongos!'' (CD 1999).<br />
<br />
In the 1970s, at the beginning of University of Toronto Frosh Week each year, the LGMB met on the lawn in front of the Ontario provincial legislature. There with engineering, law, medical and arts first year students they received a speech from the presiding Premier of Ontario. During the ceremony the band played several "standard" selections as well as the engineering cheer song. <br />
<br />
In 1976, the LGMB won a second place award in the Kiwanis Music Festival in class 425 (Brass and Reed Bands — Open). Paul Higgins led the LGMB to a first place award in class 501 (Brass and Reed Bands — membership to be less than 30), in a different year, for their performance of ''First Suite for Military Band in E Flat'' by Gustav Holst.<br />
<br />
In the fall of 1976 the LGMB played at the CN tower alongside Pierre Trudeau and his wife Margaret Trudeau, becoming the first band to play at the CN Tower.<br />
<br />
About the same time, just before their 1977 album, a new uniform began to appear. Along with the engineering jacket and decorated hardhat, members wore hockey shirts adorned with the LGMB logo on the front. These shirts were originally mostly yellow with blue and white accents. (The [[Skule]] colours are blue and gold.) This design was updated to mostly blue with yellow and white accents in 1993.<br />
<br />
In 2000, the LGMB sat in the audience for a showing of Jonovision. They were mentioned briefly by the host Jonathan Torrens. The LGMB also made it onto Breakfast Television on September 3, 2002.<br />
<br />
==Albums and discography==<br />
*1962: ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band at the Mighty Cannonball''<br />
<br />
1. Colonel Bogey <br />
2. Peter Gunn<br />
3. Lassus Trombone<br />
4. In a Persian Market<br />
5. Midnight in Moscow<br />
6. JFK<br />
7. Little Brown Jug<br />
8. Prelude in C-Sharp Minor (transposed)<br />
9. Theme from Man with the Golden Arm<br />
10. Godiva<br />
11. The Saints<br />
<br />
*1964: ''The Lady Godiva Memorial Band Strikes Back!!''<br />
<br />
1. Divertmento<br />
2. Ben Gunn<br />
3. Electronic Joke #1<br />
4. Lassus Trombone<br />
5. The Light Cavalry Overture<br />
6. Five O'Clock in UC<br />
7. Godiva<br />
8. The Saints<br />
9. Cannon<br />
10. Little Brown Jug<br />
11. Electronic Joke #2<br />
12. 1812 Overture<br />
13. One Minute of Silence<br />
14. Skeaf plays Gershwin<br />
15. Huzzanga Chorus<br />
16. University of Toronto<br />
<br />
*1967: ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band Blows''<br />
<br />
Side One<br />
1. Fanfare to the prize-winning Lady Godiva Memorial Band <br />
2. God save DeGaulle<br />
3. Bill Bailey, will you please go home<br />
4. Batman<br />
5. Dolly's Last Stand<br />
6. Peter in the wolf<br />
7. Watermelon man<br />
8. Talking McGill Train Blues<br />
9. The man with the golden finger<br />
10. University College Song and Cheer<br />
11. The Skule Song and Cannon<br />
<br />
Side Two<br />
21. Second Brandenburg Concerto, Allegro Assai<br />
22. Muskrat Ramble<br />
23. Beethoven's Fifth Symphony<br />
24a First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
24b First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
24c First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
25. Blue Danube Waltz<br />
26. Canada's Favourite Folksongs<br />
27. Bungler's Holiday<br />
28. University of Toronto Song<br />
29. Spontaneous Encore Blues<br />
30. Trumpet Voluntary Movement and Water Music<br />
<br />
*1977: ''Band With the Runs''<br />
<br />
Side One<br />
1. Preamble<br />
2. Gnag Bnag (Sam and Janet Evening)<br />
3. Ooble Dooble<br />
4. Blue and White (Black and Blue)<br />
5. Crock of Ages (Sally Ann)<br />
6. The Blunderer (R.I.P. Sousa; disarr. R. Yates)<br />
7. Ben Dover Suite<br />
8. Mailman (John Henry)<br />
9. The Stripper (Fanny Foxbach)<br />
10. Furry Leaves (Albumsplaat) (Chevy van Beethoven)<br />
11. Amble<br />
12. How Does He Smell?<br />
<br />
Side Two<br />
1. Interamble<br />
2. Second Military Suite in F! (Gustav Holst)<br />
3. Moreofthesameamble<br />
4. Take Me, Out<br />
5. Whoa! (When Ah says whoa, Ah means whoa!)<br />
6. Postamble<br />
7. Skaters Vaults<br />
8. Grand Finaleamble<br />
9. Skule Song (A cannon featuring the LGMGregorian Chant Society)<br />
10. Grate Escape, with Festive Interlewd<br />
11. Terrible<br />
<br />
*1989: ''Never Mind the Football Game, Here's the Lady Godiva Memorial Band''<br />
<br />
Side One<br />
1. Washington and Lee Swing<br />
2. Mickey Mouse<br />
3. Oh... Canada<br />
3a Bad Joke #1<br />
4. Flintstones<br />
4a Bnad Cheer #1 and more<br />
5. Ball Game (Take Me Out)<br />
6. Hey, Look Us Over<br />
6a Rob West Cheer<br />
7. Rubber Ducky<br />
7a Bnad Cheer #2<br />
8. Those Were the Days<br />
8a Bnad Cheer #3<br />
9. 1002<br />
10. Two-Skin<br />
10a Sexual Bnad Chant #1<br />
11. More Beer<br />
11a Bad Joke #2<br />
11b It's Amazing!<br />
11c Bad Joke #3<br />
12. Web-footed Friends<br />
<br />
Side Two<br />
1. Godiva's Rap<br />
2. Mailman<br />
3. Black & Blue (U of T Song)<br />
4. Colonel Bogie<br />
5. Muppet Shoe<br />
6. Oh God! Save the Non-Sexist Engineer<br />
7. Black Christmas<br />
8. Skater's Waltz<br />
9. Song of the Fighting Soldier<br />
10. California Suite in C#<br />
11. Engineer's Hymn (Skule Song)<br />
12. Grate Escape<br />
13. K-Dense<br />
<br />
*1999: ''Let Go Me Bongos!'' (CD)<br />
<br />
1. Marching Bands<br />
2. Sesame Street<br />
3. Louie Lou-i-ay<br />
4. Rubber Ducky<br />
5. Falling Into Sin<br />
6. Hey, Look Us Over<br />
7. Mailman<br />
8. God Save the Engineer<br />
9. Game Take Me Out<br />
10. Muppet Show<br />
11. Why Are We Waiting<br />
12. Tickle Terry (PC Version)<br />
13. Tickle Terry (Non-PC Version)<br />
14. Mickey Mouse<br />
15. Foreskin<br />
16. Walking Song #1<br />
17. Walking Song #2<br />
18. Roll Me Over<br />
19. Web Footed<br />
20. More Beer<br />
21. Tequila<br />
22. Wipe Out<br />
23. The Engineering Hymn<br />
<br />
==References==<br />
*La Prairie, A.J. Paul. [http://traditions.skule.ca/articles/ajax/alumni/laprairie.php "The Lady Godiva Memorial Band and The Skule Cannon"]. As told on the occasion of "Ajax Remembered" held in 1994. <br />
*Lindsey, Graham. [http://timallan.com/bio.html "Biography: Tim Allan"]. Updated August 2005.<br />
*Bossin, Bob. [http://www3.telus.net/oldfolk/obituary.htm "My Obituary"]. Excerpts from "That's what folk songs have always done...." Originally published in the ''Canadian Folk Music Bulletin,'' December 1995. <br />
*[http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/pdfs/ubyssey/UBYSSEY_1966_03_01.pdf "Engineers pull a slow one."] ''The Ubyssey.'' Vol. XLVIII, No. 54. Page 1. 1 March 1966.<br />
<br />
==External links==<br />
*[http://lgmb.skule.ca The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad]<br />
*[http://www.skule.ca University of Toronto Engineering Society (skule.ca)]<br />
*[http://traditions.skule.ca/ Traditions.Skule.ca]<br />
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<div>[[Image:Lgmb.png|thumb|The crest of the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad]]<br />
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The ''Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad'', or '''LGMB''', is a student-run band consisting chiefly of University of Toronto engineering students. The LGMB is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of [[Skule|Skule&trade;]] spirit along with [[Ye Olde Mighty Skule Cannon]] and the [[Brute Force Committee]] (BFC). The LGMB is notable for its open membership policy and sometimes audacious appearances at events.<br />
<br />
The [[Lady Godiva]] Memorial Bnad is primarily a spirit group and secondly a musical group. The bnad is often introduced, incorrectly, as the ''Lady Godiva Marching Band'', despite the fact that the bnad never marches. A more correct term would be ''meandering band''. The use of the term ''bnad'' is a reference to the inability (or unwillingness) of engineers to spell correctly (see [[Skule (engineering society)|Skule]]).<br />
<br />
<br />
==Repertoire and instrumentation==<br />
The LGMB tries to play an assortment of [[Skule]]-spirit, drinking, Christmas, and generally offensive songs. Choice of pieces is typically spontaneous; the bnad leedur(s) will start playing, and the rest of the group joins in or not. Certain scheduled events, such as the [[Toronto Santa Claus Parade|Santa Claus Parade]], require the bnad to refrain from certain items that are considered unsuitable for young children or society in general. As well, certain actions, events, or locations typically require certain songs to be played. For example, the "Walking Song" is played when the bnad walks, "Wipe Out" is played when the bnad returns to the Bnad Room through the archway on the west side of [[Hart House (University of Toronto)|Hart House]], and "[[Godiva's Hymn]]" is played in the presence of Ye Olde Mighty Skule Cannon.<br />
<br />
During an event, bnad members play an instrument of their choice including traditional instruments such as bass drum, snare drum, trumpet, trombone, baritone horn, sousaphone, flute, clarinet, saxophone, and cymbals, as well as non-traditional instruments including electric guitar (with portable amplifier), electronic keyboard, slide whistle, kazoo, washboard, bedpan, maraca, and fire bell.<br />
<br />
Bnad leedurs typically play the trombone for its simplicity, range, and volume, though other instruments are occasionally taken. The D(r)umb Majur(k) plays snare drum without exception, but may improvise by playing any other instrument, object, or person as a drum during certain pieces.<br />
<br />
==Bnad members==<br />
The LGMB advertises that any student in the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is a member of the Bnad by default. However, a more practical definition of a bnad member is anyone who has attended a bnad event. No musical talent is required to play with the LGMB, which is perhaps the greatest contributing factor to the group's unique performance. <br />
<br />
Current and Recent Bnad Leedurs:<br />
*Bnad Leedur: Alex Martins<br />
*D(r)umb Majur(k): Addie Denison<br />
*Joonyur Bnad Leedur: Richard Medal<br />
*X Bnad Leedur: Kevin Siu<br />
*X D(r)umb Majur(k): Alvin Ho<br />
*XX Bnad Leedur: Catie Darling<br />
*XX D(r)umb Majur(k): David Clease<br />
*XXX Bnad Leedur: Nick Loberto<br />
*XXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Steven Szeto<br />
*XXXX Bnad Leedur: Caitlin Bailey<br />
*XXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Nick Cifelli<br />
*XXXX Cymbolic Major: Evangelos Staikos<br />
*XXXXX Bnad Leedur: Jeffy Cornthwaite <br />
*XXXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Henry Cheung<br />
*XXXXXX Bnad Leedur: Luke Wesley<br />
*XXXXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Adam Gravitis<br />
<br />
Some notable members of the LGMB have been:<br />
*Sidney Smith (c.1950)<br />
*A.J. Paul La Prairie (c.1949&ndash;1950)<br />
*Tim Allan (c.1968&ndash;1972)<br />
*Bob Bossin (c.1966&ndash;1969)<br />
<br />
==History==<br />
The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad was founded circa 1950, by A.J. Paul La Prairie while he was a student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Originally called The Lady Godiva Band, it was soon renamed to the Lady Godiva Memorial Band, a name suggested by the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering#Traditions and student life|University of Toronto Engineering Society]] President Bill Walker. They have since become the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad.<br />
<br />
The original band had about fifteen members and was initially led by their founder A.J. Paul La Prairie. During their second rehearsal, however, it was discovered that La Prairie could not read music, so the band was turned over to Tom Kenney, a chemical engineering student.<br />
<br />
The LGMB's first uniform consisted of a few red military jackets and pith helmets. The uniform along with their first bass drum, two tenor drums, cymbals and a drum major's baton were courtesy of La Prairie's resourcefulness and his military connections. Those who didn't wear military jackets were often seen in the traditional leather jacket of the engineering faculty. Later, members began to wear their decorated hardhats to events. The first public appearance of the LGMB was at the Annual Homecoming Parade on the back of a flatbed truck. [http://archives.library.utoronto.ca/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll?AC=GET_RECORD&BU=http%3A//archives.library.utoronto.ca/dbtw-wpd/textbase/175image/&TN=175image&SN=AUTO2465&SE=1158&RN=4&MR=10&RF=175report&DF=175expanded&RL=0&DL=0&NP=3&ID=]<br />
<br />
An account of one of the first events given by A.J. Paul La Prairie:<br />
<br />
<blockquote>We did have one parade that I do remember, with humour. There was a big football game at Varsity Stadium. The L.G.M.B. marched up and, to the amazement of the ticket collectors, we played our way right through the gate and on to the field. For this event we were all wearing great big moustaches. When we came to the fifty yard line I noticed Sidney Smith sitting in front. I offered him a moustache, which he put on. The band serenaded him. Ergo, Sidney Smith, President of The University of Toronto, became an Honorary Member of the L.G.M.B. (La Prairie 1994) [http://traditions.skule.ca/articles/ajax/alumni/laprairie.php]</blockquote><br />
<br />
Another notable event attended by the LGMB was the Bloor-Danforth subway line opening on February 26, 1966. According to ''The Ubyssey'', a University of British Columbia student newspaper, 500 University of Toronto engineering students led by the LGMB "lept over turnstiles" and the first 400 students piled onto a train. One of the remaining students then pulled the emergency power switch. This event interfered with regular service for more than five hours. The LGMB has been accused of causing this disruption; however, their involvement is not verified. [http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/pdfs/ubyssey/UBYSSEY_1966_03_01.pdf] This day was subsequently celebrated for years to come as [[St. Ralph's Day]] after Ralph C. Day, a former mayor of Toronto and the director of the Toronto Transit Commission at the time.<br />
<br />
The next year, the LGMB produced their first of six albums to date, ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band at the Mighty Cannonball'' (1962). Also produced by the LGMB were ''The Lady Godiva Memorial Band Strikes Back!!'' (1964), ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band Blows'' (1967), ''Band With the Runs'' (1977), ''Never Mind the Football Game'', ''Here's the Lady Godiva Memorial Band'' (1989), and ''Let Go Me Bongos!'' (CD 1999).<br />
<br />
In the 1970s, at the beginning of University of Toronto Frosh Week each year, the LGMB met on the lawn in front of the Ontario provincial legislature. There with engineering, law, medical and arts first year students they received a speech from the presiding Premier of Ontario. During the ceremony the band played several "standard" selections as well as the engineering cheer song. <br />
<br />
In 1976, the LGMB won a second place award in the Kiwanis Music Festival in class 425 (Brass and Reed Bands — Open). Paul Higgins led the LGMB to a first place award in class 501 (Brass and Reed Bands — membership to be less than 30), in a different year, for their performance of ''First Suite for Military Band in E Flat'' by Gustav Holst.<br />
<br />
In the fall of 1976 the LGMB played at the CN tower alongside Pierre Trudeau and his wife Margaret Trudeau, becoming the first band to play at the CN Tower.<br />
<br />
About the same time, just before their 1977 album, a new uniform began to appear. Along with the engineering jacket and decorated hardhat, members wore hockey shirts adorned with the LGMB logo on the front. These shirts were originally mostly yellow with blue and white accents. (The [[Skule]] colours are blue and gold.) This design was updated to mostly blue with yellow and white accents in 1993.<br />
<br />
In 2000, the LGMB sat in the audience for a showing of Jonovision. They were mentioned briefly by the host Jonathan Torrens. The LGMB also made it onto Breakfast Television on September 3, 2002.<br />
<br />
==Albums and discography==<br />
*1962: ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band at the Mighty Cannonball''<br />
<br />
1. Colonel Bogey <br />
2. Peter Gunn<br />
3. Lassus Trombone<br />
4. In a Persian Market<br />
5. Midnight in Moscow<br />
6. JFK<br />
7. Little Brown Jug<br />
8. Prelude in C-Sharp Minor (transposed)<br />
9. Theme from Man with the Golden Arm<br />
10. Godiva<br />
11. The Saints<br />
<br />
*1964: ''The Lady Godiva Memorial Band Strikes Back!!''<br />
<br />
1. Divertmento<br />
2. Ben Gunn<br />
3. Electronic Joke #1<br />
4. Lassus Trombone<br />
5. The Light Cavalry Overture<br />
6. Five O'Clock in UC<br />
7. Godiva<br />
8. The Saints<br />
9. Cannon<br />
10. Little Brown Jug<br />
11. Electronic Joke #2<br />
12. 1812 Overture<br />
13. One Minute of Silence<br />
14. Skeaf plays Gershwin<br />
15. Huzzanga Chorus<br />
16. University of Toronto<br />
<br />
*1967: ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band Blows''<br />
<br />
Side One<br />
1. Fanfare to the prize-winning Lady Godiva Memorial Band <br />
2. God save DeGaulle<br />
3. Bill Bailey, will you please go home<br />
4. Batman<br />
5. Dolly's Last Stand<br />
6. Peter in the wolf<br />
7. Watermelon man<br />
8. Talking McGill Train Blues<br />
9. The man with the golden finger<br />
10. University College Song and Cheer<br />
11. The Skule Song and Cannon<br />
<br />
Side Two<br />
21. Second Brandenburg Concerto, Allegro Assai<br />
22. Muskrat Ramble<br />
23. Beethoven's Fifth Symphony<br />
24a First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
24b First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
24c First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
25. Blue Danube Waltz<br />
26. Canada's Favourite Folksongs<br />
27. Bungler's Holiday<br />
28. University of Toronto Song<br />
29. Spontaneous Encore Blues<br />
30. Trumpet Voluntary Movement and Water Music<br />
<br />
*1977: ''Band With the Runs''<br />
<br />
Side One<br />
1. Preamble<br />
2. Gnag Bnag (Sam and Janet Evening)<br />
3. Ooble Dooble<br />
4. Blue and White (Black and Blue)<br />
5. Crock of Ages (Sally Ann)<br />
6. The Blunderer (R.I.P. Sousa; disarr. R. Yates)<br />
7. Ben Dover Suite<br />
8. Mailman (John Henry)<br />
9. The Stripper (Fanny Foxbach)<br />
10. Furry Leaves (Albumsplaat) (Chevy van Beethoven)<br />
11. Amble<br />
12. How Does He Smell?<br />
<br />
Side Two<br />
1. Interamble<br />
2. Second Military Suite in F! (Gustav Holst)<br />
3. Moreofthesameamble<br />
4. Take Me, Out<br />
5. Whoa! (When Ah says whoa, Ah means whoa!)<br />
6. Postamble<br />
7. Skaters Vaults<br />
8. Grand Finaleamble<br />
9. Skule Song (A cannon featuring the LGMGregorian Chant Society)<br />
10. Grate Escape, with Festive Interlewd<br />
11. Terrible<br />
<br />
*1989: ''Never Mind the Football Game, Here's the Lady Godiva Memorial Band''<br />
<br />
Side One<br />
1. Washington and Lee Swing<br />
2. Mickey Mouse<br />
3. Oh... Canada<br />
3a Bad Joke #1<br />
4. Flintstones<br />
4a Bnad Cheer #1 and more<br />
5. Ball Game (Take Me Out)<br />
6. Hey, Look Us Over<br />
6a Rob West Cheer<br />
7. Rubber Ducky<br />
7a Bnad Cheer #2<br />
8. Those Were the Days<br />
8a Bnad Cheer #3<br />
9. 1002<br />
10. Two-Skin<br />
10a Sexual Bnad Chant #1<br />
11. More Beer<br />
11a Bad Joke #2<br />
11b It's Amazing!<br />
11c Bad Joke #3<br />
12. Web-footed Friends<br />
<br />
Side Two<br />
1. Godiva's Rap<br />
2. Mailman<br />
3. Black & Blue (U of T Song)<br />
4. Colonel Bogie<br />
5. Muppet Shoe<br />
6. Oh God! Save the Non-Sexist Engineer<br />
7. Black Christmas<br />
8. Skater's Waltz<br />
9. Song of the Fighting Soldier<br />
10. California Suite in C#<br />
11. Engineer's Hymn (Skule Song)<br />
12. Grate Escape<br />
13. K-Dense<br />
<br />
*1999: ''Let Go Me Bongos!'' (CD)<br />
<br />
1. Marching Bands<br />
2. Sesame Street<br />
3. Louie Lou-i-ay<br />
4. Rubber Ducky<br />
5. Falling Into Sin<br />
6. Hey, Look Us Over<br />
7. Mailman<br />
8. God Save the Engineer<br />
9. Game Take Me Out<br />
10. Muppet Show<br />
11. Why Are We Waiting<br />
12. Tickle Terry (PC Version)<br />
13. Tickle Terry (Non-PC Version)<br />
14. Mickey Mouse<br />
15. Foreskin<br />
16. Walking Song #1<br />
17. Walking Song #2<br />
18. Roll Me Over<br />
19. Web Footed<br />
20. More Beer<br />
21. Tequila<br />
22. Wipe Out<br />
23. The Engineering Hymn<br />
<br />
==References==<br />
*La Prairie, A.J. Paul. [http://traditions.skule.ca/articles/ajax/alumni/laprairie.php "The Lady Godiva Memorial Band and The Skule Cannon"]. As told on the occasion of "Ajax Remembered" held in 1994. <br />
*Lindsey, Graham. [http://timallan.com/bio.html "Biography: Tim Allan"]. Updated August 2005.<br />
*Bossin, Bob. [http://www3.telus.net/oldfolk/obituary.htm "My Obituary"]. Excerpts from "That's what folk songs have always done...." Originally published in the ''Canadian Folk Music Bulletin,'' December 1995. <br />
*[http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/pdfs/ubyssey/UBYSSEY_1966_03_01.pdf "Engineers pull a slow one."] ''The Ubyssey.'' Vol. XLVIII, No. 54. Page 1. 1 March 1966.<br />
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==External links==<br />
*[http://lgmb.skule.ca The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad]<br />
*[http://www.skule.ca University of Toronto Engineering Society (skule.ca)]<br />
*[http://traditions.skule.ca/ Traditions.Skule.ca]<br />
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The ''Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad'', or '''LGMB''', is a student-run band consisting chiefly of University of Toronto engineering students. The LGMB is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of [[Skule|Skule&trade;]] spirit along with [[Ye Olde Mighty Skule Cannon]] and the [[Brute Force Committee]] (BFC). The LGMB is notable for its open membership policy and sometimes audacious appearances at events.<br />
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The [[Lady Godiva]] Memorial Bnad is primarily a spirit group and secondly a musical group. The bnad is often introduced, incorrectly, as the ''Lady Godiva Marching Band'', despite the fact that the bnad never marches. A more correct term would be ''meandering band''. The use of the term ''bnad'' is a reference to the inability (or unwillingness) of engineers to spell correctly (see [[Skule (engineering society)|Skule]]).<br />
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==Repertoire and instrumentation==<br />
The LGMB tries to play an assortment of [[Skule]]-spirit, drinking, Christmas, and generally offensive songs. Choice of pieces is typically spontaneous; the bnad leedur(s) will start playing, and the rest of the group joins in or not. Certain scheduled events, such as the [[Toronto Santa Claus Parade|Santa Claus Parade]], require the bnad to refrain from certain items that are considered unsuitable for young children or society in general. As well, certain actions, events, or locations typically require certain songs to be played. For example, the "Walking Song" is played when the bnad walks, "Wipe Out" is played when the bnad returns to the Bnad Room through the archway on the west side of [[Hart House (University of Toronto)|Hart House]], and "[[Godiva's Hymn]]" is played in the presence of Ye Olde Mighty Skule Cannon.<br />
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During an event, bnad members play an instrument of their choice including traditional instruments such as [[bass drum]], [[snare drum]], [[trumpet]], [[trombone]], [[baritone horn|baritone]], [[sousaphone]], [[flute]], [[clarinet]], [[saxophone]], and [[cymbal]]s, as well as non-traditional instruments including [[electric guitar]] (with portable amplifier), [[electronic keyboard|electric keyboard]], [[slide whistle]], [[kazoo]], [[washboard]], [[bedpan]], [[maraca]], and [[bell (instrument)|fire bell]].<br />
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Bnad leedurs typically play the trombone for its simplicity, range, and volume, though other instruments are occasionally taken. The D(r)umb Majur(k) plays snare drum without exception, but may improvise by playing any other instrument, object, or person as a drum during certain pieces.<br />
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==Bnad members==<br />
The LGMB advertises that any student in the [[University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering]] is a member of the Bnad by default. However, a more practical definition of a bnad member is anyone who has attended a bnad event. No musical talent is required to play with the LGMB, which is perhaps the greatest contributing factor to the group's unique performance. <br />
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Current and Recent Bnad Leedurs:<br />
*Bnad Leedur: Alex Martins<br />
*D(r)umb Majur(k): Addie Denison<br />
*Joonyur Bnad Leedur: Richard Medal<br />
*X Bnad Leedur: Kevin Siu<br />
*X D(r)umb Majur(k): Alvin Ho<br />
*XX Bnad Leedur: Catie Darling<br />
*XX D(r)umb Majur(k): David Clease<br />
*XXX Bnad Leedur: Nick Loberto<br />
*XXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Steven Szeto<br />
*XXXX Bnad Leedur: Caitlin Bailey<br />
*XXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Nick Cifelli<br />
*XXXX Cymbolic Major: Evangelos Staikos<br />
*XXXXX Bnad Leedur: Jeffy Cornthwaite <br />
*XXXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Henry Cheung<br />
*XXXXXX Bnad Leedur: Luke Wesley<br />
*XXXXXX D(r)umb Majur(k): Adam Gravitis<br />
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Some notable members of the LGMB have been:<br />
*[[Sidney Smith (politician)|Sidney Smith]] (c.1950)<br />
*A.J. Paul La Prairie (c.1949&ndash;1950)<br />
*Tim Allan (c.1968&ndash;1972)<br />
*Bob Bossin (c.1966&ndash;1969)<br />
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==History==<br />
The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad was founded circa 1950, by A.J. Paul La Prairie while he was a student at the [[University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering]]. Originally called The Lady Godiva Band, it was soon renamed to the Lady Godiva Memorial Band, a name suggested by the [[University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering#Traditions and student life|University of Toronto Engineering Society]] President Bill Walker. They have since become the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad [''[[sic]]''].<br />
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The original band had about fifteen members and was initially led by their founder A.J. Paul La Prairie. During their second rehearsal, however, it was discovered that La Prairie could not read music, so the band was turned over to Tom Kenney, a chemical engineering student.<br />
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The LGMB's first uniform consisted of a few red military jackets and pith helmets. The uniform along with their first bass drum, two [[tenor drum]]s, cymbals and a [[drum major]]'s baton were courtesy of La Prairie's resourcefulness and his military connections. Those who didn't wear military jackets were often seen in the traditional leather jacket of the engineering faculty. Later, members began to wear their decorated [[hardhat]]s to events. The first public appearance of the LGMB was at the Annual Homecoming Parade on the back of a flatbed truck. [http://archives.library.utoronto.ca/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll?AC=GET_RECORD&BU=http%3A//archives.library.utoronto.ca/dbtw-wpd/textbase/175image/&TN=175image&SN=AUTO2465&SE=1158&RN=4&MR=10&RF=175report&DF=175expanded&RL=0&DL=0&NP=3&ID=]<br />
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An account of one of the first events given by A.J. Paul La Prairie:<br />
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<blockquote>We did have one parade that I do remember, with humour. There was a big football game at Varsity Stadium. The L.G.M.B. marched up and, to the amazement of the ticket collectors, we played our way right through the gate and on to the field. For this event we were all wearing great big moustaches. When we came to the fifty yard line I noticed Sidney Smith sitting in front. I offered him a moustache, which he put on. The band serenaded him. Ergo, Sidney Smith, President of The University of Toronto, became an Honorary Member of the L.G.M.B. (La Prairie 1994) [http://traditions.skule.ca/articles/ajax/alumni/laprairie.php]</blockquote><br />
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Another notable event attended by the LGMB was the [[Bloor-Danforth subway line|Bloor-Danforth subway]] opening on February 26, 1966. According to ''The Ubyssey'', a [[University of British Columbia]] student newspaper, 500 University of Toronto engineering students led by the LGMB "lept over turnstiles" and the first 400 students piled onto a train. One of the remaining students then pulled the emergency power switch. This event interfered with regular service for more than five hours. The LGMB has been accused of causing this disruption; however, their involvement is not verified. [http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/pdfs/ubyssey/UBYSSEY_1966_03_01.pdf]<br />
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The next year, the LGMB produced their first of six albums to date, ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band at the Mighty Cannonball'' (1962). Also produced by the LGMB were ''The Lady Godiva Memorial Band Strikes Back!!'' (1964), ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band Blows'' (1967), ''Band With the Runs'' (1977), ''Never Mind the Football Game'', ''Here's the Lady Godiva Memorial Band'' (1989), and ''Let Go Me Bongos!'' (CD 1999).<br />
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In the 1970s, at the beginning of University of Toronto Frosh Week each year, the LGMB met on the lawn in front of the Ontario provincial legislature. There with engineering, law, medical and arts first year students they received a speech from the presiding Premier of Ontario. During the ceremony the band played several "standard" selections as well as the engineering cheer song. <br />
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In 1976, the LGMB won a second place award in the [[Kiwanis Music Festival|Kiwanis Festival]] in class 425 (Brass and Reed Bands — Open). Paul Higgins led the LGMB to a first place award in class 501 (Brass and Reed Bands — membership to be less than 30), in a different year, for their performance of ''First Suite for Military Band in E Flat'' by [[Gustav Holst]].<br />
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In the fall of 1976 the LGMB played at the [[CN tower]] alongside [[Pierre Trudeau]] and his wife [[Maggie Trudeau|Maggie]], becoming the first band to play at the CN Tower.<br />
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About the same time, just before their 1977 album, a new uniform began to appear. Along with the engineering jacket and decorated hardhat, members wore hockey shirts adorned with the LGMB logo on the front. These shirts were originally mostly yellow with blue and white accents. (The [[Skule]] colours are blue and gold.) This design was updated to mostly blue with yellow and white accents in 1993.<br />
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In 2000, the LGMB sat in the audience for a showing of [[Jonovision]]. They were mentioned briefly by the host [[Jonathan Torrens]]. The LGMB also made it onto [[Breakfast Television]] on September 3, 2002.<br />
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==Albums and discography==<br />
*1962: ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band at the Mighty Cannonball''<br />
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1. Colonel Bogey <br />
2. Peter Gunn<br />
3. Lassus Trombone<br />
4. In a Persian Market<br />
5. Midnight in Moscow<br />
6. JFK<br />
7. Little Brown Jug<br />
8. Prelude in C-Sharp Minor (transposed)<br />
9. Theme from Man with the Golden Arm<br />
10. Godiva<br />
11. The Saints<br />
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*1964: ''The Lady Godiva Memorial Band Strikes Back!!''<br />
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1. Divertmento<br />
2. Ben Gunn<br />
3. Electronic Joke #1<br />
4. Lassus Trombone<br />
5. The Light Cavalry Overture<br />
6. Five O'Clock in UC<br />
7. Godiva<br />
8. The Saints<br />
9. Cannon<br />
10. Little Brown Jug<br />
11. Electronic Joke #2<br />
12. 1812 Overture<br />
13. One Minute of Silence<br />
14. Skeaf plays Gershwin<br />
15. Huzzanga Chorus<br />
16. University of Toronto<br />
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*1967: ''Lady Godiva Memorial Band Blows''<br />
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Side One<br />
1. Fanfare to the prize-winning Lady Godiva Memorial Band <br />
2. God save DeGaulle<br />
3. Bill Bailey, will you please go home<br />
4. Batman<br />
5. Dolly's Last Stand<br />
6. Peter in the wolf<br />
7. Watermelon man<br />
8. Talking McGill Train Blues<br />
9. The man with the golden finger<br />
10. University College Song and Cheer<br />
11. The Skule Song and Cannon<br />
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Side Two<br />
21. Second Brandenburg Concerto, Allegro Assai<br />
22. Muskrat Ramble<br />
23. Beethoven's Fifth Symphony<br />
24a First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
24b First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
24c First Suite for Military Band in and around E Flat<br />
25. Blue Danube Waltz<br />
26. Canada's Favourite Folksongs<br />
27. Bungler's Holiday<br />
28. University of Toronto Song<br />
29. Spontaneous Encore Blues<br />
30. Trumpet Voluntary Movement and Water Music<br />
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*1977: ''Band With the Runs''<br />
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Side One<br />
1. Preamble<br />
2. Gnag Bnag (Sam and Janet Evening)<br />
3. Ooble Dooble<br />
4. Blue and White (Black and Blue)<br />
5. Crock of Ages (Sally Ann)<br />
6. The Blunderer (R.I.P. Sousa; disarr. R. Yates)<br />
7. Ben Dover Suite<br />
8. Mailman (John Henry)<br />
9. The Stripper (Fanny Foxbach)<br />
10. Furry Leaves (Albumsplaat) (Chevy van Beethoven)<br />
11. Amble<br />
12. How Does He Smell?<br />
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Side Two<br />
1. Interamble<br />
2. Second Military Suite in F! (Gustav Holst)<br />
3. Moreofthesameamble<br />
4. Take Me, Out<br />
5. Whoa! (When Ah says whoa, Ah means whoa!)<br />
6. Postamble<br />
7. Skaters Vaults<br />
8. Grand Finaleamble<br />
9. Skule Song (A cannon featuring the LGMGregorian Chant Society)<br />
10. Grate Escape, with Festive Interlewd<br />
11. Terrible<br />
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*1989: ''Never Mind the Football Game, Here's the Lady Godiva Memorial Band''<br />
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Side One<br />
1. Washington and Lee Swing<br />
2. Mickey Mouse<br />
3. Oh... Canada<br />
3a Bad Joke #1<br />
4. Flintstones<br />
4a Bnad Cheer #1 and more<br />
5. Ball Game (Take Me Out)<br />
6. Hey, Look Us Over<br />
6a Rob West Cheer<br />
7. Rubber Ducky<br />
7a Bnad Cheer #2<br />
8. Those Were the Days<br />
8a Bnad Cheer #3<br />
9. 1002<br />
10. Two-Skin<br />
10a Sexual Bnad Chant #1<br />
11. More Beer<br />
11a Bad Joke #2<br />
11b It's Amazing!<br />
11c Bad Joke #3<br />
12. Web-footed Friends<br />
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Side Two<br />
1. Godiva's Rap<br />
2. Mailman<br />
3. Black & Blue (U of T Song)<br />
4. Colonel Bogie<br />
5. Muppet Shoe<br />
6. Oh God! Save the Non-Sexist Engineer<br />
7. Black Christmas<br />
8. Skater's Waltz<br />
9. Song of the Fighting Soldier<br />
10. California Suite in C#<br />
11. Engineer's Hymn (Skule Song)<br />
12. Grate Escape<br />
13. K-Dense<br />
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*1999: ''Let Go Me Bongos!'' (CD)<br />
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1. Marching Bands<br />
2. Sesame Street<br />
3. Louie Lou-i-ay<br />
4. Rubber Ducky<br />
5. Falling Into Sin<br />
6. Hey, Look Us Over<br />
7. Mailman<br />
8. God Save the Engineer<br />
9. Game Take Me Out<br />
10. Muppet Show<br />
11. Why Are We Waiting<br />
12. Tickle Terry (PC Version)<br />
13. Tickle Terry (Non-PC Version)<br />
14. Mickey Mouse<br />
15. Foreskin<br />
16. Walking Song #1<br />
17. Walking Song #2<br />
18. Roll Me Over<br />
19. Web Footed<br />
20. More Beer<br />
21. Tequila<br />
22. Wipe Out<br />
23. The Engineering Hymn<br />
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==References==<br />
*La Prairie, A.J. Paul. [http://traditions.skule.ca/articles/ajax/alumni/laprairie.php "The Lady Godiva Memorial Band and The Skule Cannon"]. As told on the occasion of "Ajax Remembered" held in 1994. <br />
*Lindsey, Graham. [http://timallan.com/bio.html "Biography: Tim Allan"]. Updated August 2005.<br />
*Bossin, Bob. [http://www3.telus.net/oldfolk/obituary.htm "My Obituary"]. Excerpts from "That's what folk songs have always done...." Originally published in the ''Canadian Folk Music Bulletin,'' December 1995. <br />
*[http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/pdfs/ubyssey/UBYSSEY_1966_03_01.pdf "Engineers pull a slow one."] ''The Ubyssey.'' Vol. XLVIII, No. 54. Page 1. 1 March 1966.<br />
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==External links==<br />
*[http://lgmb.skule.ca The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad]<br />
*[http://www.skule.ca University of Toronto Engineering Society (skule.ca)]<br />
*[http://traditions.skule.ca/ Traditions.Skule.ca]<br />
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<div>The '''fundamental theorem of calculus''' specifies the relationship between the two central operations of [[calculus]]: [[derivative|differentiation]] and [[integral|integration]].<br />
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The first part of the theorem, sometimes called the '''first fundamental theorem of calculus''', shows that an [[antiderivative|indefinite integration]]<ref><br />
More exactly, the theorem deals with [[integral|definite integration]] with variable upper limit and arbitrarily selected lower limit. This particular kind of definite integration allows us to compute one of the infinitely many [[antiderivatives]] of a function (except for those which do not have a zero). Hence, it is almost equivalent to [[antiderivative|indefinite integration]], defined by most authors as an operation which yields any one of the possible antiderivatives of a function, including those without a zero.</ref> can be reversed by a differentiation. The first part is also important because it guarantees the existence of [[antiderivative]]s for [[continuous function]]s.<ref>{{Citation |last=Spivak|first=Michael|year=1980|title=Calculus|edition=2nd|publication-place=Houstan, Texas|publisher=Publish or Perish Inc.}}</ref><br />
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The second part, sometimes called the '''second fundamental theorem of calculus''', allows one to compute the [[definite integral]] of a function by using any one of its infinitely many [[antiderivative]]s. This part of the theorem has invaluable practical applications, because it markedly simplifies the computation of [[definite integral]]s.<br />
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The first published statement and proof of a restricted version of the fundamental theorem was by [[James Gregory (astronomer and mathematician)|James Gregory]] (1638–1675).<ref><br />
See, e.g., Marlow Anderson, Victor J. Katz, Robin J. Wilson, ''Sherlock Holmes in Babylon and Other Tales of Mathematical History'', Mathematical Association of America, 2004, [http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN0883855461&id=BKRE5AjRM3AC&pg=PA114&lpg=PA114&ots=Z01TZKrQXY&dq=%22james+gregory%22+%22fundamental+theorem%22&sig=6xDqL0oNAhWw66IqPdI5fQX7euA p. 114].<br />
</ref> [[Isaac Barrow]] (1630–1677) proved the first completely general version of the theorem,<ref>http://www.archive.org/details/geometricallectu00barruoft</ref> while Barrow's student [[Isaac Newton]] (1643–1727) completed the development of the surrounding mathematical theory. [[Gottfried Leibniz]] (1646–1716) systematized the knowledge into a calculus for infinitesimal quantities.<br />
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==Physical intuition==<br />
Intuitively, the theorem simply states that the sum of [[infinitesimal]] changes in a quantity over time (or over some other quantity) adds up to the net change in the quantity.<br />
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In the case of a particle traveling in a straight line, its position, ''x'', is given by ''x''(''t'') where ''t'' is time and ''x''(''t'') means that ''x'' is a [[function (mathematics)|function]] of ''t''. The derivative of this function is equal to the infinitesimal change in quantity, d''x'', per infinitesimal change in time, d''t'' (of course, the derivative itself is dependent on time). This change in displacement per change in time is the velocity ''v'' of the particle. In [[Leibniz notation|Leibniz's notation]]:<br />
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:<math>\frac{dx}{dt} = v(t). </math><br />
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[[differential (infinitesimal)|Rearranging this equation]], it follows that:<br />
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:<math>dx = v(t)\,dt. </math><br />
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By the logic above, a change in ''x'' (or Δ''x'') is the sum of the infinitesimal changes d''x''. It is also equal to the sum of the infinitesimal products of the derivative and time. This infinite summation is integration; hence, the integration operation allows the recovery of the original function from its derivative. It can be concluded that this operation works in reverse; the result of the integral can be differentiated to recover the original function.<br />
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==Geometric intuition==<br />
[[Image:FTC geometric.svg|500px|thumb|right|The area shaded in red stripes can be computed as ''h'' times ''&fnof;''(''x''). Alternatively, if the function ''A''(''x'') were known, it could be estimated as ''A''(''x''&nbsp;+&nbsp;''h'')&nbsp;&minus;&nbsp;''A''(''x''). These two values are approximately equal, particularly for small ''h''.]]<br />
For a continuous function {{nowrap|1=''y'' = ƒ(''x'')}} whose graph is plotted as a curve, each value of ''x'' has a corresponding area function ''A''(''x''), representing the area beneath the curve between 0 and ''x''. The function ''A''(''x'') may not be known, but it is given that it represents the area under the curve.<br />
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The area under the curve between ''x'' and ''x''&nbsp;+&nbsp;''h'' could be computed by finding the area between 0 and ''x''&nbsp;+&nbsp;''h'', then subtracting the area between 0 and ''x''. In other words, the area of this “sliver” would be {{nowrap|''A''(''x'' + ''h'') − ''A''(''x'')}}.<br />
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There is another way to ''estimate'' the area of this same sliver. ''h'' is multiplied by ƒ(''x'') to find the area of a rectangle that is approximately the same size as this sliver. It is intuitive that the approximation improves as ''h'' becomes smaller.<br />
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At this point, it is true ''A''(''x''&nbsp;+&nbsp;''h'')&nbsp;&minus;&nbsp;''A''(''x'') is approximately equal to ƒ(''x'')·''h''. In other words, {{nowrap|ƒ(''x'')·''h'' ≈ ''A''(''x'' + ''h'') − ''A''(''x'')}}, with this approximation becoming an equality as ''h'' approaches 0 in the [[limit of a function|limit]].<br />
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When both sides of the equation are divided by ''h'':<br />
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: <math>f(x) \approx \frac{A(x+h)-A(x)}{h}.</math><br />
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As ''h'' approaches 0, it can be seen that the right hand side of this equation is simply the [[derivative]] ''A''’(''x'') of the area function ''A''(''x''). The left-hand side of the equation simply remains ƒ(''x''), since no ''h'' is present.<br />
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It can thus be shown, in an informal way, that {{nowrap|1 = ƒ(''x'') = ''A''’(''x'')}}. That is, the derivative of the area function ''A''(''x'') is the original function ƒ(''x''); or, the area function is simply the [[antiderivative]] of the original function.<br />
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Computing the derivative of a function and “finding the area” under its curve are "opposite" operations. This is the crux of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Most of the theorem's proof is devoted to showing that the area function ''A''(''x'') exists in the first place.<br />
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==Formal statements==<br />
There are two parts to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Loosely put, the first part deals with the derivative of an [[antiderivative]], while the second part deals with the relationship between antiderivatives and [[definite integral]]s.<br />
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=== First part ===<br />
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This part is sometimes referred to as the '''First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus'''.<ref>{{harvnb|Apostol|1967|loc=§5.1}}</ref><br />
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Let ''&fnof;'' be a continuous real-valued function defined on a [[Interval (mathematics)#Terminology|closed interval]] [''a'', ''b'']. Let ''F'' be the function defined, for all ''x'' in [''a'', ''b''], by<br />
:<math>F(x) = \int_a^x f(t)\, dt\,.</math><br />
Then, ''F'' is continuous on [''a'', ''b''], differentiable on the open interval (''a'',&nbsp;''b''), and<br />
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:<math>F'(x) = f(x)\,</math><br />
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for all ''x'' in (''a'', ''b'').<br />
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===Corollary===<br />
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The fundamental theorem is often employed to compute the definite integral of a function ''&fnof;'' for which an antiderivative ''g'' is known. Specifically, if ''ƒ'' is a real-valued continuous function on [''a'',&nbsp;''b''], and ''g'' is an antiderivative of ''ƒ'' in [''a'',&nbsp;''b''], then<br />
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:<math>\int_a^b f(x)\, dx = g(b)-g(a).</math><br />
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The corollary assumes continuity on the whole interval. This result is strengthened slightly in the following theorem.<br />
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=== Second part ===<br />
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This part is sometimes referred to as the '''Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus'''<ref>{{harvnb|Apostol|1967|loc=§5.3}}</ref> or the '''Newton-Leibniz Axiom'''.<br />
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Let ''&fnof;'' be a real-valued function defined on a [[closed interval]] [''a'', ''b''] that admits an [[antiderivative]] ''g'' on [''a'',&nbsp;''b'']. That is, ''ƒ'' and ''g'' are functions such that for all ''x'' in [''a'',&nbsp;''b''],<br />
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:<math>f(x) = g'(x).\ </math><br />
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If ''&fnof;'' is integrable on [''a'',&nbsp;''b''] then<br />
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:<math>\int_a^b f(x)\,dx\, = g(b) - g(a).</math><br />
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Notice that the Second part is somewhat stronger than the Corollary because it does not assume that ''&fnof;'' is continuous.<br />
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Note that when an antiderivative ''g'' exists, then there are infinitely many antiderivatives for ''ƒ'', obtained by adding to ''g'' an arbitrary constant. Also, by the first part of the theorem, antiderivatives of ''ƒ'' always exist when ''ƒ'' is continuous.<br />
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==Proof of the first part==<br />
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For a given ''f''(''t''), define the function ''F''(''x'') as<br />
:<math>F(x) = \int_{a}^{x} f(t) \,dt\,.</math><br />
<br />
For any two numbers ''x''<sub>1</sub> and ''x''<sub>1</sub> + Δ''x'' in [''a'', ''b''], we have<br />
:<math>F(x_1) = \int_{a}^{x_1} f(t) \,dt</math><br />
and<br />
:<math>F(x_1 + \Delta x) = \int_{a}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt\,.</math><br />
<br />
Subtracting the two equations gives<br />
:<math>F(x_1 + \Delta x) - F(x_1) = \int_{a}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt - \int_{a}^{x_1} f(t) \,dt. \qquad (1)</math><br />
<br />
It can be shown that<br />
:<math>\int_{a}^{x_1} f(t) \,dt + \int_{x_1}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt = \int_{a}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt. </math><br />
:(The sum of the areas of two adjacent regions is equal to the area of both regions combined.)<br />
Manipulating this equation gives<br />
:<math>\int_{a}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt - \int_{a}^{x_1} f(t) \,dt = \int_{x_1}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt. </math><br />
<br />
Substituting the above into (1) results in<br />
:<math>F(x_1 + \Delta x) - F(x_1) = \int_{x_1}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt. \qquad (2)</math><br />
<br />
According to the [[mean value theorem]] for integration, there exists a ''c'' in [''x''<sub>1</sub>, ''x''<sub>1</sub> + Δ''x''] such that<br />
:<math>\int_{x_1}^{x_1 + \Delta x} f(t) \,dt = f(c) \Delta x \,.</math><br />
<br />
Substituting the above into (2) we get<br />
:<math>F(x_1 + \Delta x) - F(x_1) = f(c) \Delta x \,.</math><br />
<br />
Dividing both sides by Δ''x'' gives<br />
:<math>\frac{F(x_1 + \Delta x) - F(x_1)}{\Delta x} = f(c). </math><br />
:Notice that the expression on the left side of the equation is Newton's [[difference quotient]] for ''F'' at ''x''<sub>1</sub>.<br />
<br />
Take the limit as Δ''x'' → 0 on both sides of the equation.<br />
:<math>\lim_{\Delta x \to 0} \frac{F(x_1 + \Delta x) - F(x_1)}{\Delta x} = \lim_{\Delta x \to 0} f(c). </math><br />
<br />
The expression on the left side of the equation is the definition of the derivative of ''F'' at ''x''<sub>1</sub>.<br />
:<math>F'(x_1) = \lim_{\Delta x \to 0} f(c). \qquad (3) </math><br />
<br />
To find the other limit, we will use the [[squeeze theorem]]. The number ''c'' is in the interval [''x''<sub>1</sub>, ''x''<sub>1</sub> + Δ''x''], so ''x''<sub>1</sub> ≤ ''c'' ≤ ''x''<sub>1</sub> + Δ''x''.<br />
<br />
Also, <math>\lim_{\Delta x \to 0} x_1 = x_1</math> and <math>\lim_{\Delta x \to 0} x_1 + \Delta x = x_1\,.</math><br />
<br />
Therefore, according to the squeeze theorem,<br />
:<math>\lim_{\Delta x \to 0} c = x_1\,.</math><br />
<br />
Substituting into (3), we get<br />
:<math>F'(x_1) = \lim_{c \to x_1} f(c)\,.</math><br />
<br />
The function ''f'' is continuous at ''c'', so the limit can be taken inside the function. Therefore, we get<br />
:<math>F'(x_1) = f(x_1) \,.</math><br />
which completes the proof.<br />
<br />
<small>(Leithold et al, 1996)</small><br />
<br />
==Proof of the corollary==<br />
Let&nbsp; <math>F(x) = \int_a^x f(t)\, dt,</math>&nbsp; with ''&fnof;'' continuous on [''a'',&nbsp;''b'']. If ''g'' is an antiderivative of ''ƒ'', then ''g'' and ''F'' have the same derivative, by the ''first part''&thinsp; of the theorem. It follows by the mean value theorem that there is a number ''c'' such that {{nowrap|''F''(''x'') {{=}} ''g''(''x'') + ''c''}}, for all ''x'' in [''a'',&nbsp;''b'']. Letting {{nowrap|''x'' {{=}} ''a''}}, <br />
<br />
:<math>F(a) = \int_a^a f(t)\, dt = 0 = g(a) + c\,,</math><br />
<br />
which means ''c''&nbsp;= &minus;&nbsp;''g''(''a''). In other words ''F''(''x'')&nbsp;= {{nowrap|''g''(''x'') &minus; ''g''(''a'')}}, and so<br />
<br />
:<math>\int_a^b f(x)\, dx = g(b)-g(a).</math><br />
<br />
==Proof of the Second Part==<br />
This is a limit proof by [[Riemann integral|Riemann sums]].<br />
Let ''&fnof;'' be (Riemann) integrable on the interval [''a'',&nbsp;''b''], and let ''ƒ'' admit an antiderivative ''F'' on&nbsp;[''a'',&nbsp;''b'']. Begin with the quantity {{nowrap|''F''(''b'') &minus; ''F''(''a'')}}. Let there be numbers ''x''<sub>1</sub>, ..., ''x''<sub>''n''</sub> <br />
such that <br />
<br />
:<math>a = x_0 < x_1 < x_2 < \ldots < x_{n-1} < x_n = b\,.</math><br />
<br />
It follows that<br />
<br />
:<math>F(b) - F(a) = F(x_n) - F(x_0) \,.</math><br />
<br />
Now, we add each ''F''(''x''<sub>''i''</sub>) along with its additive inverse, so that the resulting quantity is equal:<br />
<br />
:<math>\begin{matrix} F(b) - F(a) & = & F(x_n)\,+\,[-F(x_{n-1})\,+\,F(x_{n-1})]\,+\,\ldots\,+\,[-F(x_1) + F(x_1)]\,-\,F(x_0) \, \\<br />
& = & [F(x_n)\,-\,F(x_{n-1})]\,+\,[F(x_{n-1})\,+\,\ldots\,-\,F(x_1)]\,+\,[F(x_1)\,-\,F(x_0)] \,. \end{matrix}</math><br />
<br />
The above quantity can be written as the following sum:<br />
<br />
:<math>F(b) - F(a) = \sum_{i=1}^n \,[F(x_i) - F(x_{i-1})]\,. \qquad (1)</math><br />
<br />
Next we will employ the [[mean value theorem]]. Stated briefly,<br />
<br />
Let ''F'' be continuous on the closed interval [''a'', ''b''] and differentiable on the open interval (''a'', ''b''). Then there exists some ''c'' in (''a'', ''b'') such that<br />
<br />
:<math>F'(c) = \frac{F(b) - F(a)}{b - a}\,.</math><br />
<br />
It follows that<br />
<br />
:<math>F'(c)(b - a) = F(b) - F(a). \,</math><br />
<br />
The function ''F'' is differentiable on the interval [''a'',&nbsp;''b'']; therefore, it is also differentiable and continuous on each interval {{nowrap|[''x''<sub>''i''&thinsp;&minus;1</sub>, ''x''<sub>''i''</sub>&thinsp;]}}. According to the mean value theorem (above),<br />
<br />
:<math>F(x_i) - F(x_{i-1}) = F'(c_i)(x_i - x_{i-1}) \,.</math><br />
<br />
Substituting the above into (1), we get<br />
<br />
:<math>F(b) - F(a) = \sum_{i=1}^n \,[F'(c_i)(x_i - x_{i-1})]\,.</math><br />
<br />
The assumption implies <math>F'(c_i) = f(c_i).</math> Also, <math>x_i - x_{i-1}</math> can be expressed as <math>\Delta x</math> of partition <math>i</math>.<br />
<br />
:<math>F(b) - F(a) = \sum_{i=1}^n \,[f(c_i)(\Delta x_i)]\,. \qquad (2)</math><br />
<br />
[[Image:Riemann.gif|right|thumb|A converging sequence of Riemann sums. The numbers in the upper right are the areas of the grey rectangles. They converge to the integral of the function.]]<br />
<br />
Notice that we are describing the area of a rectangle, with the width times the height, and we are adding the areas together. Each rectangle, by virtue of the [[Mean Value Theorem]], describes an approximation of the curve section it is drawn over. Also notice that <math>\Delta x_i</math> need not be the same for all values of&nbsp;''i'', or in other words that the width of the rectangles can differ. What we have to do is approximate the curve with ''n'' rectangles. Now, as the size of the partitions get smaller and ''n'' increases, resulting in more partitions to cover the space, we will get closer and closer to the actual area of the curve.<br />
<br />
By taking the limit of the expression as the norm of the partitions approaches zero, we arrive at the [[Riemann integral]]. We know that this limit exists because ''&fnof;'' was assumed to be integrable. That is, we take the limit as the largest of the partitions approaches zero in size, so that all other partitions are smaller and the number of partitions approaches infinity.<br />
<br />
So, we take the limit on both sides of (2). This gives us<br />
<br />
:<math>\lim_{\| \Delta \| \to 0} F(b) - F(a) = \lim_{\| \Delta \| \to 0} \sum_{i=1}^n \,[f(c_i)(\Delta x_i)]\,.</math><br />
<br />
Neither ''F''(''b'') nor ''F''(''a'') is dependent on ||Δ||, so the limit on the left side remains ''F''(''b'') - ''F''(''a'').<br />
<br />
:<math>F(b) - F(a) = \lim_{\| \Delta \| \to 0} \sum_{i=1}^n \,[f(c_i)(\Delta x_i)]\,.</math><br />
<br />
The expression on the right side of the equation defines the integral over ''&fnof;'' from ''a'' to ''b''. Therefore, we obtain<br />
<br />
:<math>F(b) - F(a) = \int_{a}^{b} f(x)\,dx\,,</math><br />
<br />
which completes the proof.<br />
<br />
It almost looks like the first part of the theorem follows directly from the second, because the equation&nbsp; <math>g(x) - g(a) = \int_a^x f(t) \, dt,</math>&thinsp; where ''g'' is an antiderivative of ''ƒ'', implies that&nbsp; <math>F(x) = \int_a^x f(t)\, dt\,</math>&thinsp; has the same derivative as ''g'', and therefore {{nowrap|''F''&thinsp;&prime; {{=}} ''&fnof;''}}. This argument only works if we already know that ''ƒ'' has an antiderivative, and the only way we know that all continuous functions have antiderivatives is by the first part of the Fundamental Theorem.<ref>{{Citation |last=Spivak|first=Michael|year=1980|title=Calculus|edition=2nd|publication-place=Houston, Texas|publisher=Publish or Perish Inc.}}</ref><br />
For example if ''ƒ''(''x'')&nbsp;= e<sup>&minus;''x''<sup>2</sup></sup>, then ''ƒ'' has an antiderivative, namely<br />
<br />
:<math>g(x) = \int_0^x f(t) \, dt\,</math><br />
<br />
and there is no simpler expression for this function. It is therefore important not to interpret the second part of the theorem as the definition of the integral. Indeed, there are many functions that are integrable but lack antiderivatives that can be written as an [[elementary function]]. Conversely, many functions that have antiderivatives are not Riemann integrable (see [[Volterra's function]]).<br />
<br />
==Examples==<br />
As an example, suppose the following is to be calculated:<br />
<br />
:<math>\int_2^5 x^2\, dx. </math><br />
<br />
Here, <math>f(x) = x^2 \,</math> and we can use <math>F(x) = {x^3\over 3} </math> as the antiderivative. Therefore:<br />
<br />
:<math>\int_2^5 x^2\, dx = F(5) - F(2) = {125 \over 3} - {8 \over 3} = {117 \over 3} = 39.</math><br />
<br />
Or, more generally, that<br />
<br />
:<math>{d \over dx} \int_0^x t^3\, dt </math><br />
is to be calculated. Here, <math>f(t) = t^3 \,</math> and <math>F(t) = {t^4 \over 4} </math> can be used as the antiderivative. Therefore:<br />
<br />
:<math>{d \over dx} \int_0^x t^3\, dt = {d \over dx} F(x) - {d \over dx} F(0) = {d \over dx} {x^4 \over 4} = x^3.</math><br />
<br />
Or, equivalently,<br />
<br />
:<math>{d \over dx} \int_0^x t^3\, dt = f(x) {dx \over dx} - f(0) {d0 \over dx} = x^3.</math><br />
<br />
==Generalizations==<br />
We don't need to assume continuity of ''ƒ'' on the whole interval. Part I of the theorem then says: if ''ƒ'' is any [[Lebesgue integration|Lebesgue integrable]] function on {{nowrap|[''a'', ''b'']}} and ''x''<sub>0</sub> is a number in {{nowrap|[''a'', ''b'']}} such that ''ƒ'' is continuous at ''x''<sub>0</sub>, then<br />
<br />
:<math>F(x) = \int_a^x f(t)\, dt</math><br />
<br />
is differentiable for ''x''&nbsp;= ''x''<sub>0</sub> with ''F<nowiki>'</nowiki>''(''x''<sub>0</sub>)&nbsp;= ''ƒ''(''x''<sub>0</sub>). We can relax the conditions on ''ƒ'' still further and suppose that it is merely locally integrable. In that case, we can conclude that the function ''F'' is differentiable [[almost everywhere]] and ''F<nowiki>'</nowiki>''(''x'')&nbsp;= ''ƒ''(''x'') almost everywhere. On the real line this statement is equivalent to [[Lebesgue differentiation theorem|Lebesgue's differentiation theorem]]. These results remain true for the Henstock–Kurzweil integral which allows a larger class of integrable functions {{harv|Bartle|2001|loc=Thm. 4.11}}.<br />
<br />
In higher dimensions Lebesgue's differentiation theorem generalizes the Fundamental theorem of calculus by stating that for almost every ''x'', the average value of a function ''ƒ'' over a ball of radius ''r'' centered at ''x'' will tend to ''ƒ''(''x'') as ''r'' tends to 0.<br />
<br />
Part II of the theorem is true for any Lebesgue integrable function ''ƒ'' which has an antiderivative ''F'' (not all integrable functions do, though). In other words, if a real function ''F'' on [''a'',&nbsp;''b''] admits a derivative ''ƒ''(''x'') at ''every''&thinsp; point ''x'' of {{nowrap|[''a'', ''b'']}} and if this derivative ''ƒ'' is Lebesgue integrable on [''a'',&nbsp;''b''], then<br />
<br />
:<math>F(b) - F(a) = \int_a^b f(t) \, \mathrm{d}t.</math> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;{{harvtxt|Rudin|1987|loc=th. 7.21}}<br />
<br />
This result may fail for continuous functions ''F'' that admit a derivative ''ƒ''(''x'') at almost every point ''x'', as the example of the [[Cantor function]] shows. But the result remains true if ''F'' is [[Absolute continuity|absolutely continuous]]: in that case, ''F'' admits a derivative ''ƒ''(''x'') at almost every point ''x'' and, as in the formula above, {{nowrap|''F''(''b'') &minus; ''F''(''a'')}} is equal to the integral of ''ƒ'' on [''a'',&nbsp;''b''].<br />
<br />
The conditions of this theorem may again be relaxed by considering the integrals involved as [[Henstock-Kurzweil integral]]s. Specifically, if a continuous function ''F''(''x'') admits a derivative ''ƒ''(''x'') at all but countably many points, then ''ƒ''(''x'') is Henstock-Kurzweil integrable and {{nowrap|''F''(''b'') &minus; ''F''(''a'')}} is equal to the integral of ''ƒ'' on [''a'',&nbsp;''b'']. The difference here is that the integrability of ''ƒ'' does not need to be assumed. {{harv|Bartle|2001|loc=Thm. 4.7}}<br />
<br />
The version of [[Taylor's theorem]] which expresses the error term as an integral can be seen as a generalization of the Fundamental Theorem.<br />
<br />
There is a version of the theorem for [[complex number|complex]] functions: suppose ''U'' is an open set in '''C''' and ''ƒ''&nbsp;: ''U''&nbsp;→ '''C''' is a function which has a [[holomorphic function|holomorphic]] antiderivative ''F'' on&nbsp;''U''. Then for every curve γ&nbsp;: [''a'',&nbsp;''b'']&nbsp;→ ''U'', the [[curve integral]] can be computed as<br />
<br />
:<math>\int_{\gamma} f(z) \,dz = F(\gamma(b)) - F(\gamma(a))\,.</math><br />
<br />
The fundamental theorem can be generalized to curve and surface integrals in higher dimensions and on [[manifold]]s. One such generalization offered by the [[calculus of moving surfaces]] is the [[time evolution of integrals]].<br />
<br />
One of the most powerful statements in this direction is [[Stokes' theorem]]: Let ''M'' be an oriented [[piecewise]] smooth [[manifold]] of [[dimension]] ''n'' and let <math>\omega</math> be an ''n''&minus;1 form that is a [[compactly supported]] [[differential form]] on ''M'' of class C<sup>1</sup>. If ∂''M'' denotes the [[manifold|boundary]] of ''M'' with its induced [[Orientation (mathematics)|orientation]], then<br />
<br />
:<math>\int_M \mathrm{d}\omega = \oint_{\partial M} \omega\,.</math><br />
<br />
Here <math>\mathrm{d}\!\,</math> is the [[exterior derivative]], which is defined using the manifold structure only.<br />
<br />
The theorem is often used in situations where ''M'' is an embedded oriented submanifold of some bigger manifold on which the form <math>\omega</math> is defined.</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=President&diff=201President2011-01-23T04:31:54Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The [[President]] is responsible for the smooth operation of the society. This can include a wide range of work including: representing the society to different groups on campus; drafting and negotiation of contracts; dealing with legal issues; and of course, working with the officers and directors of the society.<br />
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The President represents the society, the officers, and the directors in many different forums with the faculty, the alumni, UTSU, industry, and much more. There are a number of committees and boards that the President participates in, but this may change from year to year. This includes the Engineering Alumni Council, Engineering Society Council, Faculty Executive Committee, Student-Faculty Committee, Ombuds Committeee, St. George Round Table, UTSU Board of Directors (non-voting member), and is an Ex-Officio member of any engineering society standing committees.<br />
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The President’s portfolio is comprised of the officer’s of the society, the business manager, and most of the ex-officio directors. This includes:<br />
*Business Manager<br />
*Officers: VP Finance, VP Communications, VP Academic, VP External, VP Student Life<br />
*Discipline Club Chairs: Chem, Civ, Comp, Elec, Nsci, Indy, Mse, Mek, Min<br />
*Chief Attiliator<br />
*Executive Faculty Council Representative<br />
*Fourth Year Chair<br />
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== Past Presidents ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Kevin P. Siu<br />
| NΨ 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Jimmy Lu<br />
| Civ 1T0<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Jonathan Asmis<br />
| NΨ 0T8<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| Alaina LaGrou<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 2006-2007<br />
| Mei Ling Chen<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 2005-2006<br />
| Todd Reichert<br />
| NΨ 0T5<br />
|-<br />
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<div>The President is responsible for the smooth operation of the society. This can include a wide range of work including: representing the society to different groups on campus; drafting and negotiation of contracts; dealing with legal issues; and of course, working with the officers and directors of the society.<br />
The President represents the society, the officers, and the directors in many different forums with the faculty, the alumni, SAC, industry, and much more. There are a number of committees and boards that the President participates in, but this may change from year to year. This includes the Engineering Alumni Council, Engineering Society Council, Faculty Executive Committee, Student-Faculty Committee, Ombuds Committeee, St. George Round Table, SAC board of directors (non-voting member), and is an Ex-officio member of any engineering society standing committees.<br />
<br />
The President’s portfolio is comprised of the officer’s of the society, the business manager, and most of the ex-officio directors. This includes:<br />
*Business Manager<br />
*Officers: VP Finance, VP Communications, VP Academic, VP External, VP Student Life<br />
*Discipline Club Chairs: Chem, Civ, Comp, Elec, Nsci, Indy, Mse, Mek, Min<br />
*Chief Attiliator<br />
*Executive Faculty Council Representative<br />
*Fourth Year Chair<br />
<br />
== Past Presidents ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Kevin P. Siu<br />
| NΨ 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Jimmy Lu<br />
| Civ 1T0<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Jonathan Asmis<br />
| NΨ 0T8<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| Alaina LaGrou<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 2006-2007<br />
| Mei Ling Chen<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
| 2005-2006<br />
| Todd Reichert<br />
| NΨ 0T5<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Student_Life&diff=192VP Student Life2011-01-22T22:23:27Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "Ever feel like engineering is just dragging you down? Maybe it’s time you took a look outside of the classroom. The VP Student Life is responsible for supporting and liaising w..."</p>
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<div>Ever feel like engineering is just dragging you down? Maybe it’s time you took a look outside of the classroom. The VP Student Life is responsible for supporting and liaising with the many diverse Engineering Affiliated Clubs that exist within the Skule community. Whether it be cultural, professional, charitable, competitive, or hobby-based, there’s a thriving collection of student groups just waiting to be discovered here in engineering. Can’t seem to find a club that you like? If you want to start your own club or hold your own event, the VP Student Life will be glad to help you out. Aside from all that, the VP Student Life is also responsible for overseeing the Student Life portfolio, dealing with issues of student space and liaising with the Faculty on issues of student involvement. Interested in starting up a club? Have comments on student issues? Want to know how to get involved? Feel free to send an e-mail to vpstudentlife@skule.ca!<br />
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The VP Student Life’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
*Orientation Director<br />
*Skule Points Director<br />
*Student Issues Director<br />
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== Past VP Student Lifes ==<br />
<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Albert Huynh<br />
| Chem 1T2T1<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Wayne Lin<br />
| Indy 1T1T1+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Jimmy Lu<br />
| Civ 1T0<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| George Missios<br />
| Chem 0T9<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Academic&diff=191VP Academic2011-01-22T22:20:40Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The VP Academic is responsible for the academic side of student life. Like most officers, he has an open door policy and is knowledgeable in advocacy issues regarding the Society and its constituents. He deals with the faculty on issues such as engineering minors, TA accountability, and petitioning. He is also in charge of all academic services offered by the society, such as courses.skule.ca. The VP Academic’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
*UTEK Director<br />
*Hi-Skule Liason<br />
*Professional Development Director<br />
*Career Fair Director<br />
*Class Representatives<br />
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== Past VP Academics ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
!Year<br />
!Name<br />
!Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Yi Wei Ang<br />
| Indy 1T2T1+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| David Cheung<br />
| Civ 1T1T1+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Daryl Martis<br />
| ECE1T0<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_External&diff=190VP External2011-01-22T22:20:09Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "The VP External is responsible for keeping ties with groups outside the Engineering Society and serves as a single point of contact for any external organizations to liaise with ..."</p>
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<div>The VP External is responsible for keeping ties with groups outside the Engineering Society and serves as a single point of contact for any external organizations to liaise with our students. The VP External represents the Society at the Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario (ESSCO) and the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES), and liaises with professional organizations including Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) and the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE). He selects and leads the Society’s delegations to conferences run by these organizations, and is responsible for implementing, here at U of T, good ideas and best practices discussed at these conferences. As well, the VP External is responsible for informing students about opportunities with external organizations, especially ESSCO and CFES. The External portfolio includes:<br />
*Community Outreach Director<br />
*UTSU Directors for Engineering<br />
*Governor (Governing Council representative)<br />
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== Past VP Communications ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Mauricio Curbelo<br />
| Civ 1T3<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Abhishek Mathur<br />
| Mech 1T2+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| George Missios<br />
| Chem 0T9<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| Eamon McDermott<br />
| NΨ 0T5<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Academic&diff=189VP Academic2011-01-22T22:16:16Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "The VP Academic is responsible for the academic side of student life. Like most officers, he has an open door policy and is knowledgeable in advocacy issues regarding the Society..."</p>
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<div>The VP Academic is responsible for the academic side of student life. Like most officers, he has an open door policy and is knowledgeable in advocacy issues regarding the Society and its constituents. He deals with the faculty on issues such as engineering minors, TA accountability, and petitioning. He is also in charge of all academic services offered by the society, such as courses.skule.ca. The VP Academic’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
*UTEK Director<br />
*Hi-Skule Liason<br />
*Professional Development Director<br />
*Career Fair Director<br />
*Class Representatives<br />
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{| class="wikitable"<br />
!Year<br />
!Name<br />
!Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Yi Wei Ang<br />
| Indy 1T2T1+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| David Cheung<br />
| Civ 1T1T1+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Daryl Martis<br />
| ECE1T0<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Communications&diff=188VP Communications2011-01-22T21:59:38Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The VP Communications is responsible for communication matters within the society – this includes sending out mass-mail, and overseeing both the website and the society’s five official publications (Toike Oike, Cannon, F!rosh Handbook, Skule Planner and Skulebook). The VP Communications also maintains documentation essential to the Engineering Society, such as its constitution and meeting minutes. In addition, The VP Communications also organizes the monthly council meetings, as well as the annual general meeting. Last, and certainly not least, the VP Communications is a member of the Executive, and as such participates with the President and the other VPs in fashioning and implementing Engineering Society initiatives.The VP Communications’ portfolio of directors are all linked to the Society’s communication media. They include:<br />
*Archivist<br />
*Cannon Editor<br />
*Computer Systems Administrator<br />
*Engineering Communications Chair<br />
*F!rosh Handbook Editor<br />
*Skulebook Editor<br />
*Toike Oike Editor<br />
*Webmaster<br />
<br />
== Past VP Communications ==<br />
{| class = "wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Abhishek Mathur<br />
| Mech 1T2+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Amanda Bell<br />
| Indy 1T1+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| John Matienzo<br />
| ECE 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| Sam Vafaee<br />
| ECE 0T9+PEY<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Communications&diff=187VP Communications2011-01-22T21:57:37Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "The VP Communications is responsible for communication matters within the society – this includes sending out mass-mail, and overseeing both the website and the society’s fiv..."</p>
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<div>The VP Communications is responsible for communication matters within the society – this includes sending out mass-mail, and overseeing both the website and the society’s five official publications (Toike Oike, Cannon, F!rosh Handbook, Skule Planner and Skulebook). The VP Communications also maintains documentation essential to the Engineering Society, such as its constitution and meeting minutes. In addition, The VP Communications also organizes the monthly council meetings, as well as the annual general meeting. Last, and certainly not least, the VP Communications is a member of the Executive, and as such participates with the President and the other VPs in fashioning and implementing Engineering Society initiatives.The VP Communications’ portfolio of directors are all linked to the Society’s communication media. They include:<br />
*Archivist<br />
*Cannon Editor<br />
*Computer Systems Administrator<br />
*Engineering Communications Chair<br />
*F!rosh Handbook Editor<br />
*Skulebook Editor<br />
*Toike Oike Editor<br />
*Webmaster</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Finance&diff=186VP Finance2011-01-22T21:55:44Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Past VP Finances */</p>
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<div>The Vice-President Finance or [[VP Finance]] is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engineering Society’s members and the upkeep of accounting records with respect to all financial and like transactions of the Society. As well, the VP Finance ensures that students’ funds are spent in an appropriate manner, satisifactory to our constituents. The VP Finance’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
<br />
*Cafeteria Managers<br />
*Cannonball Chair<br />
*Gradball Chair<br />
*Engineering Stores Managers<br />
*Skule Nite Liason<br />
*Sponsorship Director<br />
*SUDS Managers<br />
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As well, the VP Finance oversees the disbursement of the [[Student Levy Fund]] to the various departments in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto.<br />
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== Past VP Finances ==<br />
{| class = "wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Ryan Bradley<br />
| NΨ 1T2<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Kyle Dupont<br />
| Mech 0T9+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Cyrene Wu<br />
| Civ 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| Evan Jones<br />
| Civ 0T9<br />
|-<br />
| 2006-2007<br />
| Paul Radcliffe<br />
| NΨ 0T7<br />
|-<br />
| 2005-2006<br />
| Eamon McDermott<br />
| NΨ 0T5<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Finance&diff=185VP Finance2011-01-22T21:54:49Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Past VP Finances */</p>
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<div>The Vice-President Finance or [[VP Finance]] is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engineering Society’s members and the upkeep of accounting records with respect to all financial and like transactions of the Society. As well, the VP Finance ensures that students’ funds are spent in an appropriate manner, satisifactory to our constituents. The VP Finance’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
<br />
*Cafeteria Managers<br />
*Cannonball Chair<br />
*Gradball Chair<br />
*Engineering Stores Managers<br />
*Skule Nite Liason<br />
*Sponsorship Director<br />
*SUDS Managers<br />
<br />
As well, the VP Finance oversees the disbursement of the [[Student Levy Fund]] to the various departments in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto.<br />
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== Past VP Finances ==<br />
{| class = "wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Ryan Bradley<br />
| NΨ 1T2<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Kyle Dupont<br />
| Mech 0T9+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Cyrene Wu<br />
| Civ 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| Evan Jones<br />
| NΨ 0T9<br />
|-<br />
| 2006-2007<br />
| Paul Radcliffe<br />
| NΨ 0T7<br />
|-<br />
| 2005-2006<br />
| Eamon McDermott<br />
| NΨ 0T8<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Finance&diff=184VP Finance2011-01-22T21:54:27Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Past VP Finances */</p>
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<div>The Vice-President Finance or [[VP Finance]] is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engineering Society’s members and the upkeep of accounting records with respect to all financial and like transactions of the Society. As well, the VP Finance ensures that students’ funds are spent in an appropriate manner, satisifactory to our constituents. The VP Finance’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
<br />
*Cafeteria Managers<br />
*Cannonball Chair<br />
*Gradball Chair<br />
*Engineering Stores Managers<br />
*Skule Nite Liason<br />
*Sponsorship Director<br />
*SUDS Managers<br />
<br />
As well, the VP Finance oversees the disbursement of the [[Student Levy Fund]] to the various departments in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto.<br />
<br />
== Past VP Finances ==<br />
{| class = "wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Ryan Bradley<br />
| Nψ 1T2<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
| Kyle Dupont<br />
| Mech 0T9+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
| Cyrene Wu<br />
| Civ 1T0+PEY<br />
|-<br />
| 2007-2008<br />
| Evan Jones<br />
| Nψ 0T9<br />
|-<br />
| 2006-2007<br />
| Paul Radcliffe<br />
| Nψ 0T7<br />
|-<br />
| 2005-2006<br />
| Eamon McDermott<br />
| Nψ 0T8<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Finance&diff=183VP Finance2011-01-22T21:54:14Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The Vice-President Finance or [[VP Finance]] is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engineering Society’s members and the upkeep of accounting records with respect to all financial and like transactions of the Society. As well, the VP Finance ensures that students’ funds are spent in an appropriate manner, satisifactory to our constituents. The VP Finance’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
<br />
*Cafeteria Managers<br />
*Cannonball Chair<br />
*Gradball Chair<br />
*Engineering Stores Managers<br />
*Skule Nite Liason<br />
*Sponsorship Director<br />
*SUDS Managers<br />
<br />
As well, the VP Finance oversees the disbursement of the [[Student Levy Fund]] to the various departments in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto.<br />
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== Past VP Finances ==<br />
{| class = "wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
| Ryan Bradley<br />
| Nψ 1T2<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=VP_Finance&diff=182VP Finance2011-01-22T21:43:32Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "The Vice-President Finance or VP Finance is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engi..."</p>
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<div>The Vice-President Finance or [[VP Finance]] is the Chief Financial Officer of the Society. Responsibilities include the preparation of operating budgets for approval by the Engineering Society’s members and the upkeep of accounting records with respect to all financial and like transactions of the Society. As well, the VP Finance ensures that students’ funds are spent in an appropriate manner, satisifactory to our constituents. The VP Finance’s portfolio of directors includes:<br />
<br />
*Cafeteria Managers<br />
*Cannonball Chair<br />
*Gradball Chair<br />
*Engineering Stores Managers<br />
*Skule Nite Liason<br />
*Sponsorship Director<br />
*SUDS Managers<br />
<br />
As well, the VP Finance oversees the disbursement of the [[Student Levy Fund]] to the various departments in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto.<br />
<br />
== Past VP Finances ==<br />
{ class = "wikitable"<br />
! Year<br />
! Name<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Homecoming&diff=181Homecoming2011-01-22T21:40:06Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>While [[Homecoming]] is a much more understated affair at the University of Toronto than at other universities in North America, Skule&trade; has always tried to bring as much attention and spirit to the weekend as possible. Traditionally, Homecoming occurs on the first weekend of October. The week before Homecoming, the Blue & Gold Committee organizes the construction of a float for a Homecoming parade. For a list of past floats, please see the Blue & Gold Committee page. As well, the Friday of Homecoming, [[Suds]] hosts an Alumni Suds event, where all Skule&trade; alumni are invited back to SUDS for an evening to drink and reminisce with old friends. Finally, the weekend concludes with the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad crashing the Homecoming football game and Varsity Stadium.</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Homecoming&diff=180Homecoming2011-01-22T21:39:53Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>While Homecoming is a much more understated affair at the University of Toronto than at other universities in North America, Skule&trade; has always tried to bring as much attention and spirit to the weekend as possible. Traditionally, Homecoming occurs on the first weekend of October. The week before Homecoming, the Blue & Gold Committee organizes the construction of a float for a Homecoming parade. For a list of past floats, please see the Blue & Gold Committee page. As well, the Friday of Homecoming, [[Suds]] hosts an Alumni Suds event, where all Skule&trade; alumni are invited back to SUDS for an evening to drink and reminisce with old friends. Finally, the weekend concludes with the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad crashing the Homecoming football game and Varsity Stadium.</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Suds&diff=179Suds2011-01-22T21:39:21Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "Suds is the pub operated by the Engineering Society. Affectionately known as the 'Engineering Pre-Pub Pub', Suds is open every Friday afternoon during the Skule&trade; year ..."</p>
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<div>[[Suds]] is the pub operated by the Engineering Society. Affectionately known as the 'Engineering Pre-Pub Pub', Suds is open every Friday afternoon during the Skule&trade; year and every day during [[F!rosh Week]] and [[Godiva Week]]. Suds is part of what makes Skule&trade; unique as it is the last student-run bar on campus. But that's all that should be mentioned here, as advertising online is not permitted by its licensing body, so if you have questions please e-mail the managers at Suds at suds@skule.ca.<br />
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== Past SUDS Managers ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Title<br />
! Name<br />
|-<br />
| '''2010-2011'''<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Operations<br />
| Ian Parker<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Finance<br />
| Denizcan Karadadas<br />
|-<br />
| '''2009-2010'''<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Operations<br />
| Franz LaZerte<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Finance<br />
| Ariel Feldman<br />
|-<br />
| '''2008-2009'''<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Operations<br />
| Vanessa di Battista<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Finance<br />
| Ryan Campbell<br />
|-<br />
| '''2007-2008'''<br />
| <br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Operations<br />
| Charlsie Searle<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Finance<br />
| Jennifer Lee<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Welcome&diff=178Welcome2011-01-22T21:38:11Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Content by Year */</p>
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<div>Skulepedia is a source of information for all Skule&trade;-related things. It is a repository maintained by students and alumni of Skule&trade; who are proud to have gone through our great institution, with its grand traditions and deep history. <br />
<br />
The goal of Skulepedia is to comprehensively collect and organize information about Skule&trade; life over the years. We welcome the participation of all Skulemates and alumni to help us along the way!<br />
<br />
==Featured Pages==<br />
*[[Godiva Week]]<br />
:*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]]<br />
:*[[Godiva's Crown]]<br />
:*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]]<br />
*[[Sword in the Stone]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto Engineering Kompetitions]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto High School Design Competition]]<br />
<br />
*[[List of Clubs]]<br />
<br />
==Content by Year==<br />
*[[2010-2011]]<br />
*[[2009-2010]]<br />
*[[2008-2009]]</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Welcome&diff=177Welcome2011-01-22T21:37:46Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>Skulepedia is a source of information for all Skule&trade;-related things. It is a repository maintained by students and alumni of Skule&trade; who are proud to have gone through our great institution, with its grand traditions and deep history. <br />
<br />
The goal of Skulepedia is to comprehensively collect and organize information about Skule&trade; life over the years. We welcome the participation of all Skulemates and alumni to help us along the way!<br />
<br />
==Featured Pages==<br />
*[[Godiva Week]]<br />
:*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]]<br />
:*[[Godiva's Crown]]<br />
:*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]]<br />
*[[Sword in the Stone]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto Engineering Kompetitions]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto High School Design Competition]]<br />
<br />
*[[List of Clubs]]<br />
<br />
==Content by Year==<br />
*[[2010-2011]]</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Welcome&diff=175Welcome2011-01-22T21:37:09Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Featured Pages */</p>
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<div>Skulepedia is a source of information for all Skule&trade;-related things. It is a repository maintained by students and alumni of Skule&trade; who are proud to have gone through our great institution, with its grand traditions and deep history. <br />
<br />
The goal of Skulepedia is to comprehensively collect and organize information about Skule&trade; life over the years. We welcome the participation of all Skulemates and alumni to help us along the way!<br />
<br />
==Featured Pages==<br />
*[[Godiva Week]]<br />
:*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]]<br />
:*[[Godiva's Crown]]<br />
:*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]]<br />
*[[Sword in the Stone]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto Engineering Kompetitions]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto High School Design Competition (UTHSDC)]]<br />
<br />
*[[List of Clubs]]<br />
<br />
==Content by Year==<br />
*[[2010-2011]]</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Welcome&diff=174Welcome2011-01-22T21:36:50Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Featured Pages */</p>
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<div>Skulepedia is a source of information for all Skule&trade;-related things. It is a repository maintained by students and alumni of Skule&trade; who are proud to have gone through our great institution, with its grand traditions and deep history. <br />
<br />
The goal of Skulepedia is to comprehensively collect and organize information about Skule&trade; life over the years. We welcome the participation of all Skulemates and alumni to help us along the way!<br />
<br />
==Featured Pages==<br />
*[[Godiva Week]]<br />
:*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]]<br />
:*[[Godiva's Crown]]<br />
:*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]]<br />
*[[Sword in the Stone]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto Engineering Kompetitions]]<br />
*[[University of Toronto High School Design Competition]]<br />
<br />
*[[List of Clubs]]<br />
<br />
==Content by Year==<br />
*[[2010-2011]]</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=University_of_Toronto_High_School_Design_Competition_(UTHSDC)&diff=173University of Toronto High School Design Competition (UTHSDC)2011-01-22T21:36:18Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The [[University of Toronto High School Design Competition]] (UTHSDC) is an annual design competition for high school students from Grade 10 to 12 in the Ontario region. High School students who participate in UTHSDC get an opportunity to experience aspects of engineering design and communication in a competitive environment in one of Canada's best engineering universities.<br />
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==Competitions==<br />
UTHSDC is a day long competition with an awards ceremony held at the end of the competition day. Competitors form teams of 4, and are presented with a design challenge in the beginning of the day. The design question is usually to build a prototype to solve a model engineering challenge. Competitors are encouraged to analyze the engineering problem in depth to extract the main functions, objectives, and constraints of the project. They are then required to build working prototypes that solves the design problem, with design and time restrictions.<br />
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==Past Winning Teams==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Award<br />
! School<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| '''First Place'''<br />
| Earl Haig Secondary School <br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| '''Second Place'''<br />
| Western Technical Commercial School<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| '''Third Place'''<br />
| Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| '''Most Aesthetically Pleasing Design'''<br />
| Woburn Collegiate Institute<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| '''Most Economically Feasible Design'''<br />
| Richmond Hill High School<br />
|-<br />
| 2009<br />
| '''First Place'''<br />
| Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School (Waterloo)<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Brute_Force_Committee&diff=172Brute Force Committee2011-01-22T21:08:45Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The [[Brute Force Committee]] does not exist, never has existed, and will never exist.</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Brute_Force_Committee&diff=171Brute Force Committee2011-01-22T21:08:27Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "The Brute Force Committee does not exist, never has existed, and will never exist."</p>
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<div>The Brute Force Committee does not exist, never has existed, and will never exist.</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Ultimate_F!rosh&diff=170Ultimate F!rosh2011-01-22T21:00:07Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The [[Ultimate F!rosh]] competition takes place on the Tuesday evening of [[Godiva Week]]. Unlike many other [[Godiva Week]] competitions, such as [[Mr. Blue & Gold]] or [[Godiva's Crown]], where F!rosh are forbidden from winning, Ultimate F!rosh can only be won by a first year student. The competition consists of a series of challenges determined by the previous year's Ultimate F!rosh and the runner-up from the year before.<br />
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Upon winning, the victorious F!rosh is rewarded a hardhat and swears an oath to jump up and down on command for until the next Ultimate F!rosh is chosen one year later.<br />
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== Past Ultimate F!rosh Winners ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Winner<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2011<br />
| Nancy Ho<br />
| Track One<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| Jonathan Ng<br />
| ECE<br />
|-<br />
| 2009<br />
| Richard Medal<br />
| ECE<br />
|-<br />
| 2008<br />
| Yuri Savguira<br />
| MSE<br />
|-<br />
| 2007<br />
| Rob Richer<br />
| Chem<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=2010-2011&diff=1692010-20112011-01-22T20:59:16Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Internal Directors */</p>
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<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Ryan Bradley<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - Abhishek Mathur<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - Yi-Wei Ang<br />
*[[VP External]] - Mauricio Curbelo<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Albert Huynh<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Donnie Yee<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Gibran Kichlu<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Layan Kutob<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Dan Liu<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Denizcan Karadadas<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Ian Parker<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Nicole Deen<br />
*[[Career Fair]] Director - Art De Guzman<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Sandra Sousa<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Nitla Cooke<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - Rafal Dittwald<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Hubert Ka<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Maegan Chang<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Celine Ko*/Wacy Su<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - Prachy Mohan<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Huda Idrees<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Owyn Notario<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - Saminur Majumder<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Michelle Cho<br />
*[[Skule Points]] Director - Roshan Thanapalan<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Zoriana Workun<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Jonathan Ng<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Akid Azfar*<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Navid Nourian<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Freddy Chen<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Valentin Peretroukhin<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Milos Uskokovic<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Stephen Pinto<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Connie Jia<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Raphael Sammut<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Kyle Serkies<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Julie Hommik & Chris Siemieniuch<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Julianna Keech<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T4 ||Ishan Gupta<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Ajay Kochar<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Samenna Mulam<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Saeed Kaddoura<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T4 ||Eduard Broun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Momo Sun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Hamed Shalileh<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kevin Zhang<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T4 ||Ryan Mintz<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Jonathan Ng<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T4 ||Victor Zhang<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Zachary Fejes<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Minghua Zhao<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Bahar Memarian<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T4 ||Patrick Zem / Yuqi Ma<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Zimu Zhu<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Farrokh Mansourri<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Galen Hogan<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T4 ||Lea Janossy<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Nitla Cooke<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Anna Sheu<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T4 ||Pratik Engineer<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Abrar Mahmud<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Jacquelyn MacCoon<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Damian Durlik<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T4 ||Omer Shargall<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Trevor Burton<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Ryan Persaud<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||David Clease<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T4 ||Mike Chen<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Sebastien Balda<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Paolo Tomasone<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T4 ||Teresa Nguyen<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - Xin Ma<br />
*Second Year - Gabriel Stavros<br />
*Third Year - Ryan Persaud<br />
*PEY Rep - David Cheung<br />
*Fourth Year - Katerina Daginis<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Alex Martins<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - Addie Denison<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Peter Raimondo & Addie Denison<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Mason Lau<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Katerina Daginis<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Katerina Daginis<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Victor Zhang<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Luis Ramirez<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Sandra Sousa<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Nancy Ho<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - ECE<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Megan Lund<br />
*UTSU Director - Sheema Khan<br />
*UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ken Kuran<br />
<br />
==Conferences Hosted==<br />
[[PEO Student Conference]] 2010</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Gradball&diff=168Gradball2011-01-22T20:57:35Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>Gradball is the annual formal held by the Engineering Society. It is traditionally held during the winter term the weekend following the Ceremony of the Iron Ring. It is a celebration of Skule™ spirit and the current year's graduating class, though students from all years are encouraged to attend.<br />
The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad and the Skule™ Cannon both make appearances at Gradball. At Gradball, the Joonyur Bnad Leedur and D(r)umb Miner officially take the reins of the LGMB, becoming the Bnad Leedur and D(r)umb Majur(k) respectively.<br />
In addition, the Chief Attiliator, the custodian of the Skule™ Cannon for the past year, is revealed to the students at this event.<br />
<br />
== Past Gradball Venues ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Chair<br />
! Venue<br />
|-<br />
| 2011<br />
| Celine Ko*/Wacy Su<br />
| Hilton Toronto<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| Cyrene Wu<br />
| Westin Harbourfront Castle<br />
|-<br />
| 2009<br />
| Charlsie Searle<br />
| ?<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=2010-2011&diff=1672010-20112011-01-22T20:55:05Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Conferences Hosted */</p>
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<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Ryan Bradley<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - Abhishek Mathur<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - Yi-Wei Ang<br />
*[[VP External]] - Mauricio Curbelo<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Albert Huynh<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Donnie Yee<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Gibran Kichlu<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Layan Kutob<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Dan Liu<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Denizcan Karadadas<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Ian Parker<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Nicole Deen<br />
*[[Career Fair]] Director - Art De Guzman<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Sandra Sousa<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Nitla Cooke<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - Rafal Dittwald<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Hubert Ka<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Maegan Chang<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Wacy Su<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - Prachy Mohan<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Huda Idrees<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Owyn Notario<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - Saminur Majumder<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Michelle Cho<br />
*[[Skule Points]] Director - Roshan Thanapalan<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Zoriana Workun<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Jonathan Ng<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Akid Azfar*<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Navid Nourian<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Freddy Chen<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Valentin Peretroukhin<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Milos Uskokovic<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Stephen Pinto<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Connie Jia<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Raphael Sammut<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Kyle Serkies<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Julie Hommik & Chris Siemieniuch<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Julianna Keech<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T4 ||Ishan Gupta<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Ajay Kochar<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Samenna Mulam<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Saeed Kaddoura<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T4 ||Eduard Broun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Momo Sun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Hamed Shalileh<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kevin Zhang<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T4 ||Ryan Mintz<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Jonathan Ng<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T4 ||Victor Zhang<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Zachary Fejes<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Minghua Zhao<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Bahar Memarian<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T4 ||Patrick Zem / Yuqi Ma<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Zimu Zhu<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Farrokh Mansourri<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Galen Hogan<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T4 ||Lea Janossy<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Nitla Cooke<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Anna Sheu<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T4 ||Pratik Engineer<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Abrar Mahmud<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Jacquelyn MacCoon<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||Damian Durlik<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T4 ||Omer Shargall<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Trevor Burton<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Ryan Persaud<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||David Clease<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T4 ||Mike Chen<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T3 ||Sebastien Balda<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Paolo Tomasone<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T1 ||<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T4 ||Teresa Nguyen<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - Xin Ma<br />
*Second Year - Gabriel Stavros<br />
*Third Year - Ryan Persaud<br />
*PEY Rep - David Cheung<br />
*Fourth Year - Katerina Daginis<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Alex Martins<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - Addie Denison<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Peter Raimondo & Addie Denison<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Mason Lau<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Katerina Daginis<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Katerina Daginis<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Victor Zhang<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Luis Ramirez<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Sandra Sousa<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Nancy Ho<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - ECE<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Megan Lund<br />
*UTSU Director - Sheema Khan<br />
*UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ken Kuran<br />
<br />
==Conferences Hosted==<br />
[[PEO Student Conference]] 2010</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=2009-2010&diff=1662009-20102011-01-22T20:54:32Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Conferences Hosted */</p>
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<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Jimmy Lu<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Kyle Dupont<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - Amanda Bell<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - David Cheung<br />
*[[VP External]] - Abhishek Mathur<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Wayne Lin<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Khadem Alam<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Charlsie Searle<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Landy Cheung<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Wayne Choi<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Ariel Feldman<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Franz LaZerte<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Huda Idrees<br />
*[[Career Fair]] Director - Tim Chen<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Bernadette Ho<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Addie Denison<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Eric Bradshaw<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Hubert Ka<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Cyrene Wu<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - Michelle Chen<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Albert Huynh<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Ines Lucia Fernandez Valdivieso<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - David Clease<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Charles Huang<br />
*[[Skule Points]] Director - Rachit Tyagi<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Jiayi Zhou*<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Tom Parker*/Bryan Thompson<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Yi-Wei Ang<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Rafal Dittwald<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Paul Klunko<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Mohan Pandit<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Jeffrey Yap<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - Lee Tarnow<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Vinson Kan<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Arun Shrivats<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Liuba Mamonova<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Diana Mollicone<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Alexander Hadjis<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Jeannot Ouellette<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T3 ||Michael Burdett<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||George Dong<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kelly Bryck<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Rachel Chow<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T3 ||Momo Sun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Hamed Shalileh<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Mark Ganglione<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Kathy Grycko<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T3 ||Will Lau<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Andrew Rosselet<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T3 ||Zachary Fejes<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Misha Stecyk<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Celine Ko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jerry Kuo<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T3 ||Song-Liang Lai<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Ryan Bradley<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Galen Hogan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Maria Sebastian<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T3 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saifu Li<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Becky Gan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T3 ||Abrar Mahmud<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Jacquelyn MacCoon<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Ronald Victorino<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Diana Mollicone<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T3 ||Andy Chen<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saminur Majumder<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Andrew Pienko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Brandon MacLean<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T3 ||Sebastien Balda<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Cherisse Diaram<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Daniel Persaud<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jeannot Ouellette<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T4 ||Anthony Alayo<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - <br />
*Second Year - Zoriano Workun<br />
*Third Year - Alex Martins<br />
*PEY Rep - Marc Pilon<br />
*Fourth Year - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Kathy Grycko & Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Daniel Marquez<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Katerina Daginis & Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Jennifer Eversley<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Peter Raimondo<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Paulette Holtham<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Jonathan Ng<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - ECE<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*UTSU Director - Sheema Khan<br />
*UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Conferences Hosted==<br />
[[National Conference on Women in Engineering]] 2010<br />
<br />
[[Canadian Engineering Competitions]] 2011</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=2009-2010&diff=1652009-20102011-01-22T20:53:41Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Conferences Hosted */</p>
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<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Jimmy Lu<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Kyle Dupont<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - Amanda Bell<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - David Cheung<br />
*[[VP External]] - Abhishek Mathur<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Wayne Lin<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Khadem Alam<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Charlsie Searle<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Landy Cheung<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Wayne Choi<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Ariel Feldman<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Franz LaZerte<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Huda Idrees<br />
*[[Career Fair]] Director - Tim Chen<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Bernadette Ho<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Addie Denison<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Eric Bradshaw<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Hubert Ka<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Cyrene Wu<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - Michelle Chen<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Albert Huynh<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Ines Lucia Fernandez Valdivieso<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - David Clease<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Charles Huang<br />
*[[Skule Points]] Director - Rachit Tyagi<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Jiayi Zhou*<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Tom Parker*/Bryan Thompson<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Yi-Wei Ang<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Rafal Dittwald<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Paul Klunko<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Mohan Pandit<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Jeffrey Yap<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - Lee Tarnow<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Vinson Kan<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Arun Shrivats<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Liuba Mamonova<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Diana Mollicone<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Alexander Hadjis<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Jeannot Ouellette<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T3 ||Michael Burdett<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||George Dong<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kelly Bryck<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Rachel Chow<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T3 ||Momo Sun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Hamed Shalileh<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Mark Ganglione<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Kathy Grycko<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T3 ||Will Lau<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Andrew Rosselet<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T3 ||Zachary Fejes<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Misha Stecyk<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Celine Ko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jerry Kuo<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T3 ||Song-Liang Lai<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Ryan Bradley<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Galen Hogan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Maria Sebastian<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T3 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saifu Li<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Becky Gan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T3 ||Abrar Mahmud<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Jacquelyn MacCoon<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Ronald Victorino<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Diana Mollicone<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T3 ||Andy Chen<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saminur Majumder<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Andrew Pienko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Brandon MacLean<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T3 ||Sebastien Balda<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Cherisse Diaram<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Daniel Persaud<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jeannot Ouellette<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T4 ||Anthony Alayo<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - <br />
*Second Year - Zoriano Workun<br />
*Third Year - Alex Martins<br />
*PEY Rep - Marc Pilon<br />
*Fourth Year - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Kathy Grycko & Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Daniel Marquez<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Katerina Daginis & Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Jennifer Eversley<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Peter Raimondo<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Paulette Holtham<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Jonathan Ng<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - ECE<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*UTSU Director - Sheema Khan<br />
*UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Conferences Hosted==<br />
[[NCWIE]] 2010<br />
<br />
[[CEC]] 2011</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=2009-2010&diff=1642009-20102011-01-22T20:53:08Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Conferences Hosted */</p>
<hr />
<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Jimmy Lu<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Kyle Dupont<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - Amanda Bell<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - David Cheung<br />
*[[VP External]] - Abhishek Mathur<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Wayne Lin<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Khadem Alam<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Charlsie Searle<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Landy Cheung<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Wayne Choi<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Ariel Feldman<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Franz LaZerte<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Huda Idrees<br />
*[[Career Fair]] Director - Tim Chen<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Bernadette Ho<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Addie Denison<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Eric Bradshaw<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Hubert Ka<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Cyrene Wu<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - Michelle Chen<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Albert Huynh<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Ines Lucia Fernandez Valdivieso<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - David Clease<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Charles Huang<br />
*[[Skule Points]] Director - Rachit Tyagi<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Jiayi Zhou*<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Tom Parker*/Bryan Thompson<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Yi-Wei Ang<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Rafal Dittwald<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Paul Klunko<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Mohan Pandit<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Jeffrey Yap<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - Lee Tarnow<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Vinson Kan<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Arun Shrivats<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Liuba Mamonova<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Diana Mollicone<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Alexander Hadjis<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Jeannot Ouellette<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T3 ||Michael Burdett<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||George Dong<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kelly Bryck<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Rachel Chow<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T3 ||Momo Sun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Hamed Shalileh<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Mark Ganglione<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Kathy Grycko<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T3 ||Will Lau<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Andrew Rosselet<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T3 ||Zachary Fejes<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Misha Stecyk<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Celine Ko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jerry Kuo<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T3 ||Song-Liang Lai<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Ryan Bradley<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Galen Hogan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Maria Sebastian<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T3 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saifu Li<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Becky Gan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T3 ||Abrar Mahmud<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Jacquelyn MacCoon<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Ronald Victorino<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Diana Mollicone<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T3 ||Andy Chen<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saminur Majumder<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Andrew Pienko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Brandon MacLean<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T3 ||Sebastien Balda<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Cherisse Diaram<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Daniel Persaud<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jeannot Ouellette<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T4 ||Anthony Alayo<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - <br />
*Second Year - Zoriano Workun<br />
*Third Year - Alex Martins<br />
*PEY Rep - Marc Pilon<br />
*Fourth Year - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Kathy Grycko & Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Daniel Marquez<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Katerina Daginis & Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Jennifer Eversley<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Peter Raimondo<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Paulette Holtham<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Jonathan Ng<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - ECE<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*UTSU Director - Sheema Khan<br />
*UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Conferences Hosted==<br />
[[NCWIE 2010]]<br />
<br />
[[CEC 2011]]</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=2009-2010&diff=1632009-20102011-01-22T20:52:56Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* External Representatives */</p>
<hr />
<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Jimmy Lu<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Kyle Dupont<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - Amanda Bell<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - David Cheung<br />
*[[VP External]] - Abhishek Mathur<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Wayne Lin<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Khadem Alam<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Charlsie Searle<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Landy Cheung<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Wayne Choi<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Ariel Feldman<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Franz LaZerte<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Huda Idrees<br />
*[[Career Fair]] Director - Tim Chen<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Bernadette Ho<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Addie Denison<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Eric Bradshaw<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Hubert Ka<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Cyrene Wu<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - Michelle Chen<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Albert Huynh<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Ines Lucia Fernandez Valdivieso<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - David Clease<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Charles Huang<br />
*[[Skule Points]] Director - Rachit Tyagi<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Jiayi Zhou*<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Tom Parker*/Bryan Thompson<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Yi-Wei Ang<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Rafal Dittwald<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Paul Klunko<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Mohan Pandit<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Jeffrey Yap<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - Lee Tarnow<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Vinson Kan<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Arun Shrivats<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Liuba Mamonova<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Diana Mollicone<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Alexander Hadjis<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Jeannot Ouellette<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T3 ||Michael Burdett<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||George Dong<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kelly Bryck<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Rachel Chow<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T3 ||Momo Sun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Hamed Shalileh<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Mark Ganglione<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Kathy Grycko<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T3 ||Will Lau<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Andrew Rosselet<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T3 ||Zachary Fejes<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Misha Stecyk<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Celine Ko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jerry Kuo<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T3 ||Song-Liang Lai<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Ryan Bradley<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Galen Hogan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Maria Sebastian<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T3 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saifu Li<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Becky Gan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T3 ||Abrar Mahmud<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Jacquelyn MacCoon<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Ronald Victorino<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Diana Mollicone<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T3 ||Andy Chen<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saminur Majumder<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Andrew Pienko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Brandon MacLean<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T3 ||Sebastien Balda<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Cherisse Diaram<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Daniel Persaud<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jeannot Ouellette<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T4 ||Anthony Alayo<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - <br />
*Second Year - Zoriano Workun<br />
*Third Year - Alex Martins<br />
*PEY Rep - Marc Pilon<br />
*Fourth Year - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Kathy Grycko & Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Daniel Marquez<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Katerina Daginis & Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Jennifer Eversley<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Peter Raimondo<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Paulette Holtham<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Jonathan Ng<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - ECE<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*UTSU Director - Sheema Khan<br />
*UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Conferences Hosted==<br />
[[NCWIE 2010]]<br />
[[CEC 2011]]</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Ultimate_F!rosh&diff=162Ultimate F!rosh2011-01-22T20:47:39Z<p>99.231.244.233: /* Past Ultimate F!rosh Winners */</p>
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<div>The [[Ultimate F!rosh]] competition takes place on the Tuesday evening of [[Godiva Week]]. Unlike many other [[Godiva Week]] competitions, such as [[Mr. Blue & Gold]] or [[Godiva's Crown]], where F!rosh are forbidden from winning, [[Ultimate F!rosh]] can only be won by a first year student. The competition consists of a series of challenges determined by the previous year's [[Ultimate F!rosh]] and the runner-up from the year before.<br />
<br />
Upon winning, the victorious F!rosh is rewarded a hardhat and swears an oath to jump up and down on command for until the next [[Ultimate F!rosh]] is chosen one year later.<br />
<br />
== Past Ultimate F!rosh Winners ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Winner<br />
! Discipline<br />
|-<br />
| 2011<br />
| Nancy Ho<br />
| Track One<br />
|-<br />
| 2010<br />
| Jonathan Ng<br />
| ECE<br />
|-<br />
| 2009<br />
| Richard Medal<br />
| ECE<br />
|-<br />
| 2008<br />
| Yuri Savguira<br />
| MSE<br />
|-<br />
| 2007<br />
| Rob Richer<br />
| Chem<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Ultimate_F!rosh&diff=161Ultimate F!rosh2011-01-22T20:45:20Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>The [[Ultimate F!rosh]] competition takes place on the Tuesday evening of [[Godiva Week]]. Unlike many other [[Godiva Week]] competitions, such as [[Mr. Blue & Gold]] or [[Godiva's Crown]], where F!rosh are forbidden from winning, [[Ultimate F!rosh]] can only be won by a first year student. The competition consists of a series of challenges determined by the previous year's [[Ultimate F!rosh]] and the runner-up from the year before.<br />
<br />
Upon winning, the victorious F!rosh is rewarded a hardhat and swears an oath to jump up and down on command for until the next [[Ultimate F!rosh]] is chosen one year later.<br />
<br />
== Past Ultimate F!rosh Winners ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Winner<br />
! Discipline<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=Ultimate_F!rosh&diff=160Ultimate F!rosh2011-01-22T20:42:24Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "The Ultimate F!rosh competition takes place on the Tuesday evening of Godiva Week. Unlike many other Godiva Week competitions, such as Mr. Blue & Gold or [[Godiv..."</p>
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<div>The [[Ultimate F!rosh]] competition takes place on the Tuesday evening of [[Godiva Week]]. Unlike many other [[Godiva Week]] competitions, such as [[Mr. Blue & Gold]] or [[Godiva's Crown]], where F!rosh are forbidden from winning, [[Ultimate F!rosh]] can only be won by a first year student. The competition consists of a series of challenges determined by the previous year's [[Ultimate F!rosh]] and the runner-up from the year before.<br />
<br />
Upon winning, the victorious F!rosh is rewarded a hardhat and swears an oath to jump up and down on command for until the next [[Ultimate F!rosh]] is chosen one year later.<br />
<br />
== Past Ultimate F!rosh Winners ==<br />
{wikitable<br />
!Year<br />
!Winner<br />
!Runner Up<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=2008-2009&diff=1592008-20092011-01-22T20:38:18Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "==Engineering Society Positions== ===Officers=== *President - Jonathan Asmis *VP Finance - Cyrene Wu *VP Communications - John Matienzo *VP Academic - Daryl Marti..."</p>
<hr />
<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Jonathan Asmis<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Cyrene Wu<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - Daryl Martis<br />
*[[VP External]] - George Missios<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Jimmy Lu<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Carissa Sutjipto<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Khadem Alam<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Sarah Hossain<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Ryan Campbell<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Vanessa di Battista<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Sean Lamers<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Alanna Yontef<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Emily Golem<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - Sam Vafaee<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Vesna Cemas*/Rob Netopilik<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Becky Gan<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Charslie Searle<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - David Cheung<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Damian Durlik<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Brandon MacLean<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - Andrew Chung<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Jennifer Ma<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Billy Wong<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Sumit Sikder<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Amanda Bell<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Karen On<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Tim Chen<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Milos Uskokovic<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Alex Maga<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Ekaterina Tzekova<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - Andrew Shorten & Sam Vafaee<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Taimoor Isani<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Yuri Sagalov<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Daniel Marquez<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Karl Visnovec<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Scott Whitehurst<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Mark Morreale<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T2 ||Alianna Ali<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kelly Bryck<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Charles Ku<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Michael-Aaron Liang<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T2 ||Nensi Baboci<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Alanna Komisar<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Evan Jones<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Daniel Cooperman<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Kitty Lau<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T2 ||Kelvin Chang<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Celine Ko<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Alp Kucukelbir<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T2 ||Cheney McWaters*/Erin Tsang*<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Matthew Karabela*/Megan Lund<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Alianna Ali<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Arun Kochar<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T2 ||Saifu Li<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Wayne Lin<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Samantha Yang<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Jon ?<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T2 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Ryan Singh<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T2 ||Maged Sami Abdelmalek<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Nick Tenev<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T2 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
| ||0T9 ||Vacant<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T2 ||Albert Huynh<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - Albert Huynh<br />
*Second Year - Vacant<br />
*Third Year - <br />
*PEY Rep - <br />
*Fourth Year - Mike Hawkins<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Catie Darling<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - David Clease<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Ellen Chan & Rosanna Rodriguez<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Kian Marandi<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Rosanna Rodriguez & Steven Szeto<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Weijia Zhang<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Jimmy Lu<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Jennifer Eversley<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Richard Medal<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - Chem<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Wayne Lin<br />
*UTSU Director - <br />
*UTSU Director - <br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
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<div>==Engineering Society Positions==<br />
===Officers===<br />
*[[President]] - Jimmy Lu<br />
*[[VP Finance]] - Kyle Dupont<br />
*[[VP Communications]] - Amanda Bell<br />
*[[VP Academic]] - David Cheung<br />
*[[VP External]] - Abhishek Mathur<br />
*[[VP Student Life]] - Wayne Lin<br />
<br />
===Commercial Operations===<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Finance Manager - Khadem Alam<br />
*[[Hardhat Cafe]] Operations Manager - Charlsie Searle<br />
*[[Stores]] Finance Manager - Landy Cheung<br />
*[[Stores]] Operations Manager - Wayne Choi<br />
*[[Suds]] Finance Manager - Ariel Feldman<br />
*[[Suds]] Operations Manager - Franz LaZerte<br />
<br />
===Internal Directors===<br />
*[[Archivist]] - Catherine Kierans<br />
*[[Cannon]] Editor - Huda Idrees<br />
*[[Career Fair]] Director - Tim Chen<br />
*[[Cannonball]] Chair - Bernadette Ho<br />
*[[Community Outreach]] Director - Addie Denison<br />
*[[Computer Systems Administrator]] - John Matienzo<br />
*[[Engineering Communications]] Administrator - Eric Bradshaw<br />
*[[F!rosh Handbook]] Editor - Hubert Ka<br />
*[[Gradball]] Chair - Cyrene Wu<br />
*[[Hi-Skule]] Liaison - Michelle Chen<br />
*[[Ombudsperson]] - Albert Huynh<br />
*[[Orientation]] Chair - Ines Lucia Fernandez Valdivieso<br />
*[[Professional Development Director]] - David Clease<br />
*[[Skulebook]] Editor - Charles Huang<br />
*[[Skule Points]] Director - Rachit Tyagi<br />
*[[Speaker]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Sponsorship Director]] - Samantha Yang<br />
*[[Student Issues Director]] - Jiayi Zhou*<br />
*[[Toike Oike]] Editor - Tom Parker*/Bryan Thompson<br />
*[[UTEK]] Director - Yi-Wei Ang<br />
*[[Webmaster]] - Rafal Dittwald<br />
<br />
*Chief Returning Officer - Paul Klunko<br />
<br />
==Discipline Club Chairs==<br />
*[[Chemical Engineering Club]] - Mohan Pandit<br />
*[[Civil Engineering Club]] - Jeffrey Yap<br />
*[[Computer Engineering Club]] - Lee Tarnow<br />
*[[Electrical Engineering Club]] - Vinson Kan<br />
*[[Engineering Science Club]] - Arun Shrivats<br />
*[[Industrial Engineering Club]] - Liuba Mamonova<br />
*[[Material Science and Engineering Club]] - Diana Mollicone<br />
*[[Mechanical Engineering Club]] - Alexander Hadjis<br />
*[[Mineral Engineering Club]] - Jeannot Ouellette<br />
<br />
==Class Representatives==<br />
{|<br />
|Chemical Engineering||1T3 ||Michael Burdett<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||George Dong<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Kelly Bryck<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Rachel Chow<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Civil Engineering ||1T3 ||Momo Sun<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Hamed Shalileh<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Mark Ganglione<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T0 ||Kathy Grycko<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Computer Engineering ||1T3 ||Will Lau<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Rachit Tyagi<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Vacant<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Andrew Rosselet<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Electrical Engineering ||1T3 ||Zachary Fejes<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Misha Stecyk<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Celine Ko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jerry Kuo<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Engineering Science ||1T3 ||Song-Liang Lai<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Ryan Bradley<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Galen Hogan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Maria Sebastian<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Industrial Engineering ||1T3 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saifu Li<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Becky Gan<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Marwan Dajani<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Materials Science & Engineering ||1T3 ||Abrar Mahmud<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Jacquelyn MacCoon<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Ronald Victorino<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Diana Mollicone<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mechanical Engineering ||1T3 ||Andy Chen<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Saminur Majumder<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Andrew Pienko<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Brandon MacLean<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|Mineral Engineering ||1T3 ||Sebastien Balda<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T2 ||Cherisse Diaram<br />
|-<br />
| ||1T1 ||Daniel Persaud<br />
|- <br />
| ||1T0 ||Jeannot Ouellette<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|TrackOne || 1T4 ||Anthony Alayo<br />
|}<br />
<br />
==Year Chairs==<br />
*First Year - <br />
*Second Year - Zoriano Workun<br />
*Third Year - Alex Martins<br />
*PEY Rep - Marc Pilon<br />
*Fourth Year - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Skule™ Spirit==<br />
*[[Bnad Leedur]] - Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[D(r)umb Majur(k)]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Blue & Gold Committee]] Chairs - Kathy Grycko & Kevin P. Siu<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Director - Daniel Marquez<br />
*[[Skule Nite]] Producer - Katerina Daginis & Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Engineering Athletics Association]] President - Jennifer Eversley<br />
<br />
===Godiva Week Competition Winners===<br />
*[[Godiva's Quest]] - Alvin Ho<br />
*[[Mr. Blue & Gold]] - Peter Raimondo<br />
*[[Godiva's Crown]] - Paulette Holtham<br />
*[[Ultimate F!rosh]] - Jonathan Ng<br />
*[[Ye Grande Olde Chariot Race]] - ECE<br />
<br />
==External Representatives==<br />
*UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj<br />
*UTSU Director - Sheema Khan<br />
*UTSU Director - <br />
*Governing Council Representative - Ryan Campbell<br />
<br />
==Conferences Hosted==<br />
[[NCWIE 2010]]<br />
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<div>==History==<br />
<br />
===Origins of the Cannon===<br />
Although it was not until 1936 that the School of Practical Science (also called S.P.S. or Skule) had a cannon of its own, many cannons were honoured previously. In the 1923 Transactions, F.W. Thorold (S.P.S. '00) recalls how he and fellow classmates stole the cannon from in front of the Military Institute. <br />
<blockquote><br />
"Meds soon found out about this and after many battles they captured it. That old cannon frequently passed from Meds to Skule and back again, and the last I remember of it was that it had been dropped between two of the Meds buildings. Oh yes, we sure did shoot it off and broke lots of windows, too."<br />
</blockquote><br />
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On November 2, 1905, The Varsity reported that "during Thursday night, five large windows at the School were broken by shots from a small gun or revolver. It will cost $100 in repairs."<br />
<br />
===Hart House Cannons===<br />
The first cannons honoured with the tile 'Skule Cannon' were those in front of Hart House. In 1929, an Engineering caper resulted in the firing of one of the two cannons on the front lawn of Hart House. This however, demonstrated only 50% efficiency, as both cannons were supposed to blow.<br />
<br />
===Early Cannons===<br />
In the early 30's another smaller 'cannon would appear at School festivities and also roar, then mysteriously disappear. And in 1935, during an auction, a cannon was fired on the steps of the old red Schoolhouse with such force that windows were again shattered. Once more it quickly disappeared.<br />
<br />
===Cannon "Mark 1"===<br />
In 1936, School unofficially approached a machinist working in the Civil Engineering shop to create the first "School Cannon". Recognizing the considerable risk he was taking, but also realizing the dangers of students' experiments with explosives in a waterpipe, W.H. Kubbingadecided to help. And so he fashioned a 10" barrel from a piece of axle stock and mounted it on a cast iron pillow block measuring 4" wide, 8" long and 1" deep, with a raised hump in the centre through which a hole was bored to take the barrel. All of this was accomplished in the four hours preceding the School Dinner that evening.<br />
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The design of this Cannon was a tribute to engineering technology for it was not only a devastating weapon, but it was equipped with a built-in camouflage. It did not look at all like a cannon, thus deceiving any would be kidnappers.<br />
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This fearsome weapon was used until 1950 except for a few times between the years of 1941 and 1943 when a yacht gun was borrowed (really) from a machinist in the basement of the old Engineering building.<br />
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Naturally, the unimpeachable appearance and worth of the Cannon was irresistable temptation to anyone who gazed in its direction, but especially to the feeble-minded persons in other faculties. <br />
<br />
====Cannon Thefts====<br />
In 1941, University College stole it but it was instantly returned. And in late 1944, UC stole it again after the Mulock Cup Finals. With cries of war and plans for the elimination of the nuisance at the north end of the circle, SPS undertook a restrained campaign to regain possession. This ended up as a series of ads in the Artsman's Gazette (sometimes called 'The Varsity', often called something else). Naturally, this campaign was a failure, as would be any appeal to an artsman's honour. On February 13, 1945, the UC Lit. announced that the Cannon would be returned at the annual Arts Ball. The 'Toike', in a fit of editorial passion, called it a "dastardly plot... a black infraction of civil property rights." (Feb. 23, 1945). 'The Varsity' said it was "in keeping with the Good Neighbour atmosphere."<br />
<br />
However, the hiding place was discovered and the Cannon was forcibly retrieved by a group of intrepid engineers. The Arts Ball was naturally a failure.<br />
<br />
Soon the '49 Chariot Races approached. When the first heat was called, a devastating blast was heard. And then it happened. <br />
<blockquote><br />
"1079 Med Pre-meds students, armed with scalpels, tear-gas, thigh-bones, and trained white mice, attacked in a screaming hoard. The battle raged back and forth, to and fro and vice versa. Finally numbers and the massaging skill of the doctors told against the three engineers who did not have a lab at the time. The Cannon disappeared into the Meds building." ('Toike Oike', Feb. 9, 1949).<br />
</blockquote><br />
<br />
Negotiations went on for days as the respective values of the Cannon and missing Meds Society Vice-President Bob Hetherington were calculated by a federally appointed mediator. After a few days of debate, the Cannon was returned, marred by an inscription which read, "Captured by Meds 5T2, 3 Feb. 1949."<br />
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===Cannon "Mark II"===<br />
On Christmas day, 1949, there appeared on the doorstep of the Engineering Society a beautiful new weapon showing excellent workmanship. On it was engraved "Skule Cannon". It seemed that Santa had a close friend, a fine machinist who had been working for the Department of Civil Engineering for a long time and had created the first Cannon. In 1950, the Engineering Society honoured W.H. Kubbinga with a scroll extolling his loyalty, courage and good conduct and made him an Honourary Member in Ye Ancient and Honourable Company of Skule Cannoneers with the rank of Sergeant Artificer.<br />
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This new Cannon, dubbed the "MArk II" was machined from a cold rolled steel bar of diameter 2" and length of approximately 11". The barrel was mounted on a wheeled carriage fabricated from heavy steel plate. The Cannon weighed 20 lbs. Later on, the wheels and barrel were chrome plated. Its first public appearance was at the [[Chariot Race]] of January 27, 1950.<br />
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The original "Mark I" Cannon "was returned to pasture in a retreat known only to loyal Skulemen," as recorded in 'The Varsity' of October 6, 1950. But on October 29, 1952, 'The Varsity' headline screamed "SKULE CANNON PRIZE FOR BLOOD CAMPAIGN". The "Mark I" was mounted on a suitable base and enscribed as follows: "Presented to the Forestry winners of the interfaculty blood contest".<br />
<br />
The Engineers had also promised that it would be presented annually if they did not win the contest that year. The following year, Forestry won again, followed by St. Michael's College, Nursing, and Forestry. For the 1957-58 campaign, the Engineers became wise and changed the rules. The winner would be declared on a total donation basis, rather than the previous percentage basis. Skule easily won back its Cannon. In the fall of 1959, 'Toike Oike' rumoured that the "Mark I" had been presented to Dean Emeritus C.R. Young.<br />
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====Thefts of Mark II====<br />
Meanwhile, on November 1, 1951, a hastily prepared mimeographed 'Toike Oike' proclaimed an attempt to "make off with Skule's favourite child", the new "Mark II" Cannon. A trio of students, two posing as journalism students from Pennsylvania State had asked for an interview and a chance to see the Cannon the night before. They were quickly escorted to the door, which was securely bolted behind them. Later a car was found nearby revealing UWO (University of Western Ontario) stickers on the windshield. The car accidentally acquired two flat tires before another feeble attempt by the thieves to gain entrance to the Engineering Society. <br />
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One fall night in 1958, artsmen broke into the Engineering Stores in an attempt to steal the Cannon. Believing that it was in a safe, they pushed the safe out a window and carried it away; however, their efforts were in vain and only the leniency of Skule kpet them from enjoying an extended vacation (at government expense) in Kingston.<br />
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But where artsmen failed, Medsmen succeeded by deceit, as in 1959 the Meds once again made off with the precious tool. To help publicize the blood campaign, the Skule Cannon appeared at the Blood Donor Clinic. It had been guaranteed safe conduct, so the Cannon was without its usual armed bodyguard and was attended by only two Skulemen. After a long battle, the Medsman overpowered the Skulemen and captured the Cannon. After a round of kidnapping, Engineers invaded the Meds building, removed the cleaning staff, faculty and other debris, and boarded up the doors and windows. In the morning, the Meds saw the light and returned the Cannon.<br />
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In their kindheartedness, the Engineers gave the Medsmen a replica cannon, and they built a suitable trophy case for their prize. But in a masterful piece of engineering subterfuge, this false cannon was removed from the case (without scratching the glass) and was promptly destroyed. <br />
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===1959 Cannon===<br />
Sadly, in 1959, the score of battles finally took its toll and the faithful Cannon Mark II had to be fitted with a new barrel. This new barrel was machined from a solid stainless steel bar, 12" long and 2-1/2" in diameter. The barrel was initialled by Canoneer Bill Riggs who also oversaw its construction.<br />
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In honour of the many battles on which the Cannon accompanied Skule, the 1950 Cannon was immortalized by placing it in the cornerstone of the new Galbraith Building.<br />
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The new Cannon was formally fired for the first time on the front campus in the autumn of 1959. It was next used in conjunction with the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad when the Engineers literally stopped the Homecoming Show for ten minutes while a presentation was made to the director of the show, a former Skuleman.<br />
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In the same year, a group from the Brute Force Committee accompanied the Cannon on a complimentary visit to the Victoria College Scarlet and Gold Dance in Alumni Hall. The Middlehouse Four were rendering a tender ballad at the time the gun discharged, and they were stopped dead in the middle of a verse. The BFC then scattered leaflets proclaiming Skule Nite and the Cannon Ball. Later that same year, the Cannon appeared at the UC Junior Common Room to proclaim the At-Home, with more leaflets.<br />
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In 1963, when John Adam was Cannoneer, the Cannon Guard was given uniforms for the first time, based on an idea by Dave Morrison. The red-helmeted Cannon guard came into existence.<br />
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====Injury and Suspension====<br />
On September 23, 1964, the Cannon was fired in the Drill Hall at the Engineering Frosh Dance by Canoneer Doug Macdonald. A nurse from Toronto General Hospital was injured in the right arm by a piece of undisintegrated wadding from the cannon muzzle. She had been standing at least 25 feet from the Cannon although 10-15 feet was the recommended distance.<br />
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Further activities with the Cannon were banned at the Dean's request, pending a series of tests to be carried out by Professor MacElhinney of the Chemical Engineering Department, to determine a new safe loading and firing procedure. After receiving notice from the nurse's lawyers of their intent to file suit, all plans for testing were suspended indefinitely. <br />
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Late in October, permission was obtained to fire the Cannon in the Hart House quadrangle so that it could be recorded for a Lady Godiva Memorial Band record, with the stipulation that Professor MacElhinney be there to supervise. Soon a revised loading procedure was developed. Black powder, by virtue of its dependability and insensitivity to packing pressure, replaced smokeless powder. <br />
<br />
Since no more was heard from the lawyers, the Dean lifted the embargo and the Cannon was fired for the first time in the lower gallery of Hart House at the Lady Godiva Memorial Bash.<br />
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===Cross-Atlantic Cannon Heist===<br />
Nineteen-sixty-seven was the year of Canada's Centennial, but more importantly it was the year of the most infamous Cannon steal of all. Capitalizing on a lapse in security, a dreadful wretched duo spirited away the Cannon, spilling nary a drop of blood in the process. These bold fiends could not possibly be other than engineers, as exhibited by their recklessness and fearlessness. And grads at that. Their identity must be kept secret, for Joe E. Skule only knows what the world would do if it were to find out that Mike Chapelle (6T7) was the leader, assisted by Howie White (6T6).<br />
<br />
The Cannon made its way to the British Isles, but six brave engineering grads took it upon themselves to restore the pride of Skule to its rightful owners. They tracked it down, all the way to UC in England. Don Monro (6T4, an ex-bandleader and EngSoc President) stole into Chapelle's room, and with nary another drop of blood, Skule had its manhood back.<br />
<br />
And then it was on to Coventry to pay homage to Godiva. The statue of Godiva was adorned with an engineering jacket and the engineers made merry for they were overjoyed. Chapelle followed them to Coventry, but the Skulemen outnumbered him and he backed off after some unpleasantness. The Cannon was taken to Wales and then back to Canada. <br />
<br />
===1967 Cannon - Canadian Centennial===<br />
The fact that an engineer had stolen the Cannon was very embarrassing, and hence this whole theft was hushed up. The Engineering Society had another Cannon built when they found out that the old one was gone, but the new Cannon was announced to the world to have been built in honour of Canada's Centennial. The carriage of the new Cannon was mahogany and was equipped with wheels. Both the barrel and wheels were chrome-plated.<br />
<br />
With a brand spanking new Cannon, Skulemen's spirits were given a much needed lift. It was barely a year old when another attempt was made to snatch the Skule banger, this time by an Industrial Engineer. He was unsuccessful in his attempt and spent the next few weeks as a guest of a Toronto hospital. <br />
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The '59 Cannon made a brief appearance at the 6T9 Cannon Ball where it was fired by John Adam (Cannoneer '63). The Cannon was then reported to have formed the basis of the annual Skule Cannon Award; however, this was more fiction to cover up the '67 Cannongate. This Cannon has since been presented to Paul Baker (7T5) in recognition of his outstanding service to the Engineering Society.<br />
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The year 1971 brought the first gangbang with the Ryerson engineers, to determine who had the better cannon. Needless to say, the Polytechs were sent scurrying home with their feet in their mouths. Not only did Skule annihilate them in the contest, but Skule stole their cannon and made off with the distributor wire to their bus.<br />
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===1971 Cannon - Faculty Centennial===<br />
With the Faculty's centennial fast approaching, the Cannoneer decided that a new Cannon would be an ideal way to celebrate. In great secrecy, an emissary was sent down to Svart-alfa-heim (a kingdom below the earth where elves live) to commission Sindri (the creator of the might hammer of Thor) to machine the mightiest device ever imagined. With a solid brass barrel of maximum diameter 3" and length of 16-1/2", this zenith of perfection would easily strike fear into the heart of any mortal.<br />
<br />
The first formal firing of this marvellous weapon was at the 1973 Centennial Ball, and on the third try it was actually fired. Dean James Ham fired the 1967 Cannon for the last time and it was then presented to him in honour of his retirement from Deanship.<br />
<br />
The 1973 Cannon has enjoyed a period of relative tranquility since its creation, except at a frosh dance, when it was stolen (by the LGMB) to scare the Cannoneer (who had carelessly left it unguarded in the band room).<br />
<br />
But in 1976, Robert Gilmour (the Canoneer) was found guilty of defacing the Cannon. John Vanneste (7T3), a former Cannoneer and designer of the 1973 Cannon, was called to fire the Cannon, since Gilmour had refused to do so at his own Grad Ball. The Cannon was found to be badly corroded and in need of cleaning. When the barrel was removed from the base, Gilmour's name was found chiseled into the bottom.<br />
<br />
The Engineering Society passed a motion of censure against Gilmour, and the entire deed was exposed in 'Toike Oike' (March 26, 1976). Furthermore, at Vanneste's suggestion, the Cannon Guard were to wear black hard hats for a year to show the engineers' displeasure, but the Cannon Guard has continued to wear black ever since.<br />
<br />
In 1982, the glorious Skule banger was called upon once again to prove itself. The first round of yet another gangbang was held during Godiva Week on Front Campus. This time, contenders from Ryerson, Devonshire House and some forgotton fraternity were trying to wrest the glory from Skule's Cannon. The impartial judges, armed with the latest in decibel meters, quickly banished Devonshire and the fraternity from the field. Due to faulty calibration, both Ryerson and Skule were off the scale.<br />
<br />
A second round was then held, this time on Ryerson's home turf. Using heavy duty equipment and special shielding, the outcome was certain. Skule had once again triumphed. For the record, the Mighty Skule Cannon was measured at a level of 113 decibels from 200 yards distance.<br />
<br />
===1985 Cannon - EngSoc Centennial===<br />
In time, the years took their toll on the Cannon, and in 1985 it was decided that a new Cannon would be commissioned for the Engineering Society's Centennial. The design of the new Cannon was undertaken by Greg Forbes (Atiliator 1982) with the help of four other atiliators. The Cannon, with its bulbous muzzle, was designed after a naval piece. In order to reduce injuries to the guard the diameter of the touch-hole was reduced. The finished Cannon, with a bore-depth of 13-3/4" and a diameter of 3/4", was the most powerful weapon to date. At its test firing the 8" spikes used to secure it were ripped out of the ground. <br />
<br />
At the 1985 Grad Ball held at the Royal York Hotel, the 1972 Cannon was presented to Professor Emeritus L.E. Jones in recognition of his years of service to both the Engineering Society and the Faculty. That evening, the new Cannon, in keeping with the tradition started by its predecessor, fired on its third try. The force of the delayed blast rolled up a large section of carpeting.<br />
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====Cannon theft by "Fahrenheit 1710"====<br />
<br />
===1994 Cannon===<br />
<br />
===1999 Cannon - 125th Anniversary of Skule&trade;===<br />
<br />
====Replica Cannon====<br />
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==Chief Attiliator==<br />
When Skule's first Cannon was created, a Cannoneer was appointed in keeping with age-old tradition. The Canoneer would be responsible for the selection of the Cannon Guards, making sure that the Cannon actually fired, and to do the actual firing. In addition to this he would have sole knowledge of the location of the Cannon when it was not in use.<br />
<br />
As a matter of protocol, the Cannon is fired by a cigarette butt after a convenient number of verses of Godiva's Hymn. For the firing, black powder has conventionally been used with finely divided asbestos as wadding. This type of wadding replaced toilet paper in 1964 after the injury to the nurse. In 1959, an artificer was appointed by the Engineering Society to inspect the Cannon, issue powder and in general look after the material needs of the Cannon. <br />
<br />
The Cannon Guards are the (now) black-helmeted beings protecting the Cannon.<br />
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===Etymology of "Attiliator"===<br />
In medieval times, the title of 'Atillator' was given to the person responsible for the maintenance of defense works and weapons of war. The title was synonymous with Engineer, and the word artillery was probably derived from the same roots. The Atillator was responsible for the number of guns used, their storing, mounting, and most importantly, protection.<br />
<br />
Over the years, the spelling of 'Atillator' evolved, to the modern spelling of "attiliator". Most students today do not know the origins of the word, and some have claimed that the word was made up. Neither 'atillator' nor 'attilliator', however, are words used in the modern English language. The unique spelling by Skule&trade; makes it the only distinctive use of the word today.</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=SUDS&diff=156SUDS2011-01-22T19:35:41Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>SUDS is the pub operated by the Engineering Society. Affectionately known as the 'Engineering Pre-Pub Pub', SUDS is open every Friday afternoon during the Skule&trade; year and every day during [[F!rosh Week]] and [[Godiva Week]]. SUDS is part of what makes Skule&trade; unique as it is the last student-run bar on campus. But that's all that should be mentioned here, as advertising online is not permitted by its licensing body, so if you have questions please e-mail the managers at SUDS at suds@skule.ca.<br />
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== Past SUDS Managers ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Title<br />
! Name<br />
|-<br />
| '''2010-2011'''<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Operations<br />
| Ian Parker<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Finance<br />
| Denizcan Karadadas<br />
|-<br />
| '''2009-2010'''<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Operations<br />
| Franz LaZerte<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Finance<br />
| Ariel Feldman<br />
|-<br />
| '''2008-2009'''<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Operations<br />
| Vanessa di Battista<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Finance<br />
| Ryan Campbell<br />
|-<br />
| '''2007-2008'''<br />
| <br />
|<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Operations<br />
| Charlsie Searle<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Finance<br />
| Jennifer Lee<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=SUDS&diff=155SUDS2011-01-22T19:31:55Z<p>99.231.244.233: </p>
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<div>SUDS is the pub operated by the Engineering Society. Affectionately known as the 'Engineering Pre-Pub Pub', SUDS is open every Friday afternoon during the Skule&trade; year and every day during [[F!rosh Week]] and [[Godiva Week]]. SUDS is part of what makes Skule&trade; unique as it is the last student-run bar on campus. But that's all that should be mentioned here, as advertising online is not permitted by its licensing body, so if you have questions please e-mail the managers at SUDS at suds@skule.ca.<br />
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== Past SUDS Managers ==<br />
{| class="wikitable"<br />
|-<br />
! Year<br />
! Title<br />
! Name<br />
|-<br />
| 2010-2011<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Operations<br />
| Ian Parker<br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| Finance<br />
| Denizcan Karadadas<br />
|-<br />
| 2009-2010<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Operations<br />
| Franz LaZerte<br />
|-<br />
|<br />
| Finance<br />
| Ariel Feldman<br />
|-<br />
| 2008-2009<br />
|<br />
|<br />
|-<br />
|}</div>99.231.244.233http://skulepedia.ca/w/index.php?title=SUDS&diff=154SUDS2011-01-22T19:28:13Z<p>99.231.244.233: Created page with "SUDS is the pub operated by the Engineering Society. Affectionately known as the 'Engineering Pre-Pub Pub', SUDS is open every Friday afternoon during the Skule&trade; year and ..."</p>
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<div>SUDS is the pub operated by the Engineering Society. Affectionately known as the 'Engineering Pre-Pub Pub', SUDS is open every Friday afternoon during the Skule&trade; year and every day during [[F!rosh Week]] and [[Godiva Week]]. SUDS is part of what makes Skule&trade; unique as it is the last student-run bar on campus. But that's all that should be mentioned here, as advertising online is not permitted by its licensing body, so if you have questions please e-mail the managers at SUDS at suds@skule.ca.<br />
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== Past SUDS Managers ==</div>99.231.244.233