Tag Archives: Arman Izadi

EUS Common Room: New and Improved

By Arman Izadi What lurks beneath the floors of the EUS office? In the dark decrepit corners of McConnell basement, there lies a fantastic secret, allowed only to students of the Engineering Faculty. Behind the great wooden double doors of MC 030 lies the Engineering Common Room. Mistakenly called “Blues Pub” due to the namesake

EUS Debates in Review

By Arman Izadi If you didn’t get the chance to attend the EUS Executive Committee Debates that happened this past Thursday, fret not! The Ledger had a chance to go and summarize some crucial points of the candidates responses. As the uncontested positions mainly consisted of their platforms, we skipped them, but read our condensed versions

Profiles in Engineering: Mitch Dumont

By Arman Izadi The Ledger is back with another profile of involved engineers! This week we sat down with Mitch Dumont, a U4 Electrical Engineering student who has been extensively involved within the EUS, holding many positions and coordinating events such as Frosh and E-Week.   Ledger: So what made you get involved in the

What happens when Canadian engineering students come together

By Arman Izadi   To most people reading this article, the acronym CFES will mean absolutely nothing. While, in engineering, there is an inhumane amount of acronyms, pay attention to this one: the Canadian Federation for Engineering Students. In simpler terms, the CFES allows unity and solidarity between the majority of engineering undergraduate student societies

Another Day, Another Tragedy

By Arman Izadi Mosleh Pirkhezranian/Islamic Republic News Agency, via New York Times Iranian citizens woke to grave news on the morning of the 13th following a devastating earthquake in Iran’s western province of Kermanshah, on the border with Iraq. The earthquake, which was recorded to be around 7.3 in magnitude, (according to the US Geological

Our campus beneath the first: A look into the vital underground network of our university

Slowly the fall leaves drift towards the cold, hard ground as the earth gradually dies to be reborn. The ground ages and grows white, the trees strip bare and the icy cold winds start whistling. Winter brings an abundance of joy. However, the below-zero temperatures and bone-chilling winds often bring quite the opposite. To escape