Tagged Haskayne School of Business

Haskayne students raise over $25,000 with Chillin’ for Charity

By Tina Shaygan, November 10 2017 — Hosted for the eighth time on the University of Calgary campus, this year’s Chillin’ for Charity event raised over $25,000, exceeding the organizers’ $15,000 goal. Chillin’ for Charity is an annual event held by Haskayne School of Business students for JDC West, a competition where business students from 12 universities…

Networking shouldn’t inform everyday interactions

By Jill Girgulis, January 17 2017 — You are at an event. The dress code is business-casual. Your friend — a third-year en route to a Bachelors of Commerce with a concentration in marketing- — is with you. Midway through the evening, your friend leaves your side to go talk an older, well-dressed gentleman you don’t…

Chillin’ for Charity raises money for United Way

By Scott Strasser, November 3 2016 — Members of the Haskayne School of Business’s Jeux de Commerce (JDC) West team jumped into a freezing pool of water on Nov. 3 to raise money for the United Way of Calgary and Area. The “Chillin’ for Charity” event is in preparation for the larger JDC West Business…

Fiasco Gelato recoups after December fire

By Rachel Woodward, February 2 2016 — Local artisan gelato company Fiasco Gelato suffered a blow on Dec. 19 when an early morning fire tore through their café and offices. Since then, the business has been working non-stop to get back on their feet. According to spokesperson Brittany Back, they moved back into their offices…

Haskayne Faculty Council votes to include only one undergraduate rep

By Fabian Mayer, December 1 2015 — Undergraduate representation on Haskayne’s faculty council has been cut to just one student. The Haskayne Students’ Association, Students’ Union and Commerce Undergraduate Society urged council members in a joint letter to include the CUS president and SU business representatives as voting members. But the council decided at its…

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