COMMITTEES

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THE BULL & BEAR

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The Bull & Bear is McGill’s student-run campus news magazine. The publication is operated on an unpaid basis by an executive team of 6, an editorial team of 12, and a staff of approximately 75. Semesterly print magazines, published via the Management Undergraduate Society, serve as an in-depth and insightful view on the monthly events and key issues on campus. The Bull & Bear publishes online a rolling schedule multiple times per week across four sections: News, Business & Technology, Arts & Culture, and Opinion. Unparalleled media coverage of events such as Frosh, 4á7, and case competitions are featured on our social media pages.

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FIRST-YEAR INVOLVEMENT TEAM

FIT is comprised of students who wish to introduce their fellow first years to all of the wonderful opportunities the MUS has to offer. They will help increase awareness and involvement of first year students by acting as a resource of information for others, planning and promoting events, and act as representatives of the entering class.

THE WIDGET

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The Widget is an annual publication (yearbook) for the graduating class of management undergraduate students. It chronicles students’ involvement in major events and club activities throughout the year. For submissions, please contact widget@mus.mcgill.ca.

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MUS APPAREL TEAM

The MUS Apparel Team manages the design, processing, and ordering of all apparel used by MUS clubs, committees, and conferences. The apparel team ensures brand cohesion and consistency in design, in addition to enforcing regulation on pricing and quantity. The apparel team works with one trusted supplier to achieve the best prices for organizations, in addition to quick turnaround time on orders. Visit the ‘Order Apparel’ section under ‘Club Resources’ to order apparel for your team.

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DESAUTELS WOMEN IN BUSINESS

Desautels Women in Business aims to provide a platform for students to explore the opportunities and careers available to them. We aim to create a strong network of women interested in a career in management; this network consists of students, McGill alumni, Professors, and current industry professionals.

DESAUTELS OUTREACH COMMITTEE

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DOC is the MUS Initiative Incubator looking to diversify the MUS product offering by launching 6-8 events annually targeting 3 specific groups (Bronfman Community, McGill Community, Montreal Community).