During the evening of Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017, KPMG held an intimate session for selected Schulich students at their new Vaughan office. The session entailed a warm welcome by their personable staff which was followed by a tour of the breathtaking interior of the office.  The night was then concluded …

January 12th, 2017 – Interview with John Cappella, Managing Director, Porsche Center On a pleasant January afternoon after what felt like an unusually long Business Analytics class, I was granted an interview on behalf of The Insider with John Cappella, the Managing Director of the new Porsche Center in North …

On February 2, 2017, a Sustainability and CSR Networking Breakfast was held in the Schulich Private Dining Room where over 15 representatives from different companies came, taking the time out of their busy days to connect with students such as ourselves. We had the opportunity to speak to five particular …

Are you an accounting junkie? Or just curious about what the field entails? While the answer to that could very well vary, the fact that our school provides plenty of opportunities to foster a level of communication between the students and the Big 4 accounting firms is something that simply …

Have you ever had to miss an event you strongly desired to go to because of class, lack of time, or any other reason? It is a shame that in a school with many networking events and conferences, we, as single individuals, may be incapable to attend so many. The …

Spark is Schulich’s first case competition directed to first and second years specifically. Before Spark launched in 2011, first years did not have the opportunity to participate in case competitions and second years did not have the resources or experience to compete against Schulich upper years.  Over the years, Spark has evolved …

“You think this is funny? I’m-a show you what’s funny.” Vandalizing and destroying property, disrespecting those who bring forth knowledge, and students depreciating the worth of their school and the worth in themselves. Ironic, considering how “students [trash] on [their] school all day”: the same institution that provides them with …

We see them almost every day, but do we actually know them?  Studies have shown (Huffington post) that getting to know your professor can be really beneficial in the long run. We all need those internships, references, or even career advice, and what better way to get them than through …

Traditionally, the architecture of universities were intended to create two worlds. The first was the exterior image presented to the public, which served to instill a sense of inspiration into the community. The second was the interior image, which mirrored the city and reflected the future workplace students would experience …

Schulich is an amazing school filled with equally amazing people. However, because there are so many like-minded individuals who thrive off of hard work, challenges, and accomplishing impressive feats, it can be challenging to stand out. Almost all, if not all, students who attend Schulich, stood out throughout their high …