Celebrating 100 Years of the MCSS

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MCSS-logoDo you realize that you are part of the reason that Macdonald Campus Students’ Society (MCSS) is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year?

From its origins in College residences, the MCSS and its associated committees assumed more and more responsibility in shaping and supervising student life. Initially without a permanent base, the MCSS first moved to #7 Maple, and, in 1968, to its current home in the Centennial Centre.

The MCSS has been involved in all campus activities including both social and academic affairs,and club coordination; it has been doing whatever possible to influence University policies in ways that may best serve the student body. As such, the MCSS is represented on dozens of McGill University committees and working groups.
During Homecoming celebrations, we will be receiving alumni, students and friends of MCSS in the Centennial Centre at the Macdonald Campus to celebrate 100 years of success. This signature event will be hosted jointly by the Macdonald Homecoming Committee and the current MCSS council.

We are hoping that past presidents and executive members will share their story of being a part of MCSS and how that commitment to the student society shaped their life. You can help us by spreading the word, because it would be amazing to have as many past execs and council members participate.

Stay in touch by liking our Macdonald Campus of McGill University page on Facebook. Consider reaching out to your fellow executive members and encouraging them to attend.

Keep an eye out for more information and invitations which will be sent out in the summer and early fall, and plan to join us for the festivities on October 18th 2014 at 8:30pm in the Ceilidh Pub in the Centennial Centre.

To get involved or to share your MCSS story, contact Anna Duff at anna.duff@mcgill.ca.


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