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The '''Plumber's Inkwell''' is a creative writing anthology published by the McGill Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS), compiling short stories and poetry from the engineering community.
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The '''EUS Homing Pigeon''' is an Alumni Broadcast published by the McGill Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) at the end of the Fall and Winter semesters to showcase student initiatives, accomplishments and EUS updates for alumni to view.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
  
It was founded in 2019 with the intent of providing a platform for creative expression. While [https://eus.wiki/The_Plumber%27s_Faucet The Plumber's Faucet] brings levity and [https://eus.wiki/The_Plumber%27s_Ledger The Plumber's Ledger] brings commentary, The Plumber's Inkwell fill a complementary space dedicated to telling stories. Structurally, it seeks to accommodate anyone who has an idea that can be put into prose or poem.
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Founded in 2019, the EUS is working with the Faculty of Engineering University Advancement on a twice-a-year broadcast to McGill Engineering alumni. The purpose of this publication is to share interesting and impressive feats occurring at McGill by Engineering students. Ultimately, this will increase relations between current students and alumni by providing a platform where students can reach out to alumni with their achievements and successes, and alumni can receive updates about new student initiatives and information about upcoming events.
  
 
==Submissions==
 
==Submissions==
  
If anyone wants to be a part of the process, from writing to publishing, they're encouraged to reach out to the EUS Publications Director at [mailto:publications.director@mcgilleus.ca publications.director@mcgilleus.ca].
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If you know, or are, a McGill Engineering student, club, committee, design team, service or departmental society that has accomplished something that you think is noteworthy or initiative, we want to know! Please fill out [https://forms.gle/wYwdd9ZdMEftfYBE8 this form], and your story could be featured in the next issue of the EUS Homing Pigeon Alumni Broadcast!  If you have any questions, please direct them to the EUS Homing Pigeon Editor at [mailto:pigeon@mcgilleus.ca pigeon@mcgilleus.ca].

Latest revision as of 13:04, 11 February 2020

EUS Homing Pigeon
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The EUS Homing Pigeon is an Alumni Broadcast published by the McGill Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) at the end of the Fall and Winter semesters to showcase student initiatives, accomplishments and EUS updates for alumni to view.

History

Founded in 2019, the EUS is working with the Faculty of Engineering University Advancement on a twice-a-year broadcast to McGill Engineering alumni. The purpose of this publication is to share interesting and impressive feats occurring at McGill by Engineering students. Ultimately, this will increase relations between current students and alumni by providing a platform where students can reach out to alumni with their achievements and successes, and alumni can receive updates about new student initiatives and information about upcoming events.

Submissions

If you know, or are, a McGill Engineering student, club, committee, design team, service or departmental society that has accomplished something that you think is noteworthy or initiative, we want to know! Please fill out this form, and your story could be featured in the next issue of the EUS Homing Pigeon Alumni Broadcast! If you have any questions, please direct them to the EUS Homing Pigeon Editor at pigeon@mcgilleus.ca.