July 27, 2020

Over the past two months our world has awakened to the injustices that specifically the black and indigenous community face. Additionally, we have taken the time to further understand the issues the LGBTQ2+ community faces throughout pride month in June, and during this time we have reflected on how we can ensure that any biases are eliminated in our Spro...

July 20, 2020

The Sprott School of Business strives to be a learning community where individuals can find their voice and pursue their passion, no matter where they have been, who they are or where they are going. Racism and discrimination diminish our ability to fulfill this shared ambition and will not be tolerated in our community.

We must work together to better und...

July 6, 2020

As we approach the 4th month of this global pandemic, we here at SBSS decided it would be interesting to look into what life was like for some Sprotties, who were on exchange,at the beginning of the pandemic back in the middle of March. When the news hit that we would be transferring to online classes many of us accommodated transportation back home to co...

June 22, 2020

June is a very significant month for the LGBTQ community as it is better known as pride month. Although you may not be seeing the parades through the streets of major cities this year due to unfortunate circumstances, the message is still being shared nationwide, just in slightly different ways. This month is used as a celebration of the contributions the...

June 8, 2020

I can’t breathe. The three words that erupted the world into anger, frustration, and motivation to change our system. George Floyd, or better known to some as Big Floyd, was a 46 year old man who had moved to Minneapolis to find work. Born in North Carolina, but raised in Houston, Texas, George Floyd was described as a gentle giant, and the father to a be...

June 1, 2020

 The world is a completely different place than it was two months ago. In that time, schools have closed, international travel has been banned, and social distancing has been at the forefront of all our minds. Communication and human interactions are essential parts of our lives. Obviously, the way we interact has changed massively throughout this pandemi...

May 18, 2020

As the winter semester comes to an end we start the summer term with a better idea as to what it will entail. Online classes have allowed us to continue our studies in these uncertain times. For some, these class changes have been difficult to adapt to with live online classes or videos posted of lectures for everyone to watch at their own pace. Many peop...

April 20, 2020

As we all get used to this new way of living, many of you might be wondering about the coming school year and what to expect. Among many new exciting things coming up in the coming year, a new club is one of them! The Sprott Social Impact Club will join the Sprott community in the fall of 2020. SSIC for short, this club is a student run club that focuses...

March 13, 2020

Good afternoon,

On behalf of the SBSS Executive Team, we regret to inform you that based on the recent communications from Carleton University regarding the COVID-19 virus, and after discussions with the Sprott School of Business, the following events and operations will be cancelled until further notice:

- 5 Days for the Homeless

- First Year Bowling Event


February 24, 2020

The Sprott Business Students’ Society is pleased to introduce the executive team for the 2020-2021 academic year. This team will be led by the incoming President, Emily Buchkowsky. To learn more about Emily Buchkowsky, please see our 2020-21 President announcement.

Executive team members were selected by an application, interview and voting process by Cla...

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