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{\huge \bfseries University of Waterloo \\Computer Science Club }\\ Press Kit\\[0.4cm]
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\begin{flushleft} \large
Edgar Bering, \\Winter 2010 Vice President
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{\large Last Modified: \today}
\section{General information}
\subsection{About the Computer Science Club}
Founded in 1967, the University of Waterloo Computer Science Club has been a nexus of undergraduate
Computer Science at Waterloo. Organized an run entirely by undergraduates, the club has a broad mandate
to promote a greater interest in CS amongst the undergraduate population. Towards this goal the club
organizes lectures in CS from high-profile out of town speakers (Joel Spolsky, Richard Stallman, and Gerald Sussman are
amongst the club's distinguished guests) targeted at the undergraduate community; hosts programming contests;
and operates an office on the University of Waterloo campus to provide a library, work area, and social space
for Computer Science Students. For further details, visit \texttt{}.
\subsection{About the University of Waterloo}
In just half a century, the University of Waterloo, located at the heart of Canada's Technology
Triangle, has become one of Canada's leading comprehensive universities with 30,000 full- and
part-time students in undergraduate and graduate programs. Waterloo, as home to the world's largest
post-secondary co-operative education program, embraces its connections to the world and encourages
enterprising partnerships in learning, research and discovery. In the next decade, the university is
committed to building a better future for Canada and the world by championing innovation and
collaboration to create solutions relevant to the needs of today and tomorrow. For further details,
visit \texttt{}.
\section{Quick Facts}
\subsection{Computer Science Club}
\subsubsection{Basic Information}
\item[Founded:] 1967
\item[Membership:] 247
\item[Recent speakers:] Joel Spolsky, Richard Stallman, Paul Lutus, Gerald J. Sussman
\item[President:] Jeff Cameron
\item[Vice President:] Brennan Taylor
\item[Faculty Advisor:] Prabhakar Ragde
\subsection{CSC President: Jeff Cameron}
\subsection{CSC VP: Brennan Taylor}
\section{Photograph Usage Guidelines}
The photographs included with this kit are released for use in media covering
the CS Club, all other rights are reserved by the original photographer. Captions are provided here,
the numbers correspond to the photo number:
\section{Logo and Brand Usage Guidelines}
\subsection{CSC Logo}
There are two versions of the CSC Logo included with this kit, one with words and one without. If
the phrase "Computer Science Club" will appear obviously close to a wordless logo, and it is difficult
to fit in the logo with words, then by all means use what looks better. Otherwise, as our logo's brand
recognition isn't that strong outside of the University of Waterloo community please use the CSC logo
with words as one piece.
In either case do not modify the aspect ratio or font specified (if you do not have a license for
Helvetica use an appropriate substitute). The logo may presented in any colour on any background
provided a sufficiently high contrast is used and, if used, the words must remain easily ledgible.
The CSC logo may be used along side anything closely related to the Computer Science Club.
\subsection{Universtity of Waterloo Logo}
Please refer to \texttt{\_ID.pdf} for the
University of Waterloo's visual identity guide and logo usage guidelines.
\section{Contact Information}
\subsection{General CSC Inquiries}
\item[Who:] Computer Science Club Executive
\item[E-mail:] \texttt{}
\item[Phone:] (519)-888-4567 x33870