Don’t miss your chance to be a part of Schulich’s history. The Schulich Time Capsule is ready to receive your thoughts and messages. The capsule will be sealed at the official opening of the new Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building in 2018. In 50 years, the Schulich community will unseal the Time Capsule – make sure your message is there. Don’t miss out.

Share your message and thoughts for the Time Capsule.  Here’s some ideas to get you started:

  • What is your message to the student community in 2068?
  • What do you think the Schulich School of Business will stand for in 2068?
  • What will be the key issues facing the world in 2068?
  • What will be a key business issue in Canada or globally in 2068?

The Time Capsule was created to honour Schulich’s recently celebrated 50th Anniversary.


Or send your submissions by email, mail, fax or in-person to:
Ellinore Gomez, Project Coordinator, Annual Giving and Stewardship
Office: (416) 736-5648 | Fax: (416) 650-8071 &
York University, Seymour Schulich Building, Lawrence Bloomberg Wing, W362N
4700 Keele St., Toronto, ON  M3J 1P3

HENRY LE (MBA Candidate 2019)
In 50 years:
– Vehicles will no longer exist. All transportation will take place in the air.
– AI will be prevalent and manual labour will be taken over by machines.
– I hope I’m able to read this again.

I loved my time at Schulich and can’t wait to see what will happen in 50 years of Leading Change. Schulich is already a leader in sustainability and I am confident they will be pioneering much more in the next 50 years. Focus on the learning, follow your passion and make the most of your Schulich experience!

GBC Team 2018

Hello from the 2017-2018 GBC!
We’re hoping that you’re reading this with robotic eyes. Does GBC even exist anymore?
Please contact us. We hope that 2068 is awesome. 2018 definitely is!
Lots of Love,
Daniella – CEO of own personal company that makes $1 billion per year. Is that even a lot?
Ty – CEO of best luxury hospitality company ever.
Levin – CEO of Incubus, the Band.
Allie – CEO of Schulich.

Andrew Chan (MBA ’88) adds a polaroid to his Time Capsule message

Jeff Halpern (BBA ’78’) stops by the Time Capsule table

Ron Sidon (MBA ’68) deposits his message, with wife Anne