April is finally here, and we have a few more notes on events and programs for this winter term. The big event this week is a Q&A with Opposition Leader Rachel Notley – there are still a few seats left, and you can RSVP below.
Evening Q&A with Rachel Notley: April 5
The SU is hosting Opposition Leader Rachel Notley for an evening Q&A on post-secondary and Calgary issues. Join us Wednesday, April 5 at 5 p.m. in MacEwan Ballroom for this free event. RSVP at this link.
Disney Trivia Night at the Den: April 4
Who is the villain in Sleeping Beauty? Who is Pinocchio’s conscience? Join us for Disney Trivia night at the Den: Tuesday, April 4, from 6 – 8:30 p.m.
SU Living Room: April 5
Take a study break with us! Drop by That Empty Space any time April 5 for complimentary movies, snacks, and fun activities. We’re showing Top Gun Maverick at 10:30 a.m., and Everything Everywhere All at Once at 1:00 p.m.
Bermuda Shorts Day (BSD) in the Den: April 12
Celebrate the last day of classes in the Den: April 12, from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. There will be drink specials and special drinks (with alcohol and alcohol-free), free food and snacks, games and prizes, DJs, karaoke, and more.
Get Out the Vote: now until May 29
Alberta’s provincial election is coming up at the end of May. Are you new to voting, or wondering how to vote on campus? Sign up for text and email updates from the SU and you will be entered to win great prizes like $250 at the campus bookstore or $100 to spend at the Den! Sign up here to get out the vote.
Good Food Box order deadline: April 11
The SU Campus Food Bank is your local Good Food Box depot. The next order deadline is April 11. Order a small, medium, or large box of affordable fruits and vegetables by emailing email@example.com
Ramadan hampers: now until April 17
From March 13 – April 17, the SU Campus Food Bank is offering a special food hamper for those campus community members who may need a little support to celebrate the occasion this year. Request a Ramadan Hamper through the SU Campus Food Bank by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure you clean out your locker by April 26. If you leave anything behind, you’ll be able to retrieve it at a cost of $10/bag at Bound and Copied. Unclaimed items will be donated to local charities. Please visit the locker page on our website for more information. If you need a locker for the spring or summer semesters, they’re available on your Student Centre now!
Consign your used textbooks
If you need to get rid of some of those textbooks from your locker, consign them and make some money. Bring your used textbooks to Bound and Copied, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Check out Bound and Copied’s website for more information.
Good luck with your final projects and exams – you’ve got this.
All the best,
President, Students’ Union