Students' Union News

  • It’s the end of an era. At least, for me and everyone else graduating this year it is. I’ve been in school for six full years, studied every Fall and Winter (and the occasional Spring) semester, and have come out the other side with two degrees under my belt, a year of Co-op work experience, […]

    April 11, 2018  |   Found in Editorial
  • Campus Infrastructure: Its impact on the student experience. There are several factors that influence a student’s experience during their undergraduate career. These can include their extracurricular activities such as clubs, their choice to take on undergraduate research opportunities, or wondering what awaits post-convocation. One of the subtle influences that can impact their experience is the […]

    March 26, 2018  |   Found in Advocacy // Editorial
  • I have a lot of thoughts about the Connor Neurauter situation and I think it’s time that I speak up about them. I am writing this for two reasons. The first is to dispel the idea that there has been a “near unanimous” response from students about what should be done. This has not been […]

    January 25, 2018  |   Found in Editorial
  • As a student, balancing school, work, volunteering, and a social life can become overwhelming. Thankfully, over my years at the University of Calgary I have learned some tricks that help me stay organised and on top of things. Below are my top 6 tips to keeping an organised agenda. 1. buy an agenda and actually […]

    January 12, 2018  |   Found in Editorial
  • Hello there! If you’re reading this, chances are we’ve already met… well kind of. You know that voice in your head that reads things to you? Well, if you happen to follow the SU’s Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, every time you look at a photo, watch an Instagram story, or read a caption, that little […]

    January 22, 2018  |   Found in Editorial
  • At this point in the semester, you’ve either written a paper already, have one due in the next two weeks, or have a take-home final. In any case, all three scenarios have something in common: writing a paper. Everybody hates writing papers — even those English majors that you meet, or some other weirdos who […]

    November 21, 2017  |   Found in Editorial
  • An English Major’s Unconventional Writing Tips For those people who are not literarily inclined, writing essays can be an overwhelming experience. Maybe you’re like my brother who has only ever “read” the Michael Phelps biography audiobook. (I’m sure it’s a great choice.) Maybe the only thing you’ve “written” is a U of C confession about […]

    February 23, 2018  |   Found in Editorial
  • You just finished a midterm. You kind of forgot about that assignment due in two days. And your friends asked you to hang out tonight. Tired and exhausted, you sit deflated in TFDL and search up “How do I get organized?”. You start skimming through list articles, and everything is popping. Yes, I’ll start writing […]

    November 9, 2017  |   Found in Editorial
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