Students' Union News

  • It’s that time again… midterm season. What some of us like to call the scary days, when the library becomes our home and sleep is but a distant memory. Not all of us find midterm and exam season to be one of our favorites, but it’s still something we all must go through. It’s stressful, […]

    October 15, 2018  |   Found in Editorial // Feature
  • The Students’ Union held a Stressbuster Workshop for students on September 18, focusing on positive stress, and how to turn negative stress into positive stress. If you missed the workshop or want a refresher on positive stress, this post has you covered. When we think of stress, what usually comes to mind are negative experiences: […]

    October 9, 2018  |   Found in Editorial
  • Tucked behind the Volunteer Services office in MacHall lies the Students’ Union Campus Food Bank (CFB), buzzing with the sounds of hamper packing and the low hum of its fridges and freezers. In its 25 years of history, the CFB has quite a formidable list of the vital role it’s played in improving the quality […]

    August 1, 2018  |   Found in Editorial // SU Campus Food Bank
  • 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
  • When you think of the SU, one of three things probably comes to mind: BSD, Thursden, or the first time you saw those blue sunglasses at O-Week. As cool as those things are, there’s actually a lot more to the SU! Here are ten things you probably didn’t know about your Students’ Union. The SU […]

    March 2, 2017  |   Found in Editorial // Feature
  • Finding a place to live can be stressful, especially if it’s the first time you’ve done it alone. There are lots of options out there, and perhaps the most appealing to those on a budget is a secondary suite. A secondary suite, also known as a “basement suite,” is a separate dwelling inside a single […]

    March 2, 2017  |   Found in Advocacy // Editorial // Feature
  • 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
  • Craving a Roomationship? 5 tips on how to build a great relationship with your roommate A ‘roomationship’ is an expression used to define a relationship between roommates. Urban dictionary suggests it is a relationship on which they can hold trust; a bond which cannot be broken. Unfortunately, many roomationships do not experience this kind of […]

    November 4, 2016  |   Found in Editorial // Feature
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