Students' Union News

  • Welcome back to school everyone. I’ll keep this brief and talk to you about everyone’s 4 favourite things: Doing their taxes Filling out the SU survey Pack the Jack Sex (distant fourth though) First up, let’s talk about taxes. It’s going to be the only constant thing in our sad, sad lives so might as […]

    February 2, 2016  |   Found in Advocacy // News
  • Welcome back for the winter semester U of C students – this is your Students’ Union (SU) president with a quick update on everything you need to know for this term. I’ll keep it brief, but check the links if you want more info. First up –Take the annual SU Survey now and enter to […]

    January 14, 2016  |   Found in Advocacy // News
  • Your Opinion Matters! Complete the SU Survey and enter to win free food in MacHall! Take the annual SU Survey now and enter to win a $10 voucher to use in MacHall! We’re looking for YOUR feedback on the SU’s programs and services and want to know what we can do to make the student experience […]

    January 7, 2016  |   Found in Advocacy
  • If you’ve got big ideas about improving campus, make sure to take advantage of the $1.7 MILLION fund that the SU distributes through Quality Money as part of a unique partnership between the Board of Governors and the SU! No project is too big or too small, but the deadline is Nov. 27 so make […]

    November 16, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy // News
  • Why should I vote? Why should I vote when my voice doesn’t really matter? Why should I waste my time with such a flawed political process, when I know at the end of the day that these politicians will never deliver on their promises? I don’t need to vote because it’s not my problem. I […]

    October 8, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy // Editorial
  • Hey U of C! There are some incredibly important things happening on campus right now. The federal election is happening and your SU is working hard to make sure as many university students get out to vote as possible! There are advanced polling stations on campus right now until Oct. 8, where you can go […]

    October 6, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy
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