Students' Union News

  • Did you know that the number of people using the SU Campus Food Bank has more than doubled in the past two years? Food security is an issue right here on campus. Here are three ways you can help support this vital service this holiday season: Holiday Food Drive Calling all Clubs: we need your […]

    November 4, 2016  |   Found in Student Life // SU Campus Food Bank // Volunteering
  • Meanwhile in MacHall… After spending their semester break and early January collecting nonperishable food donations, student teams competed to build creative sculptures in MacHall. The winning team, The “students”, built an Olympic Park sculpture that included a ski jump, a halfpipe and salad dressing skiers!

    January 28, 2016  |   Found in Frostbite // Student Life // SU Campus Food Bank // Volunteering
  • Meanwhile, in MacHall… On Tuesday, Sept. 22, the SU held its annual U-Help Volunteer Fair. Throughout the north and south courtyards, representatives from 35 non-profit organizations gathered to promote their current volunteer opportunities. If you missed the U-Help Volunteer fair, drop by the SU Volunteer Services newly renovated space and check out volunteer opportunities on […]

    September 24, 2015  |   Found in News // Volunteering
  • Meanwhile, in MacHall… Volunteer Services is one of the most treasured branches of the SU. Each year, hundreds of friendly and hardworking students volunteer their time with programs such as the SU Campus Food Bank, Students for Literacy, or the Volunteer Tax Program. These students help provide everything from free healthy breakfasts to free income […]

    October 8, 2015  |   Found in News // Volunteering
  • Filing tax returns is often regarded as something for grown up people with real income. Low income earners and students feel that they do not earn enough money and paying taxes will only make them poorer. However, there are several fringe benefits that come with filing tax returns including deductions, rebates and avoiding penalties: There are […]

    March 16, 2015  |   Found in Editorial // Volunteering
  • Spring break. Those two words have a myriad of different meanings to a student population. Perhaps, to you, that’s your opportunity to get away and experience some fun in the sun. Maybe it’s a chance to catch up on some much deserved sleep. Or, if you are like me, it was an opportunity to do […]

    March 10, 2015  |   Found in Editorial // Volunteering
  • A look inside the SU Volunteer Service program known as Alternative Spring Break. It’s reading break, and everyone is excited to just have a week to binge at their favourite TV series or get back the sleep they lost over the winter semester. However, there’s a group of 18 students that have signed up for […]

    March 10, 2015  |   Found in Editorial // Volunteering
  • How are you going to spend all that free time in between classes? So by now you’ve sorted out your schedule. You got rid of your 8 a.m. classes and you know which bus to catch. You told your boss that you can’t work Thursday nights any more. So how are you going to spend […]

    September 11, 2015  |   Found in cinemania // Clubs // News // Student Life // Volunteering
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