Students' Union News

  • We’re almost there!

    December 1, 2016  |   Found in Advocacy // News
  • The marathon is almost over. We’ve all been running for a very long time, and yes there were some rough patches along the way, but we’re all still together fighting the good fight. As the school year comes to a close, let’s take a little run down memory lane. We started off the race full […]

    March 31, 2016  |   Found in Editorial
  • The University of Calgary and the Students’ Union agreed today to extend the mediation period to April 15, 2016 at 5 p.m. with regards to ownership and an agreement to maintain the Students’ Union’s management of MacHall. This demonstrates the continued commitment by both parties to come to a fair and equitable agreement that recognizes […]

    March 24, 2016  |   Found in MyMacHall Dispute // News
  • After three months of mediation, negotiations over the ownership and management of MacHall broke down today (April 15, 2016). The parties were unable to resolve fundamental differences on ownership that would have put an end to this dispute over MacHall. “We hoped to be able to announce that we’ve come to an agreement with the […]

    April 15, 2016  |   Found in Media Releases // MyMacHall Dispute // News
  • Working in a group can be very daunting, questions such as whether or not you’ll like the others or if you’ll be able to work together effectively are some common fears that make teams and groups scary. However, group/team work can be very beneficial and rewarding when everyone is able to work effectively together and […]

    March 11, 2016  |   Found in Editorial
  • Oftentimes, students think being an executive or faculty representative is synonymous with getting involved with the Students’ Union, but it turns out there are tons of other ways to be a part of the team. And technically you’re already on the team, as we, post-secondary students, are the reason for the union’s existence! As mentioned, […]

    March 18, 2016  |   Found in Editorial
  • You get to a class and settle into your seat for 50 minutes of surfing Facebook attentive learning. You end up meeting a really nice person and end your conversation with “see you on (insert next day of class here)!”. The next day of class comes and goes, as do many after it. In the […]

    March 15, 2016  |   Found in Editorial
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