Students' Union News

  • Apply now for Alternative Spring Break and work with local non-profit organizations that focus on social justice issues like health, literacy, and poverty. Students volunteer in groups and have the opportunity to receive Co-Curricular credit in only three days!

    January 15, 2018  |   Found in News
  • 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
  • Welcome back UCalgary students! Congrats on making it to the winter semester! This is your Students’ Union president with a quick update on some key details for the next few weeks. I’ll keep it brief, so check the links if you want more info. First up – Do our annual SU Survey now and enter […]

    January 8, 2018  |   Found in News
  • 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
  • It sure is hard to believe the semester is almost over! The past few months have flown by and it’s almost time for exams. We know that the end of the semester is crunch time and you’re no doubt pulling all-nighters, so the SU has got you covered for stress relief: Start off by dropping […]

    December 5, 2017  |   Found in Advocacy // Get Involved // Student Life
  • Would you, your family or department like to adopt a student family this holiday season and provide gift hampers for children? Or maybe you are a student who is worried about providing gifts for your children this holiday season?

    October 24, 2017  |   Found in News
  • 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
  • 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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