Students' Union 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • An almost somewhat kinda all-emcompassing guide to getting through your degree flawlessly. JK. Not really. Look around and take a deep breath. The frosh air is stuffy yet crisp with undertones of unexplainable anxiety and eagerness. Remember your first day? Whether you’re one semester away from walking the stage or still trying to find the […]

    October 27, 2015  |   Found in Editorial // Student Life
  • 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
  • March 8, 2018 New SU Executive and Other Officials to be Sworn in April 27th After weeks of campaigning and candidate forums, undergraduate students at the University of Calgary have elected a new slate of student leaders for 2018-2019. President-elect Sagar Grewal was acclaimed after serving as SU Kinesiology Representative for the last two years. […]

    March 8, 2018  |   Found in Elections // News
  • Oct. 13, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The results of an unusually contested SU By-Election are official. Five positions were open going into this week’s vote. Students at the Cumming School of Medicine elected Jameson Dundas to the Students’ Legislative Council while Werklund School of Education students elected Megan Leung. Dundas and Leung captured 17 percent […]

    October 13, 2017  |   Found in Advocacy // Elections // Media Releases // News
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