Only an apology will make the university’s actions sincere.
For the second time in the last three weeks, students' council voted down building a social justice centre at the University of Saskatchewan next year.
There will not be a social justice centre at the University of Saskatchewan next year. Councillors voted 11 to nine against building the centre at the March 24 meeting of student council.
The proposed University of Saskatchewan Students' Union Centre for Social Justice was the focus of the latest Students' Council meeting. However, a final decision has been postponed until March 24.
A Social Justice Centre might become the next University of Saskatchewan Students' Union project.