Amendments to the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union bylaw have raised the level of engagement councillors are required to have with students.
Once again, students are arguing about the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union. Private information came to light in the Sheaf’s March 8 edition, which used anonymous sources to report both the complaint and the decision by University Students’ Council to not inform students of the matter. There are three separate parties involved in the affair that
Student government is a sphere in which future leaders hone their critical and rhetorical skills, and everyone is permitted the odd lapse in judgement. The tenor of the debate at the AGM, however, exceeded the bounds of reasonable debate. People went from disagreeing to being disagreeable, and perfectly illustrated that in student politics, the smaller
Elections for Members of Student Council will now be regulated by the students’ union, administered through PAWS and held in conjunction with the springtime executive election, following a majority vote at the Nov. 17 University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union annual general meeting.
Campus polls are a rarity in Canada, or they are under publicized, and as a result students often suffer.
Council passes a motion endorsing an exclusive beverage contract with Coca-Cola that also bans the sale of bottled water. Also, campus safety and a potential white water park are discussed.
University of Saskatchewan Students' Union President Chris Stoicheff sat down with the Sheaf to update us on his summer and what he plans to accomplish this upcoming school year. Making the university more accessible and inclusive are his top priorities.