While physical distancing postponed the celebrations, the new executive is ready to lead during this crisis.
Despite the COVID-19 prevention measures, the USSU elections are going ahead with mostly online campaigning.
The vote to open up USSU executive positions to international students did not take place.
Through the party, Conservative students have gained experience working on a campaign.
Students can vote on the Elections channel in PAWS on Oct. 9 and 10.
An international student says those on study permits cannot run for the USSU executive.
Undergraduate students will elect a new VP Student Affairs in the fall.
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