From seven possible candidates, University of Saskatchewan undergraduates have chosen four students to represent them as members of the U of S Students’ Union
The 2013-14 USSU elections results are in.
Jared Brown edged out his competition to become the first aboriginal student to lead University of Saskatchewan undergraduates in the school’s 105-year history. Brown, who identifies as both First Nations and Métis, is studying sociology and has spent the past two years as an Indigenous Students’ Council representative on University Students’ Council.
The polls have closed and the 2012-2013 USSU executive has been elected. Read on for a breakdown of the results.
A new school year means a brand new USSU Executive. The Sheaf sat down with all four members of this year's Executive, to bring you a preview of what you can expect from them during the next year.
In case you missed it in our last print edition of the year, here are the results of the 2011 USSU Election - in glorious infographic format.
Voting for the 2011-12 USSU executive is officially underway. This afternoon, the Sheaf sat down with the candidates running for the most contested position ”” VP student affairs ”” to ask how the campaigns have progressed, and learn which strategies they have employed.
With only days to go before the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union election, here are quick profiles of the candidates and their answers to a set of questions sure to shape next year's executive.
Here is a full list of candidates running for USSU positions. We have included videos when available. The election will be on March 30 on PAWS.
Blair Shumlich will finish his elected term with the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union despite his position having been eliminated at a Special General Meeting.