The case in question at McGill has ended but the conversation on divestment continues.
Two vice-presidents discuss past, present and future plans for the students’ union.
It has been a great year in news, so let’s look back on the top stories from 2019.
Cultural leader Joseph Naytowhow works at helping and healing the campus community through traditional knowledge.
USSU says “it’s systemically racist” and commits to finding a way forward.
USSU president hopes the strategic goals will help students understand the union’s direction.
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.
D'Eon's motion, first raised in May, to be considered for a vote in September.
The governing bodies of the university and how they affect you.