As Max FineDay sees out his term as the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union president, his accomplishments through the year will have a lasting effect on students’ lives
University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union candidate campaigns were announced on March 16. Although Desirée Steele, vice-president of academic affairs for the 2014–15 academic year, will not be returning as an executive, she is no less excited about the electoral race.
With the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union general elections in full swing, candidates for next year’s executive are out campaigning. This year the president, vice-president academic affairs and vice-president student affairs all have two candidates in the running while the vice-president operations and finance has an uncontested candidate. Noah Kelleher and Jack Saddleback are the…
Current vice-president operations and finance Elias Nelson is doling out advice for students thinking of running for the executive.
USSU News and Events, only 19.2 per cent of the eligible undergraduate student body voted in the 2014 USSU executive elections — this was a miniscule 3,251 students out of 16,975.
With University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union elections just around the corner, the Sheaf was able to catch up with vice-president student affairs Jack Saddleback to get an inside look at the value of the student union’s executive team.
It’s half way through the school year and the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union executive is transitioning into the second half of their term as the voices for the undergraduate population.
The University of Saskatchewan’s Student Union ranks in the top five student unions in Canada when it comes to advancing and protecting the principles of freedom of speech, according to the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union executive has been hard at work this summer in preparation for the 2014-15 school year. The executive has set some ambitious goals which they hope will enhance the student experience.
From seven possible candidates, University of Saskatchewan undergraduates have chosen four students to represent them as members of the U of S Students’ Union