Siddharth Rout is a second-year PhD student studying geophysics, running for the Board of Governors.
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Eshana Bhangu is running for a second term on the Board of Governors with a platform centered around improving the overall student experience.
Kamil Kanji is hoping to join the Board of Governors with a platform focused on increasing affordability, accessibility and support for international students.
Jasper Lorien is running to be student governor on a platform centered around freezing tuition and housing fees, divestment from companies complicit in human rights violations and increasing student housing construction.
Ferdinand Rother is a third-year economics student running for the Board of Governors on a platform focused on advocating for international students, environmental sustainability and affordability for students.
Ayesha Irfan is running for VP external on a platform centred around advocating for international students, housing and transit.
Drédyn Fontana is running for AMS VP academic and university affairs (AUA) under a platform of increased affordability, accessibility and equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
Third-year political science student Taushifa Shaikh is running for AMS VP academic and university affairs (AUA) after experiencing frustration with the AMS centring university interests over student priorities.
Alex Chui is running for a spot as one of five student senators at-large with a platform centered around furthering accessibility, accountability, diversity and inclusion.
Last week, the Thunderbirds travelled to the University of Manitoba to suit up for the Canada West playoffs, where they fell to the UNBC Timberwolves, 86–76, ending their season.
RacketLines was founded by two first-year students looking to provide a cheaper option for racket re-stringing while lessening its environmental impact.
Kyle Rogers is running for a place as one of five student senators at-large with a campaign focused on amending the academic calendar.
Kareem Hassib is running for re-election for a second term as a student senator-at-large on a platform of accessibility, accountability and equity.
Sahib Malik is running to be one of five student senators-at-large for the 2024/25 academic year on a platform centred around creating more flexible course scheduling options and increasing the Senate’s transparency.
Third-year economics student Ferdinand Rother is running to be student senator-at-large on a platform focused on supporting international students, transparency and student community.