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Whether you choose to spend the day drinking green beer, desperately tracing your family genealogy to Ireland or drinking green beer, the possibilities are endless.
I revelled in the pile of goodies that had appeared before me. This, I thought, this is student government.
9:15 p.m.: I think of the faces of SFU students. We’re taught to remove the humanity from them, you know, because we want to destroy them with a laser.
Campaign photos are also an oft-overlooked sore spot for even the most diligent candidate. While buttoning the top button of your only dress shirt and leaning on a tree may seem attractive, most of such photos mirror more of a “high school jock” — rather than a future leader.
Remember the days where, instead of being a C-average university student, you were a level 50 in the wildy?
Tyga’s Block Party performance is sure to be one of the more unique ones this semester, as it might heavily feat. the US judicial system.
The candidates will be voted on by students and will be a part of the regular AMS ballot open from March 11 to 15.
While we don’t really know who CANDIDATE NAME is, our best guess is that he has been created by a group of really bored computer science students who know how to use a Markov chain generator, whatever that is, as the creators of the website for CANDIDATE NAME allege.
I had no idea I’d be confronted with student government before 10 a.m. But who am I kidding? It’s AMS elections. Nowhere is safe.
“From the Cult” will be churning out great, important content that I’m sure will truly change the hearts and minds of the voting population, make all the candidates block us on all social media, and have people on Reddit and Facebook comments saying that The Ubyssey sucks and is too much like Buzzfeed.
Though this year is a bit different from times gone by, as the voting period will last a raunchy three weeks period — thanks to not wanting to break the law. That’s a lot of time, so we wondered what other things could happen in that same amount of time. Here’s the skinny.
The AMS has announced the five questions it has put forward and the two questions submitted by petition to be voted on by students in this year’s referenda — and you’ll have the final say when voting is open from March 11 to 15.
Volunteers will collect garbage on campus, and later come together to weigh their bags to see who picked up the most in order to win those sweet Block Party tickets.
A petition has surfaced on change.org to rename the fraternity Kappa Sig to Peppa Pig, created by the account Official UBC Memes.