Jack Hauen

Jack Hauen

Coordinating editor/embarrassing stepdad

Jack spends a large, almost depressing portion of his time at The Ubyssey, where he grumbles about the Board of Governors and hassles the nice people at Access and Privacy. People have let him work at the CBC, National Post and Globe and Mail because Canadian journalism is in a worse place than you thought. Follow his Twitter for dad puns and his Instagram for pictures of cool dogs he sees.


In 2014, students voted overwhelmingly in favour of a referendum that said the AMS, “guided by the principle that education is a right, [should] advocate for reduced tuition for both national and international students.” They haven’t been doing that.

Lifeline executive Irene De Souza said the group wasn’t there to argue, but did have the end goal of changing minds. “We’re ... just basically asking the question of whether all humans get human rights,” she said.

Holmes ran on a platform of affordability, diversity, improving the student experience and adding additional experiental learning opportunities like co-op.

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