Starting in May, eyes will focus squarely on Evans as the campus waits to see how he — and his promises — fare as the head of the union.
New province, new school, new friends. This is all well and good but I’m still frustratingly the same.
The beginning of the semester is the make-or-break time for your academic drive. Your semester can start with a bang, where your professors come out of the gate with engaging and impact content. Or it can start with a slog, where you lament the restful weeks of December break.
Finance is a dimension that influences so many of our daily interactions, a truth people who didn’t grow up affluent are more likely to be aware of.
One thing you’d know after spending some time in Fort McMurray is what a Canadian ‘cultural mosaic’ really looks like.
I’ve got some outstanding debts with people you don’t want to know, let alone owe, so there’s a bit of a time crunch for you guys to elect me.
Liang campaigned on a platform of streamlining financial operations within the AMS and its constituent organizations, and further developing the relationship between her portfolio and the AMS’s 50,000 student members.
As required by its bylaws, the first 30 minutes of the event were spent waiting to see if it would reach quorum — 570 students, or 1 per cent of its members — so that special motions, votes and discussion could take place.
“I don’t think I would be happy with graduating if I don’t feel like I’ve made any progress, and making the dean aware and more professors aware of the power that they have in shaping how students feel."
“You need that fascination, that kind of wonder … But if I can just get people to say ‘Oh, that’s neat,’ I think I’ve already succeeded,” said Sayson.
“You’ve got an entire life of summers to enjoy, so take these few years you’re in school and stretch them long.”
I know how you might be feeling: Vancouver is huge, teeming with people and feels like it’s catered to all residents, besides you.
[Tiananmen] has made its mark on campus through the Goddess of Democracy statue, which was created in 1991 by the AMS, Chinese Students and Scholars Association and Vancouver Society in Support of the Democratic Movement.
"Where jumping from high school to university gives you marginally more freedom, that seems more like crossing a puddle when compared to the chasm between university living and the world beyond."
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.