This is an important year for student government. Tuition increases, budget cuts, performance-based funding models and mental health are all at the forefront of student minds. The Gauntlet has worked hard to expand our election coverage this year. That means we’re trying … Read the rest
By Gayathri Peringod, March 2 2020—
The Students’ Union’s General Election Presidential Debate, hosted by the Gauntlet, took place on Feb. 26. The debate was lively, impassioned and wildly entertaining. The format of the debate included opening statements from each … Read the rest
By James Falls, March 8 2019 —
At a quick March 5 meeting, Students’ Legislative Council unanimously approved the first reading of the Students’ Union’s updated Strategic Plan and introduced Quality Money projects.
In his presentation, SU president Sagar Grewal … Read the rest
By Sophie Sutcliffe, March 7 2019 —
(With files from Jason Herring and Kristy Koehler)
The winners of the 2019 Students’ Union General Election were announced March 7 in The Den by chief returning officers Hamnah Altaf and Leah Mordo … Read the rest
By Ashar Memon, March 6 2019 —
Three of the four candidates vying to be president in the 2019 Students’ Union General Election faced off at a forum in MacHall on March 4.
Harrison Montgomery, Jessica Revington and Quinn Stevenson … Read the rest
By Kristy Koehler, March 4 2019 —
The Gauntlet hosted its annual debate on Feb. 28 for candidates running in the Students’ Union presidential election. All four candidates — Harrison Montgomery, Renzo Pereyra, Jessica Revington and Quinn Stevenson — were … Read the rest
By James Falls, February 28 2019 —
A number of consultations marked the Feb. 26 meeting of Students’ Legislative Council, the final session before voting opens for the 2019 SU General Election.
The council first saw a presentation from Natasha … Read the rest
By Jason Herring, February 15 2019 —
The Students’ Union officially announced the candidates of the 2019 General Election on Feb. 15. A total of 42 students are running in this year’s election, slightly lower than the average of 49 … Read the rest