Thursday, October 22, 2020

Tag: UTSU

Students divided

Slates hash our differences at the U of T Students’ Union All-Candidates Debate

Voter turnout down to seven percent in UTSU election

The unofficial results of the 2011 UTSU elections were announced on Friday. After an election that garnered an aproximate 7 percent voter turnout, the...

Unite for Action says “we’re just ordinary students”

Third-year student Lena Elamin is the sole candidate in contention for the position of VP Equity for the University of Toronto Student Union. Elamin...

Students claim to be unfairly disqualified

The U of T Student Union elections have undergone controversy after a slate of opposition candidates have boycotted the elections, claiming the process is...

Slate boycotts UTSU election after alleged last-minute disqualification

Following Sunday’s all-candidates meeting for the upcoming UTSU election, StudentsFirst, one of the two major slates, announced it was boycotting the proceedings due to...

AGM proxy forms mishandled at UTM

An investigation conducted by The Medium has exposed a mishandling of the collection and distribution of proxy forms at UTM for the 2009 Annual...

WUSC welcomes students

This past August, a student from Kenya was sponsored to study full-time at UTM. Abdi Hassan Ahmed is the third student sponsored through the...

Inside the UTSU Election

From Tuesday March 10 until Thursday March 12, students at the University of Toronto will be voting to elect a new student union, which will either be the "Change U of T" slate of candidates or the "Demand Access" ticket. Jason Marin from Change and Adam Awad from Demand Access discuss their reasons for running and what their tickets represent.

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