The U-Pass — which has shown an increase in ridership of 25 per cent on routes to and from the University of Manitoba since inception — has taken a minimum of 7,000 students out of their cars and onto a bus each day.
It is easier to diagnose a problem than to solve it. And it’s harder still to come up with a solution that a majority of your friends, colleagues and compatriots can support.
After just two years of the U-Pass being in effect, U of M ridership was up by 25 per cent. A fee increase without additional benefits threatens this.
Canadian Museum of Human Rights “die-in” and Green New Deal are the beginning of a new outlook on climate change.
UMSU president Jakob Sanderson on the “bad economic policy” of international student healthcare hikes.
Re-allocating funds away from tax credits could put more money in students’ pockets.
Given the need for increased representation of marginalized communities and its inherent relationship to the need for increased funding, UMSU is facing a difficult situation. Perhaps the best solution is to stop trying to represent them.
UMSU president Jakob Sanderson explains why UMSU should leave CFS.
UMSU president Jakob Sanderson defends the pro-choice position and condemns the CCBR
UMSU president Jakob Sanderson advocates for the university to ambitiously act against sexual violence on campus.