UMSU



Sometimes less is more

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, UCRU lobby against tuition tax credit

At the first board meeting since lobbying for students in Ottawa in early December, UMSU president Jakob Sanderson gave a presentation explaining the priorities of the trip — some of which left some at the meeting feeling “frustrated and disappointed.”


LGBTTQ* rep tables name change motion indefinitely

A motion brought to the UMSU board of governors in December by its LGBTTQ* community representative to change the title of the position to the Gender, Sexual and Relationship Diversities (GSRD) representative was tabled indefinitely Thursday.






LGBTTQ* rep reconsidering name change motion

UMSU LGBTTQ* representative Eun-Bi Kang will be bringing forward a motion to change the name of her position to the Gender, Sexual and Relationship Diversities (GSRD) representative at Thursday’s board meeting — a decision she now fears may have been “naive.”