Nick Harris wins solo race with plans to take action to reopen student business and improve mental health coverage, but will have to work hard for student engagement.
Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The Student Life Vice President is responsible for tasks such as societies and orientation week and is the student representative on the Occupation Health and Safety committee at King’s. Luke Baumgart Luke Baumgart (he/him) is a first year FYP arts student from […]
Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The External VP is responsible for tasks such as resource centres, liaising with South House and running services and campaigns. Aideen Reynolds Second-year student Aideen Reynolds (She/They) is hoping to motivate student activism as the KSU’s next External Vice President. Reynolds is […]
Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The Board of Governor’s representatives are responsible for sitting on the Board as voting members, representing the interests of students, and reporting events that happen at the Board to KSU Council. Naomi Puddicombe Naomi Puddicombe (she/her) is a first-year student pursuing a […]
Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The Financial Vice President is responsible for putting together budgets, processing society funding requests, and acting as the liaison with the bursar’s office and King’s budget committee. Victoria Gibbs Victoria Gibbs (she/her) is a second-year studying Political Science and International Development. She […]
KSU claims victory but says work is still to be done.
This year, going home for the holidays will cost international students $1528 to self isolate when they come back. Students coming back to Halifax from outside Canada will be required to fund a hotel stay and meals for 14 days. This added fee is on top of the estimated $2000 some international students may pay […]
Founder says the idea came after a long wait from the Dalhousie Accessibility Centre for accommodations.
Loosened restrictions mean that students are one step closer to the social atmosphere they have been lacking.
We are one step closer to a strike at Dalhousie, but there’s still time for a deal.