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UPEI Receives $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Grant

By: Iain Burhoe and Nathan Hood UPEI will be expanding its Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) program after it was announced it has received a $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant. The grant will go towards training two... Continue Reading →

White Nationalist Posters Spotted on PEI

By: Allison O’Brien Last week, a number of UPEI students reported seeing white nationalist posters around Charlottetown. The posters read, “Stop the ethnocide of old-stock Canadians” along “Defend Your Freedom” and “Defend Your Identity.” The posters were placed at a... Continue Reading →

Purchasing Followers on Social Media

By: Scott Grant On Monday, January 15th at 7:00 P.M. or so, I decided to venture into the world of purchasing followers for my social media accounts. For this experiment I decided to use my Instagram, because who doesn’t want... Continue Reading →

Letter: Life Gives you Lemons; Meal Hall Doesn’t

Growing up, I was always preached to about eating the daily intake of fresh fruits that was prescribed to me not only by Canada’s Food Guide but also by my parents. They told me tall tales of princesses who gained... Continue Reading →

UPEISU Presidential Byelection Candidates Revealed

By: Nathan Hood The nomination period for the UPEISU presidential byelection closed on Tuesday, January 16th and Chelsea Perry, a first-year political science student, and fifth-year political science student Justin Clory are the sole candidates for the position. The post... Continue Reading →

Council Recap: January 14th, 2017

By: Nathan Hood Council met on January 14th to discuss a proposal for a strategic plan subcommittee and review financial reports for The Wave and Mickey’s Place. Of note, former SU president Hammad Ahmed was in attendance for the first... Continue Reading →

Inside the 2nd Annual UPEI Case Competition

By: Dan Timen “And the winning team is…” These words captured the attention of the UPEI students in Downtown Charlottetown’s Next Door Lounge on Friday evening. The large crowd in suits and blazers eagerly anticipated the announcement of the winners... Continue Reading →

Downtown Charlottetown Bubbling with Activity

By: Adi Vella Charlottetown as a city is seeing a wave of community engagement that has been adapted into the business models of local entrepreneurs. Local businesses run by enthusiastic and relatively ‘young’ individuals have created spaces throughout the city,... Continue Reading →

Coalition Applauds Inclusion of People Named Robert in Cabinet

By: Nathan Hood CHARLOTTETOWN - The PEI Coalition for Roberts in Government is happy with the province’s continued inclusion of people named Robert in cabinet. “We are thrilled to see government recognize the unique perspectives and value provided by people... Continue Reading →

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