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By: Nathan Hood UPEISU President Chelsea Perry has resigned, according to a resignation letter obtained by The Cadre. The letter read as follows: 13 March 2018 Dear Councillors and fellow executives, It is with a heavy heart that I ask... Continue Reading →

PEI Theatre Community to Celebrate World Theatre Day

By: Adi Vella PEI’s annual Community Theatre Festival will mark the 57th celebration of World Theatre Day during the afternoon of March 17th at the Carrefour in Charlottetown. Seven short plays will run approximately 45 minutes  throughout the afternoon. It... Continue Reading →

2018 UPEISU Election Results Announced, McGuigan Elected President

Results are unofficial until approved by UPEISU Council

UPEI Hosting AUUHCC This Weekend

By: Melyssa Weeks UPEI is hosting the Atlantic Universities Undergraduate History and Classics Conference (AUUHCC) this weekend, starting today and ending March 4th. The conference is open to the public and students are encouraged to attend. For a full list... Continue Reading →

Council Recap: February 25th, 2018

By: Nathan Hood The February 25th meeting of Council saw the reading of a letter criticizing Love & Sex Week, an in-camera discussion of executive evaluations, an update on FOIPP Act work, and the consideration of bylaw and policy amendments.... Continue Reading →

Candidates for Spring Election Revealed

By: Nathan Hood The candidates for the UPEISU’s spring election have been announced. Every executive race will be contested. For President, current Vice President Finance & Administration William McGuigan will face off against past presidential candidate and former arts representative... Continue Reading →

Dalton Hall Renewed

By: Adi Vella Dalton Hall is the second oldest building on the UPEI campus. Its origins date back to 1917 when it was built to serve as a residence. The building was constructed with the financial support of Sir Charles... Continue Reading →

Uncertainty Looms Over Future of Mental Health Initiatives Fund

By: Dan Timen and Nathan Hood The Mental Health Initiatives Fund, launched by the Student Union to support mental health initiatives at UPEI, has sparked debate within the SU as some student leaders attempt to determine its future - while... Continue Reading →

MPHEC: 59% of UPEI Graduates Choosing to Remain on PEI

By: Nathan Hood Newly released survey results from the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission show 59% of first-time UPEI graduates are choosing to stay on PEI after their studies. The data comes from a survey of graduates from the class... Continue Reading →

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