Waste of Space: Why the UPEI SU App Needs Revision

It’s very refreshing to have many systems that enhance daily student experiences here at UPEI. With utilities such as Onesearch, Moodle, and MyUPEI, we are well equipped with services for having great success during any given semester. The black sheep... Continue Reading →


There are two days in the year when students are actually excited to log into their Campus Login: regular semester registration day (which happens at the end of May) and summer semester registration day (which is at the end of... Continue Reading →

Well, That was Brutal

By: Morin Mawhinney As many of you (hopefully) know, the Student Union Election Debate was held last night at the Wave. Many of you are also probably wondering where the formal coverage of said debate is, and I promise it’s... Continue Reading →

Drinking Game for the SU Debate Tonight

By: Nick Scott Drink: If the debate actually ends up being a town hall forum that’s being called a debate. Any time the following are said: “We need to engage more students to get involved on-campus.” “The Student Union needs... Continue Reading →

Letter to the Editor: Graduation Fears

By: Uzoamaka Okafor Growing up, I had always been excited about being an adult, being free, doing my own thing, no one telling me what to do,  and just living life the way I wanted. As my graduation day approaches, I... Continue Reading →

Improving Our Intersection

By: Alex MacBain   I believe it is time to change the pattern of the traffic signals at the intersection of University Avenue and Browns Court. I have witnessed far too many long lines, close calls between cars, and awkward... Continue Reading →

Mean Girls in the Pacific: Trump, China, and Taiwan

As some of you may be aware, President-elect Donald Trump spoke with Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen on December 3, the first communication between top officials from the US and Taiwan for nearly four decades. Of course, many were immediately troubled... Continue Reading →

The Canadian Federation of Students and Financial Accountability

By: Valerie Campbell The UPEI Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) has been a long time member of the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS). In June 2015 I had the opportunity to represent the GSA at the Semi-Annual General Meeting of the... Continue Reading →

Electoral Reform: How a Government Can Spend $500,000 and Accomplish Absolutely Nothing

By: Connor Mycroft Okay, I need to vent. So you may have heard about the plebiscite we just had on PEI where we chose to replace the current First-Past-The-Post electoral system with Mixed Member Proportional. I say "heard" because people... Continue Reading →

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