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Introduction to the 2017-18 UPEISU Executive Report Cards

In mid-March, a new crop of executives were elected and hired, keen to improve the lives of students at UPEI. The executives are now more than halfway through their term, so the editorial board of The Cadre sat down with... Continue Reading →

May We Never Forget

On Remembrance Day, many people remember the fallen soldiers of World War I and World War II. However, the days of having family, friends, and neighbors who had served, lived, and died during these wars are on the verge of... Continue Reading →

PEI Men Tackle Violence Against Women

The issue of violence against women was once again thrusted into the spotlight in October, a month that featured allegations of impropriety laid against Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein and the subsequent popularization of the #MeToo campaign, which encouraged people... Continue Reading →

Poppy Protocol & Particulars

Since the Great War Veterans’ Association of Canada first adopted the red poppy as the official symbol of remembrance in 1921, Canada, along with other countries have worn the poppy to honour their fallen soldiers. The red poppy is a native plant along much... Continue Reading →

UPEI Student Entrepreneurs Talk Business with The Cadre  

  The Cadre met with UPEI business students Evan Hawley, the founder of Odyssey Virtual and co-founder Michael Thompson to chat about their entrepreneurial venture. The Cadre: Tell us a little bit about yourselves. Hawley: “I moved to UPEI and... Continue Reading →

October 29th Council Meeting Recap

The UPEISU Council met on October 29th for their fourth regularly scheduled meeting of the semester. The meeting saw prolonged discussion on executive evaluations (which occupied half of the meeting time), as well as motions on rape culture, land acknowledgments,... Continue Reading →

Music is Izzy

Isaiah Presley is a music producer, songwriter, and singer from Bayelsa, Nigeria. He is popularly known as 2’Izzy. He started out as a rapper; his grade school crush (name withheld) asked him to sing her a Drake song. He spent... Continue Reading →

NSSE- Your Chance to Win $500!

By: Lorelei Kenny If you are wrapping up the first or last year of your undergraduate degree, you may have received an invitation in your UPEI inbox to participate in “The National Survey of Student Engagement” (NSSE). NSSE collects information... Continue Reading →

Is the Monarchy Underrated?

By: Drew MacEachern This article was originally published Oct. 30th 2014. Some minor edits have been made. Most Canadians do not think about the monarchy. For most it’s a non-entity, not worth discussing. This lack of debate on the monarchy... Continue Reading →

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