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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 →

Council Recap: January 9, 2017

By: Nathan Hood The UPEISU Council held an extraordinary meeting to discuss the dates for a presidential byelection and to approve the recommendation of a hiring board. Byelection Dates The primary order of business was to approve the dates for... Continue Reading →

Not a Joke! The Cadre WINS National Student Journalism Award

UPEI’s student newspaper The Cadre has won a JHM Award, presented by the Canadian University Press (CUP) to recognize excellence in Canadian student journalism. The Cadre won the award in the humour writing category for Nathan Hood’s piece “Stephen Harper... Continue Reading →


By: Nathan Hood Hammad Ahmed, the President and Chief Executive Officer of the UPEI Student Union, has resigned, according to a release published by the SU. The release includes a copy of Ahmed’s resignation letter, which is dated January 7th,... Continue Reading →

Guys Talking About Things: Sex Week Edition

We know this is late to the party, as we are well past sex week, but we thought we would still bring to you this segment of People Talking About Things. As part of sex week, the Cadre asked readers to... Continue Reading →

UPEISU Election sees Record Turnout, Nathan Hood Elected President

By: Drew MacEachern The following article recounts the UNOFFICIAL results of the election; the results will become OFFICIAL when approved by Council this Sunday After two weeks of campaigning, UPEI students finally saw their votes count at the finish of... Continue Reading →

The Ten Foot Pole – 2016 SU Presidential Candidates

The Ten Foot Pole was able to sit down with Emma McDermott and Nathan Hood, the two candidates for UPEISU President, discuss elements of their platforms. Voting takes place March 8th and 9th through your campus login

The Ten Foot Pole – International Student Issues

International Students comprise roughly 20% of the University's population, and has been growing steadily for the past few years. However, international students face a variety of unique challenges and experiences. Here to talk about issues regarding campus integration, Student Union... Continue Reading →

Candidate Interviews: SU President

By: Elizabeth Iwunwa The SU elections are this week, which means that students have some important decisions to make. To help with that process, the Cadre reached out to both Presidential candidates; VPSL Nathan Hood and Science Rep Emma McDermott.... Continue Reading →

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