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A Storm Brews

The court was filled with the screeching of basketball shoes struggling to grip the surface as the players wearing them ran around the court completing complicated drills. The team’s coach issued instructions in his typical booming voice; his language consisting... 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 →

Immerse Yourself in One of the Top Business Conferences in Canada

dtimen@upei.ca The Ted Rogers Management Conference (TRMC) is one of the largest undergraduate business conferences in Canada, hosted by the Ted Rogers School of Management. This conference is intended to gather the brightest students from across North America for an... Continue Reading →

Iskwé

Artist Iskwé is in Charlottetown this week to brighten up the music scene with the release of her new album ‘The Fight Within’. Iskwé (pronounced ‘iss-kway’), is a Winnipeg born artist and she has been making and performing her combination... 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 →

Compete in a Case Competition in Downtown Toronto

The Organizational Behaviour Case Competition (OBCC) is the largest student-run competition in Canada. OBCC is organized by the Human Resources Student Association of the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM). This year the OBCC will be based out of the... Continue Reading →

Internet withdrawal

Once upon a time, in a land not that far away was a household of students with a perfect internet connection. The end. Well, not really. This story has a darker ending. I clearly recall squinting hard in the bright... Continue Reading →

UPEISU Presents Policy Priorities to the Province

Vice President Academic and External Taya Nabuurs and Policy and Research Coordinator Colin Trewin presented the UPEISU’s policy priorities to the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island’s Standing Committee on Education and Economic Development on October 18th. The first policy... Continue Reading →

Review of Inspire Exhibit — Art by PEI Public School Students, Teachers and Staff

The Inspire Exhibit is currently on display at The Guild in downtown Charlottetown. Staff from every branch of the PEI Public Schools Branch were invited to submit art to be featured in this exhibit. Students, staff and teachers specifically from... Continue Reading →

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