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If You Want to Succeed: Bring The HEAT

One of the effects of being beaten with the STEM stick so often is that I sound like an anti-tech Luddite. However, nothing could be further from the truth. My problem resides with the technozealots, who believe that all of... Continue Reading →

After Two-Month Delay, Council Evaluates Executives’ Performance

After inquiries from councilors and months of uncertainty, the UPEISU Council discussed its evaluation of SU executives’ performance at its October 29th meeting. The results of the evaluation were discussed in a closed session and remain confidential. Council conducted the... Continue Reading →

How to Halloween Party: 101

How to host a rad party you ask? Well, you need good music for starters, you could bring some mad flipping lights and if you're feeling really ambitious, add a few smoke machines. You'd be amazed how these things can... Continue Reading →

UPEI Expecting to Charge for Printing Again on November 1st

If you’ve printed anything at UPEI this year, you might have noticed that it didn’t cost you anything. Well, it hasn’t always been free, and it won’t be free for much longer. UPEI used to charge ten cents per page... 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 →

UPEI Community Responding to Our Turn Report

UPEI has been given a D+ for its efforts to prevent sexual violence in a recently released report by national sexual violence prevention group Our Turn. The report evaluated the policies of fourteen Canadian universities, focusing on areas like complaint... Continue Reading →

Atlantic Canada Career Week 2017

The Atlantic Canada Career Week (ACCW) is a five-day event that focuses on helping students prepare for their future careers. This year ACCW will take place between October 30th and November 3rd. ACCW travels to public schools and postsecondary institutions... Continue Reading →

Who do YOU want as your UPEISU President?

By: Lorelei Kenny & Morin Mawhinney Justin Clory Justin Clory is a third-year political science major who is currently an Arts Rep on the SU council and a representative on the SU Advocacy Team. Although he claims to be involved... Continue Reading →

WUSC Shows Panther Pride at Women’s Basketball Game

By: Elizabeth Iwunwa Last Friday, the UPEI community turned out to watch UPEI's women basketball team take on their counterparts from the University of New Brunswick. Among those cheering our women on, was the UPEI branch of World University Service... Continue Reading →

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