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UPEI to host back-to-back U SPORTS Women’s Hockey Championships

By: Dan Timen The University of Prince Edward Island has been selected to host the U SPORTS national event for women’s hockey in 2019 and 2020. This will be the first time UPEI has hosted U SPORTS nationals for women’s... Continue Reading →

Dalton Hall Renewed

By: Adi Vella Dalton Hall is the second oldest building on the UPEI campus. Its origins date back to 1917 when it was built to serve as a residence. The building was constructed with the financial support of Sir Charles... Continue Reading →

UPEI Criticized for Handling of Storm Closure

By: Adi Vella UPEI has come under fire for its handling of its storm closure decision on January 23rd. While PEI’s public school board had announced its decision to close schools three hours early and Holland College announced it would... Continue Reading →

Two Chimpanzees Fired After Botching Storm Closure

By: Nathan Hood CHARLOTTETOWN - Two chimpanzees have been fired by UPEI after it received criticism for its delayed decision to close the university on January 23rd, The Cadre has learned. The chimpanzees were brought in from the Atlantic Veterinary... Continue Reading →

White Nationalist Posters Spotted on PEI

By: Allison O’Brien Last week, a number of UPEI students reported seeing white nationalist posters around Charlottetown. The posters read, “Stop the ethnocide of old-stock Canadians” along “Defend Your Freedom” and “Defend Your Identity.” The posters were placed at a... Continue Reading →

Letter: Life Gives you Lemons; Meal Hall Doesn’t

Growing up, I was always preached to about eating the daily intake of fresh fruits that was prescribed to me not only by Canada’s Food Guide but also by my parents. They told me tall tales of princesses who gained... Continue Reading →

Inside the 2nd Annual UPEI Case Competition

By: Dan Timen “And the winning team is…” These words captured the attention of the UPEI students in Downtown Charlottetown’s Next Door Lounge on Friday evening. The large crowd in suits and blazers eagerly anticipated the announcement of the winners... Continue Reading →

Fake News? UPEISU Goes After Holland College Journalism Student Following Allegations of Misinformation

The UPEI Student Union found itself in a controversy after a UPEI Confessions post accused UPEISU President Hammad Ahmed of taking credit for the work of others, particularly regarding the sexual assault policy currently under development by UPEI. The accusation... Continue Reading →

December 3rd Council Recap

The UPEISU Council met for its final meeting of 2017 and discussed the Student Centre Refresh, the creation of a new SU award, a proposal for a clubs mentorship program, and the SU’s 2016-17 audited financial statements (okay - these... Continue Reading →

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