Rix alleges she was “told to keep quiet about what happened” after filing a harassment complaint.
By: Nathan Hood At an extraordinary meeting of the UPEISU council on March 18th, SU ombudsperson Sweta Daboo released her findings relating to the notice of a motion of non-confidence against former president Chelsea Perry and the allegations associated with […]
By: Nathan Hood UPEISU President Chelsea Perry has resigned, according to a resignation letter obtained by The Cadre. The letter read as follows: 13 March 2018 Dear Councillors and fellow executives, It is with a heavy heart that I ask […]
By: Nathan Hood The February 25th meeting of Council saw the reading of a letter criticizing Love & Sex Week, an in-camera discussion of executive evaluations, an update on FOIPP Act work, and the consideration of bylaw and policy amendments. […]
By: Nathan Hood The candidates for the UPEISU’s spring election have been announced. Every executive race will be contested. For President, current Vice President Finance & Administration William McGuigan will face off against past presidential candidate and former arts representative […]
By: Dan Timen and Nathan Hood The Mental Health Initiatives Fund, launched by the Student Union to support mental health initiatives at UPEI, has sparked debate within the SU as some student leaders attempt to determine its future – while […]
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 […]