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STUSU Briefs

Changes to Canada student loans Vice-president education, Sam Titus, said STUSU in participation with the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations' lobby week was successful in...

Centerspread: Inside or out of other’s bedrooms

This year, universities have been under scrutiny due varying aspects of sexual violence towards women. The most recent being student elected officials at the...

Your 2014-15 STUSU

As expected, Santiago Chavez will be the next St. Thomas University Students' Union president as announced by current vice president education Luke Robertson at...

Centerspead: Meet your executive

There's still time to vote online for your next Students Union members. We sat down with the people running for the head positions to...

STUSU releases nomination list

President - Santiago Chavez VP Administration -Ben Graham -Woody Brown -Kaley Etheridge VP Education -Sam Titus VP Student Life -Rebecca Ferris -Dallas Power Student Senator (2 positions) -Michael Forestell -Natalia Board of Governors Reps (2 positions) -Shannon Carmont -Michael...

Centerspread: A paradoxical Ford

Rob Ford has gone from municipal politician to global pop culture icon in record time. His story contains elements of tragedy, comedy, psychology and,...
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A letter from the outgoing editor-in-chief 2020-21

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