Members of the Acadia Students' Union are eligible to vote in Union Elections. For the 2017 Fall By-Election, there are only two positions which will be filled. First Year Officer can only be voted on by students who are participating in their first year at Acadia and Science Senator can only be voted for by students enrolled in the Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences.More Info
Join Acadia President Ricketts and ASU President Grace Hamilton-Burge in the Students' Union Building Monday Sept 25th from 2:30 - 3:30 for coffee, treats, music and an announcement!More Info
The Acadia Students' Union releases an update to students on the current state of collective bargaining between Acadia University and the Acadia University Faculty Association.More Info
Indspire Acadia: Indigenous Knowledge and Reconciliation Project Join us on Sunday, September 10th, 2017 for the kickoff events of Indspire Acadia, an Indigenous knowledge and reconciliation project that seeks to spark conversations and dialogue among members of the Acadia community. Activities include demonstrations of Indigenous Art and Culture, Discussion on Reconciliation with graphic facilitation by Think… Read more »
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International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia was marked today by a community gathering. The Pride flag was raised with some thoughts offered by community members and songs by the Rainbow Chorus. Lots of current and past Acadia students showed their support!
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