2017-10-30 What is Council Doing This Week?

2017-10-30 What is Council Doing This Week?

Attention Acadia students;  Happy Halloween from the Chair’s Office! 😊 On Tuesday evening, Council will consider the Alumni Mentorship Network proposal from the Colin Mitchell, Student Board of Governors Representative, and Christopher Saulnier, Community Relations Officer. This proposal, which has now been reviewed by the Academic Affairs Committee and the Governance Committee, would create a mentorship program where recent graduates… Read more »

Posted on: October 30, 2017
2017-10-23 What is Council Doing This Week

2017-10-23 What is Council Doing This Week

Attention Acadia students;  On Tuesday evening, Council will be provided with an update on Collective Bargaining by Samantha Nixon, VP Academic and External, and Grace Hamilton-Burge, President. If you did not have a chance to attend last Thursday’s update or today’s update (4:30 PM in the Michener Lounge), this would be a great chance to learn more about the collective… Read more »

Posted on: October 23, 2017
2017-10-16 What is Council Doing This Week?

2017-10-16 What is Council Doing This Week?

Attention Acadia students; On Tuesday evening, we will welcome Councillor Meg Hodges from the County of Kings and her colleagues from Kings Transit to provide an update on how they are working to make public transit better for students across the region. This Regular Meeting of Council will start at 5:00 PM in the Beveridge Forum (off of the Michener Lounge in the Students’ Union… Read more »

Posted on: October 16, 2017
Student Job Opportunities

Student Job Opportunities

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Posted on: September 25, 2017
2017-09-24 What is Council Doing This Week …

2017-09-24 What is Council Doing This Week …

Attention Acadia students; On Tuesday evening, we will welcome our newly elected First Year Officer and Science Senator to the Students’ Representative Council at our Regular Meeting of Council. This Regular Meeting of Council will start at 5:00 PM in the Beveridge Forum (off of the Michener Lounge in the Students’ Union Building (SUB)). At this meeting, we will be discussing a proposal for… Read more »

Posted on: September 24, 2017
Volunteer with the Acadia Students’ Union

Volunteer with the Acadia Students’ Union

Attention Acadia students:   I am very happy to announce that there are additional volunteer opportunities to get involved with the Acadia Students’ Union this year! And best of all, these positions are filled through an application process, so there is no need to campaign or do any speeches! 😎   We are now opening up applications for… Read more »

Posted on: September 15, 2017
Update on Collective Bargaining

Update on Collective Bargaining

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.

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Posted on: September 06, 2017
Indspire Acadia

Indspire Acadia

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 »

Posted on: September 06, 2017
Public Notice of Resignation and Vacancy on the Students’ Representative Council (Science Senator)

Public Notice of Resignation and Vacancy on the Students’ Representative Council (Science Senator)

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Posted on: July 01, 2017

5th Annual Pride Flag Raising

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!

Posted on: May 17, 2017