Fill Us In!

The USSU is interested in learning how well we are meeting the needs of our members. This survey will be used by the USSU to help serve you better in the future.

Survey respondents may enter to win an iPad and Louis’ gift cards.

Visit ussu.ca/2019survey to tell us how we are doing.

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USSU Election

The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union (USSU) is holding Elections for USSU Executive, Members of Students’ Council, and Senate. Voting begins on PAWS at 9:00 a.m. on March 27, and ends at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 28. Results will be announced after the Election Committee ratifies the results and will also be available online.

USSU Executive Forums

March 20
1:30 pm
Engineering Student Lounge

March 26
1 pm
North Concourse, Place Riel

Visit ussu.ca/elections for candidate information. If you missed the Louis’ forum, you can watch it here  

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Elder Time

Join Elder Marjorie Beaucage for teachings, presentations, interactive activities, and fun centered around the teachings of the Medicine Wheel.

Two Spirit Roles and Responsibilities

March 13
1pm
USSU Pride Centre, 104 Memorial Union Building

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Become A Student Leader!

Run for a role in our student elections and you could be the voice of students and make our campus a better place.

Executive
Mandatory Orientation Meeting
March 5
4 pm
Roy Romanow Student Council Chamber

University Students’ Council
Second Orientation Meeting
March 6
4 pm
Roy Romanow Student Council Chamber

 

Senate
Nomination forms are available at the USSU Office.

Visit ussu.ca/elections for more information.

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Clothing Swap on Friday!

Clean out your closet, refresh your wardrobe, save money, and donate! The USSU will be hosting the popular clothing swap on February 15, 9am-2pm in the North Concourse, Place Riel.

Clothing can be dropped off at the USSU office in Place Riel leading up to the Clothing Swap on Friday!

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Elder Time – Tea With Kokum

The USSU has partnered with Elder Marjorie Beaucage, with the hope of engaging students on campus. Elders are knowledge keepers, transmitters of cultural and spiritual sensibilities, advisors, healers, counsellors, and providers of wisdom.

ELDER TIME will be a combination of formal and informal teachings, presentations, interactive activities, fun, tea, and visiting with the possibility of other conversations centered around the teachings of the Medicine Wheel.

Come experience the drum!

Song Vibrations in the Universe. What Relations Could Look Like, Feel Like in the Future

February 13
TIME: 1:00pm
LOCATION: Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

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USSU Teaching Excellence Awards

Do you have a Professor or Teaching Assistant that inspires you? Is your instructor passionate about teaching? Do they go that extra mile to ensure you succeed?

Nominate them for a Teaching Excellence Award

Deadline is February 11, 2019.

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American Sign Language Workshop

If you missed the Term 1 workshop, here’s your second chance! An instructor from the Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services will be leading an American Sign Language Workshop this Friday, February 8th from 3 to 4 pm in Roy Romanow Student Council Chamber. Everyone is welcome!

Sign up at ussu.ca/asl

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Imaginus Poster Sale

The Imaginus poster sale is back, today and tomorrow (February 4 & 5) in Place Riel. 9am-7pm on Monday and 9am-5pm on Tuesday.

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Elder Time – Tea with Kokum

The USSU has partnered with Elder Marjorie Beaucage, with the hope of engaging students on campus. Elders are knowledge keepers, transmitters of cultural and spiritual sensibilities, advisors, healers, counsellors, and providers of wisdom.

ELDER TIME will be a combination of formal and informal teachings, presentations, interactive activities, fun, tea, and visiting with the possibility of other conversations centered around the teachings of the Medicine Wheel.

What Settler People and Newcomers Brought Here… What Was Left Behind?

February 6
TIME: 1:00pm
LOCATION: Roy Romanow Student Council Chamber

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