“I think the very fact that we’re here means that we understand...the intersections between class and other various forms of discrimination,”—Kathryn LeBlanc
This notice alleges defamation by six different parties, including three executives, one incoming Board of Administration (BOA) member, a proxy, and the Fulcrum.
The Feb. 5 Board of Administration (BOA) meeting saw motions pass that aimed to combat Islamophobia on campus and implement an Indigenous students’ seat on the board.
For a federation that claims to recognize the legitimacy and validity of students rights and representation, the actions, or lack thereof, of the SFUO executive members exemplify the opposite with overt apathy for representing students.
Following question period, Caruso presented an emergency motion to the board which would have the SFUO officially oppose Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s approval of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline and Enbridge’s Line 3.
A number of students present at the meeting had concerns over two motions proposed at the meeting, the first of which was to abolish section 3.13.4 in the SFUO constitution.