There are big changes coming to the U of O’s sports program. As early as next year there should be a crop of new Gee-Gees teams in U Sports competition that students can get excited about.
New director outlines how to improve Gee-Gees program going forward.
The University of Ottawa Nordic ski club is still at the earliest stage of development. But that’s not a concern for the members of the group, who are determined to get themselves “competitive club” status from the university.
Julie Tam, the Assistant Director, Communications, Marketing and IT will step in to serve as Acting Director until the vacancy is filled.
The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) said in a statement release to the Fulcrum that the University of Ottawa is investigating an alleged sexual assault that occurred within a student-run club. Contrary to a statement put out by the university yesterday pertaining to “misconduct”, the SFUO says “varsity athletes” are involved.
Work on the recommendations from the Task Force on Respect and Equality will start before the end of this school year, the University of Ottawa announced Thursday.
This year, for the first time, there is a cost of admission for students to all Gee-Gees games. Initially, the fee seems appalling given the low game attendance over the years. One of the things Fulcrum sports reporters have noticed is that compared with other schools, our teams don’t seem to generate the same level of school pride, regardless of how well they’re performing.