In a statement released on Sept. 25, the University of Ottawa announced that they have given the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) official notice of termination of the contract held between the SFUO and the university administration.
In a document recently obtained by the Fulcrum, the University of Ottawa administration has said that they expect the resignation of all SFUO members involved in the recent fraud allegations until the completion of a forensic audit.
Returning students at the University of Ottawa have a misguided and dangerously optimistic understanding of just how easy their second year will be.
On Sept. 2, the U of O campus saw the installation of a new hydroponic system from The Growcer, which will grow plants served in the dining hall.
“We have to have that mindset, and we have to have the mindset that you’re never as good as you think when you win, and you’re never as bad as you think when you lose.”
It’s easy to tell who’s not in the know. They’re huddled together in large packs, attempting to stave off the cold, inappropriately dressed for the cold weather. They claim their moms were going to buy them a Canada Goose coat over Thanksgiving. It’s the first years.
If professors want to look at practical and simple ways to improve student life, they should not just know the basics of Brightspace. They need to examine what benefits students the most on multiple levels—especially financially and mentally.