The Board of Directors of the University of Ottawa Students’ Union met on Thursday night where they approved the agenda for the upcoming General Assembly, to be held on Nov. 7. They also passed a motion to support an upcoming on-campus rally against cuts to OSAP and the introduction of the Student Choice Initiative.

Over the past 100 years, therapy that sought to force heterosexuality — acquiring the name “conversion therapy” in the 1970s — has been present in Canada. But a mixture of shame and pseudoscience has always been at the root of conversion therapy.

The complex dynamics of the Canada-U.S. bilateral relationship In 1969, former prime minister Pierre Trudeau described the relationship between Canada and the United States in a memorable analogy. “Living next to you is in some ways like sleeping with an elephant. No matter how friendly and even-tempered is the beast, if I can call it …

Loss to McGill sets up must-win against Sherbrooke on Oct. 20 The Gee-Gees men’s rugby club faced the McGill club down at Matt Anthony Field on Thursday. McGill sat in third place of the RSEQ before the game with a 2-1 record, while the Gee-Gees sat in fourth place with a 2-2 record. McGill took …

The U of O fastball club came very close to pulling an impressive upset this weekend at the Ontario championships hosted by McMaster University in Hamilton. Beating two fastball powerhouses to make it to the finals, the Gees faced a Western Mustang team on a streak of nine championships in a row.

Voter turnout in people aged 18-24 jumped by 18.3 per cent from the 2011 election to the 2015 election. It’s never been easier to make an informed decision of which candidate and party you want to support, so let’s keep that trend alive.

Recently accepted to the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Science to study animal behaviour, the McDonald’s raccoon landed on campus this Thursday to figure out if U of O campus life is a good fit for him. But the visit left the raccoon, and students, questioning whether the U of O is truly the caring and inclusive campus it claims to be.