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  Kate Hudson The Fulcrum: Why are you running? Hudson: I’ve seen a lot of people maybe frustrated with the SFUO in previous years, but they don’t do anything about it, and I think that if you want to see change you need to do it yourself. I’m going to be here for a fifth …

Anne-Marie Roy   The Fulcrum: Why are you running? Roy: I’ve been involved with the SFUO for a little while now, and I can definitely see things that could be improved in the communications between the SFUO and the students, and also between the SFUO and the community in general. I’m really interested; I really …

The Fulcrum: Why are you running? Gilani: I am running for vp finance because I really think I have the experience and the skills necessary to fill the position. The work that vp finance does is not necessarily the most visible, but it’s nevertheless one of the more important positions. I think the SFUO plays …

The Fulcrum: Why are you running? Mulet: I think we need to build consensus in this university. There was this moment that came when I realized that all the student bodies are defederating … I’m in engineering, so I like fixing problems. What are some of the goals you hope to accomplish if you win? …

JOZEF SPITERI, A candidate for vp social in the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) elections and current vp social affairs for the Students’ Association of the Faculty of Arts (SAFA), will face SAFA’s Board of Directors tonight in an emergency meeting. According to Sean Green, SAFA president, there are 29 separate grounds …

The SFUO candidate list was announced on Jan. 27. Below are this year’s participants. Students can vote Feb. 14–16. For more information, go to Elections.sfuo.ca EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT MULET, Phillippe PLATO, Ethan SAVVA, Amalia VP FINANCE GILANI, Adam VP COMMUNICATIONS ROY, Anne-Marie VP STUDENT AFFAIRS HUDSON, Kate PETERS, Tasha VP UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS CLARKE, Christopher KESSLER, Liz VP …

The Fulcrum and Career Services give students a hand WITH WINTER ON its way out and spring around the corner, students on campus are looking for jobs, either just for the summer or beyond. The question is, how can students find summer or post-graduate employment in Ottawa, and what can students do now to get …

Government of Ontario reallocates money to fund 30 per cent tuition rebate ELIGIBLE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS were able to receive a 30 per cent tuition rebate from the Government of Ontario on Jan. 5. Funds for the $432-million project were reallocated from other areas of post-secondary education, such as a $42-million funding cut from research grants …

CFS holds National Day of Action to drop tuition fees THE CANADIAN FEDERATION of Students (CFS) and its member schools will see thousands of students rally against high tuition fees across the country, including University of Ottawa participants who plan to march to Parliament Hill to make their message heard on Feb. 1. “The day …

‘Smooth sailing’ so far: CEO JAN. 16 MARKED the beginning of the election period for students who want to run for the Student Federation at the University of Ottawa (SFUO) executive and its Board of Administration (BOA). According to the SFUO Election Office staff, the nomination period is progressing smoothly, with significant interest from students. …

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