101 week

The 2019 uOShow, a hallmark of 101 Week, took place this past Thursday in University Square. Ottawa duo Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine headlined the concert, which ran from 8 to 11 p.m. Photographer Emilie Azevedo was there. Check out the gallery below for some of our favourite snaps of the night.

Frosh week hookups are inevitable, and besides, they’re a lot of fun — but committing floorcest is a 101 Week taboo. Is the convenience worth the consequences?

The week will feature perennial favourites such as Camp Fortune and FEDStock, this year being headlined by American hip-hop artist French Montana, along with a slew of other events such as a bike rave, club nights, and cultural celebrations.

From September 3-9, the university has placed a blanket ban on all music and dancing after 8 p.m., as well as a requirement that all students living on campus must be in their residences by 10 p.m. The administration claims this measure is needed to avoid complaints from Sandy Hill residents.

Yet, while they say they are on the side of students, the federation has taken numerous actions to strip power away from the voices they represent. In the past few months alone, the SFUO has done everything from increasing their own salaries to reducing the power of the General Assembly (GA), and most recently, threatening the funding of federated bodies. Oh, and let’s not forget the resignation of an exec just two months into his mandate.

SFUO President Hadi Wess to absorb position in the interim On Tuesday, July 4, Jonathan Chin-Fook resigned as vice-president social of the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO), two months after the start of his mandate. In an interview with the Fulcrum, Chin-Fook cited “interpersonal issues between executive members and (himself)” as one of …

One of the most popular suggestions was to increase the student government’s transparency. To prove that the executives take all suggestions seriously, the federation has made it mandatory for all SFUO members to be physically transparent.

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