Matt Gergyek

The University of Ottawa Students’ Union’s fall byelections saw a number of vacant positions filled. The UOSU’s five-seat executive committee found their equity commissioner, while four empty seats on the Board of Directors have been filled.

Almost 85 per cent of staff supported a strike mandate as the SSUO negotiates a collective agreement with the university. The SSUO represents around 1,200 employees, ranging from financial aid advisers and Student Academic Success Service counsellors to library staff and co-op specialists.

Every year, the Panda Game draws thousands of students to the streets of Sandy Hill for massive parties. United by the drive to take down the Carleton Ravens and fuelled by booze, these street parties make national news. Here’s a breakdown of what’s happening this Saturday morning.

The University of Ottawa Students’ Union has revealed the key dates of its fall byelection. Voting will run from Nov. 6-8, with one spot on the executive committee and nine seats on the Board of Directors up for grabs. An executive candidates debate is set for Nov. 4.

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