SUS Elections: a breakdown

What is the Student Union Society? The Student Union Society (SUS) is a student lead, non-profit organization on the University of the Fraser Valley campus that is funded by student…

SUS reaches out for members’ opinions on budget

The Student Union Society (SUS) hosted a series of focus groups earlier this month to ask student opinions on issues related to budget and programs offered by SUS. Gurvir Gill,…

Large turnout for EGM second attempt

By Jessica Barclay & Joel Robertson-Taylor A major change of pace emerged at the Student Union Society’s (SUS) Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) second attempt on Feb. 8. Over 110 students…

Student Union Society EGM: attempt one failed

The Student Union Society’s (SUS) Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) did not meet quorum last Thursday, and has been adjourned to Thursday, Feb. 8. The quorum requirement will be dropped from…

Vice-president external resigns

The Student Union Society’s (SUS) vice-president external (VPE), Alyson Gher-White resigned from her position Jan. 8. While the position is vacant, the job portfolio and responsibilities will be taken over…

SUS positioned for changes

A change to the internal structure of the Student Union Society (SUS) was approved at the last board meeting of the previous board. The five officer positions have been replaced…

‘Expect good energy and positive vibes’

In March, Gurvir Gill was elected to student union presidency with 58.5 per cent of the vote. “G,” as he’s known around campus, had gained popularity as a work study…

SUS awards night recognizes student involvement on campus

“Last Wednesday, the Student Union Society (SUS) held an awards night to honour student volunteers and clubs or associations. While the SUB filled with students, faculty, and members from the community, the lobby buzzed with activity, people helping themselves to the delicious snacks and refreshments served. The event also featured keynote speaker Craig Kielburger, co-founder of Free the Children and Me to We. Kielburger caught everyone’s attention with a short story about Iqbal Masih, the young man who inspired him at the age of 12 to start building schools around the world.”