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Maggie Knight

Please note that Maggie Knight has been sanctioned for contacting campus groups prior to the opening of the campaign period.  Hello! I’m Maggie, a BASc Environment & Economics student from Victoria, BC. With over 3 years’ SSMU experience as Councillor and Environment Commissioner, I know SSMU inside-out. As a leader […]

Stefan Prokopetz

Please note that Stefan Zuba Prokopetz has received a sanction for putting up unapproved posters. The position of VP Finance & Operations requires an analytical individual with a unique and diverse set of financial, accounting, and strategizing skills, coupled with strong motivation and exceptional organization. If elected, I plan on […]

Referendum Questions

Council-Initiated Questions: Referendum Regarding the Ambassador Fee Whereas, Students have chosen to create a fund to help subsidize participants in extra-curricular and academic competitions and conferences since 2010;    Whereas, The fee is subject to renewal this year; Whereas, Participation in extra-curricular and academic competitions and conferences is an asset to the […]

Natalie Talmi

Hey McGill! My priority as your VP Internal is maintaining student independence. My goal is to encourage more involvement from the McGill community at large. I am passionate about integrating clubs and organizations into the planning process. Why not have Midnight Kitchen cater events? Or the Film Society help organize […]

Shyam Patel

After serving as Funding Coordinator, I have attained important skill sets needed to represent the many clubs, services, faculty associations and students on campus. My main goal is to make SSMU funds more accessible and available. Funding has been limited and my experience will allow me to best represent groups. Students […]

SSMU Report Card

  Zach Newburgh President  With student consultation as one of the main themes of the semester, President Zach Newburgh has thus far done an exemplary job representing the students at McGill. Newburgh was an effective public face during the Arch Café saga and helped to mobilize students by speaking at […]

SSMU may facilitate ablutions

When McGill Muslim students perform the ablution ritual, in which they wash their feet and hands multiple times before daily prayers, it can lead to wet countertops in Shatner bathrooms. To avoid the inconvenience and to ease the the ritual’s practice, the Students’ Society is attempting to take initiatives towards […]

All motions pass at sparsely attended GA

Last Thursday, the student body passed all six resolutions proposed at a sparsely attended Fall General Assembly. The resolutions regarding the Students’ Society liquor licence, gender parity, and liability were passed with few or no amendments. The resolutions regarding the volume in Gert’s, the Arts Undergraduate Society fundraiser, and the […]