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SUS talks upcoming events and constitutional change for FUSS

The Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) held its bi-weekly General Council meeting on Nov. 1 to discuss upcoming social events, student mental health, and a motion to approve changes to the Freshman Undergraduate Science Society’s (FUSS) electoral by-laws.   Gert's Event Night promotes community bonding and a possible science bar Following a brief question and announcement… Keep Reading

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SUS Deliberates Executives and Cocurricular Events

On Sept. 20,  the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) General Council held its second meeting of the academic year. On the agenda was the announcement of available positions within the Society, responses to the increase in club activity, and comments on upcoming academic initiatives.   New Student Positions to be Filled SUS President Jasmine Leung began… Keep Reading

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SUS Council recaps Frosh, plans semester events

The General Council of the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) held its first meeting of the semester on Sept. 6. During the meeting, SUS executives reported on their initiatives for first-year students and announced upcoming events, including an Executive Orientation, Grad Fair, and SUS Charity Month. Representatives from science departmental associations were also present; members of… Keep Reading

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Police called to AUS/SUS Grad Ball to handle coat check debacle

The end of the sold-out 2016  Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) and the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) annual Grad Ball descended into chaos at coat check. Guests were unable to retrieve their belongings and around 2:30 a.m. the police were called to intervene. The event took place on the evening of Saturday, March 19, at Le… Keep Reading

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SUS discusses UÉQ, AVÉQ

The Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) addressed the possibility of Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) joining a provincial student union at its Feb. 3 Council meeting and the depletion of its Special Projects Fund (SPF). Council also heard updates on the renovations in the Environmental Science building. Student federations SSMU representative Sean Taylor gave a… Keep Reading

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Semester in Review

SSMU VP Internal resignation In October 2015, the acting vice-president (VP) Internal of the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) Lola Baraldi resigned, citing personal reasons. Following two elections for Baraldi’s replacement, Omar El-Sharaway took office as the new VP Internal on Jan. 1. In the wake of these events, SSMU executives held a forum… Keep Reading

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SUS presents updates on Burnside basement renovation

On Wednesday, Nov. 25 the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) held its last General Council (GC) meeting of the semester, during which it wrapped up remaining agenda items and prepared for next semester. Provincial representation The Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) has been deliberating on whether to join a new provincial federation after the disbanding… Keep Reading

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SUS executives discuss upcoming events at General Council

On Oct. 28, executives from the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) held a General Council (GC), which saw the presentation of executive reports on the progress of their portfolios. SUS Vice-President (VP) Finance Sibat Anam gave a report on the Burnside Hall basement renovations in place of President Jeremy Goh, who was unable to attend the… Keep Reading

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AUS announces $6,000 Frosh surplus

The Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) announced at their latest council meeting that they are projecting an approximate surplus of $6,000 from this year’s Arts Frosh. This comes as a distinct contrast to last year’s $30,000 deficit.  AUS Vice-President (VP) Finance Mizra Ali Shakir and VP Social Christine Koppenaal were responsible for preparing the Frosh budget.… Keep Reading

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Sexual assault allegation raises concern over redress procedures at McGill

Allegations of sexual assault towards a McGill student following an incident in Winter 2015 have prompted student leaders and the McGill University administration to evaluate existing procedures of redress at McGill for sexual assault. The McGill administration was not able to conduct a disciplinary investigation into the incident because the alleged assault did not occur… Keep Reading

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