Elections

Tyler Van Herzele elected Students’ Union president

Tyler Van Herzele elected Students’ Union president

Tyler Van Herzele was elected as the next Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union president and CEO with 55.25 per cent of the vote Thursday night. Polls closed at 8 p.m. Thursday. At 11:30 p.m., chief governing officer Colin Aitchison and assistant chief returning officer Bianca Anderson announced the successful candidates for Senate, board of governors, FOSSA, Students’ Union board of directors and Students’ Union president, in […]

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UPDATED: Jerin Baby officially disqualified as Lazaridis Students’ Society presidential candidate

UPDATED: Jerin Baby officially disqualified as Lazaridis Students’ Society presidential candidate

On February 4, the final day of voting for all student body elections, the Lazaridis Students’ Society released a statement regarding the disqualification of Jerin Baby for violating regulations outlined in the Elections Policy. Baby exceeded the number of 10 demerit points twice during the election season. Most of Baby’s demerit points were accumulated due to campaigning infractions that occurred […]

by Erika Ymana· · 2 comments · Campus, Elections, News ·
UPDATED: Zambito disqualified from elections

UPDATED: Zambito disqualified from elections

On Tuesday night at a special board meeting, Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union board of directors and board of governors candidate Anthony Zambito was disqualified from the election. The Students’ Union board of directors approved to disqualify Zambito in an hour and a half in-camera session. The board meeting was originally called to order to talk about Zambito’s appeal after he […]

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Students’ Union endorsements

Students’ Union endorsements

The following endorsements were done through discussions with The Cord’s editorial board and senior staff (13 in favour, 2 abstentions). These are not necessarily a reflection of WLUSP, The Cord’s volunteers or staff.  Mynt Marsellus, Multimedia Director of The Cord and a candidate in the elections, as well as Jessica Dik, Lead Photographer of The Cord and a member of Van […]

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Candidates answer questions before election day

Candidates answer questions before election day

Photo by Will Huang The Waterloo open forum for the Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union, which took place in the Concourse from 10:45 a.m. to 4 p.m., gave students, faculty and staff their last opportunity to freely ask candidates questions on their platform and role in this year’s election period. Starting the open forum were the board of governor candidates, […]

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Students’ Union Waterloo open forum 2016

Students’ Union Waterloo open forum 2016

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UPDATED: Public appeal for Students’ Union candidate to occur Tuesday

UPDATED: Public appeal for Students’ Union candidate to occur Tuesday

The Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union board of directors will be holding a public “special board meeting” Tuesday night to discuss a formal appeal from board of directors candidate Anthony Zambito. These appeals are typically done in-camera by the appeals committee, but Zambito has requested a public appeal for “transparency,” said Colin Aitchison, chair of the board, in the agenda […]

by Shelby Blackley· · 4 comments · Elections ·
LIVE BLOG: Students’ Union presidential debate 2016

LIVE BLOG: Students’ Union presidential debate 2016

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LIVE STREAM: Students’ Union presidential debate

LIVE STREAM: Students’ Union presidential debate

#supresdebate16   Live streaming video by Ustream

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