News & Updates: Governance
Matthew Gerrits is no stranger to the Feds Vice President Education role - re-elected earlier this year, Gerrits will be undertaking his second term as VPEd.
By night, Seneca Velling likes to watch Brooklyn 99, play grand strategy video games, and Dungeons and Dragons. By day, he is your new Feds Vice President Operations and Finance (VPOF).
Whether you’ve seen her on the cover of Imprint, protesting at a student rally, making an appearance in the SLC, or simply raising her hand in one of your Arts classes, Amanda Fitzpatrick is one of the many faces who makes an active effort to...
Capturing the spirit of many students at the University of Waterloo, Michael Beauchemin loves to play video games, cook, and is a big fan of fantasy and science fiction.
Now that our 2018-2019 Feds Execs have completed their term and we've welcomed in the 2019-2020 Execs, we wanted to recap some of the achievements the previous Exec accomplished during their term.
Thanks for voting in the Senate By-Election! Voter turnout was 2.7% with a total of seven passionate candidates running for the one at-large undergraduate seat on Waterloo’s Senate.
Written by Hannah Sesink, At-Large Student Senator
So you’ve probably heard of the Senate by-elections currently underway, but you’ve also probably wondered “what does this mean” or “why should I care." What is Senate, anyway?
Written by Richard Wu, Federation of Students President.
What is a general meeting, and why should it matter to you?
Let's break it down.
Yesterday, the PC government sent out an official PC party fundraising email where they described the actions of student unions in Ontario as “crazy Marxist nonsense.”