By Erin Collins News Editor The recent ballot count revealed the 2013-2014 leaders of the Lakehead University Student Union. Ian Kaufman looks forward to serving students as President, while Ayoub Ansari claimed the Vice President Finance title, and Charmaine Romaniuk earned Vice President Student Issues. Ian McRae secured the Orillia Executive position − the first [...]
VPSI candidate and current VP Finance candidate disqualified, asked to resign By Gary Musson Photo & Graphics Editor A security breach surrounding LUSU elections that occurred on February 1st, the day after advance polls were held, caused general polls to be postponed until February 11th and 12th, and advance polling to recommence on February 7th, [...]
Russians went to the polls last week to decide their new president. Observers in Russia, as well as internationally, had predicted a decisive victory for Vladimir Putin, former president of two terms and prime minister at the time of election. Unsurprisingly, the election has borne these predictions out.
Al Cardenas puts the stance of the American Conservative Union aptly. “You and I are here for the same reasons: to reclaim our freedom and our children’s freedom from a corrupt and oppressive administration that admires socialism, apologizes for America, and fears and disparages the ideas and values that make this the greatest nation on earth.”
Clad in florescent stockings and balaclavas, the 25-piece feminist punk group Pussy Riot carried out a brief protest in the Red Square in Moscow two weeks ago against Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
CRO Daenis Camire and his band of tireless, spirited helpers counted the thousands of ballots on Thursday that had been cast by Lakehead students.
After a brutal struggle for the critical Florida primary, Mitt Romney has claimed a decisive victory.
During the question and answer period of the LUSU All-Candidates debate in the Outpost last Thursday, Vice President Finance Candidate Drew Mikulasik was asked a less-than-favourable question by one of the people in attendance.
Candidate profiles of those running for Vice-president Finance.
Candidate profiles of those running for Vice-president Student Issues.
Candidate profiles of those running for the position of President.
News briefs for the week of January 30, 2012.
As of today, expect to see some posters around campus vying for your vote in the next LUSU executive election — but not too many, as the rules for this election are shaping up to be pretty strict.