SAD DAY FOR AUSU COUNCIL – VP Sandra Moore resigns minutes before council meeting to decide her fate, and councillor Nicholas Palamarchuk is removed from council under bizarre circumstances. Read the special editorial report to learn more…
GETTING ALL LIT UP FOR CHRISMAS – Bill Phillip’s adventures in holiday decorating, and some common sense advice.
CHRISTMAS 2003 – A Christmas message from Wayne, on spending the holidays far from home:
FROM MY PERSPECTIVE – The conclusion of Debbie’s perspective of presiding over a student council
THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER – Stacey Steele asks, why decriminalize?
SCULLY AND THE LORD – Inspirational fiction for the holidays.
AUSU columnist moves on
The Voice regrets to announce that the Dear Sandra column will no longer be part of the Voice regular features. We wish Sandra luck in the future and thank her for her many contributions.
AUSU elections, announced
Read the news section of this issue for information on the upcoming AUSU elections. Any active AU student may throw their hat in the ring. Get involved, and help make this a great election with plenty of choices and some lively debate!
If anyone is thinking that the recent strife in council might mean that the experience is not rewarding, think again. Your editor was on council for a year, and yes, there was plenty of strife, but also plenty of support, wonderful opportunities, and an incredible opportunity to learn new skills and do rewarding work. I won’t lie – this job is tough, but so are AU students! I look forward to speaking with all of the candidates!
December 31st, our very best
The Voice writers are on holiday until the January 7th issue, but there will be a Best Of issue of The Voice on December 31, featuring a selection of articles from the past year that have been particularly memorable or informative to AU students. Catch up on what happened at AU.
Council reporter wanted
The Voice needs reporters who are able to write clear, critical and balanced reviews of what goes on at AUSU council meetings. Meetings take place about once a month, and may be attended by teleconference from almost anywhere in the world. Inquire with the Voice editor at email@example.com if you would like more information on this opportunity.
Please see Sad Day for AUSU Council for this week’s editorial report.