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GREAT CANADIAN LITERARY HUNT: Call For Submissions

THIS Magazine is now accepting poetry and short fiction entries for its 7th annual Great Canadian Literary Hunt. First prize in poetry is $1000 and national publication, first prize in fiction is $1000 and national publication. For entry guidelines and details visit http://www.thismagazine.ca

CLASSIFIEDS

CLASSIFIED SPACE: Students of AU may print classifieds in The Voice free of charge (maximum three per issue) as long as they are not representing a company or product. Classified ads should be submitted to the editor at voice@ausu.org with “?CLASSIFIED AD’ listed in the subject title. The Editor reserves the right to refuse any… Read more »

AU STUDENT MOMS CLUB

The Student Mom’s Club of Athabasca University is now online and ready for new members. As the SMC front page welcome message attests, this club is: LESS ACADEMIC ! MORE FANTASTIC !! SMC is dedicated to bringing together student moms across Canada to share study and parenting tips, easy quick recipes, articles and essays about… Read more »

AUSU Groups & Clubs Committee Announcement

ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ UNION GROUPS AND CLUBS COMMITTEE ANNOUNCEMENT Welcome to the Student Moms Club! The Athabasca University Students’ Union would like to announce the addition of the second AU student club. The Student Mom’s Club web site is now up and running (http://www.ausu.org/clubs/smc/index.php). All student moms or moms-to-be are welcome to come and check… Read more »

VOICE Contest

The Voice is going through some changes. Soon the website will be updated and more new content will be introduced. In order to make the new Voice everything that you want it to be, we need your input. As a thank you for taking the time to comment, we’ll enter everyone who fills out our… Read more »

Report on AUSU Council Meeting – March 4

On March 4th AUSU council convened for a regularly scheduled meeting. All council members were present, along with legislative committee chair Karl Low, Administrative Assistant Carla Benavides, who took minutes, and myself. The following report is based on my observations of what transpired, and is intended to allow students who could not attend understand what… Read more »

Canadian Fedwatch! News Across the Nation

TOBACCO COMPANY GETS BURNED The RCMP has filed criminal charges (http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/news/nr-03-08.htm) against RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company (a subsidiary of RJR Nabisco) and a host of its former executives for illegally smuggling cigarettes into Canada. Between 1991 and 1996, the RCMP alleges that the company and the executives worked together to defraud the government of over… Read more »