Students also showed their support for a fall Reading Break
I was so shy when I came to the college, but through the Student Ambassador Program, I have had many opportunities to meet other students. I have even come to look forward to volunteering with new people.
RDC Library is pleased to host a Long Night Against Procrastination, a nation-wide “study blitz” event that provides supported after-hours study space, services, and stress relief. The event runs from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
This is the opportunity for students to make their mark by running for the opportunity to represent and advocate for their peers. And, just as importantly, it’s a chance to make their mark by voting for their 2017-2018 student leaders!
An increasing number of Colleges and Universities in Canada are beginning to explore this for their students, and a few institutions in Alberta (including the U of A) have implemented a version of reading break during their Fall Semesters.
Students will be voting on a proposed amendment to the Students’ Association Bylaw at the Spring General Meeting – 11 a.m. Tuesday, February 28.
Do you have a passion for making a difference? Are you the kind of person that needs to lead by example? Does representing and advocating for students and their rights appeal to you?
Make your mark by becoming one of the next Executive Council members o…
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