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Mouldy walls, duct tape repair jobs and leaky ceilings are at the heart of a student campaign at Simon Fraser University's Burnaby campus, an aging facility they say is in desperate need of repair. Heading into the school year, students are being
Hostels remained the focus of all the candidates contesting election to the Panjab University Campus Students' Council as they made their final pitch on the last day of campaigning on Sunday. While all the student organisations flocked to the
As the election fever grips Panjab University, it is the tailors in various boys' hostels of the university who are the busiest lot, catering to the increasing demand of students for white kurta-pyjamas...Earlier, we received around one-two orders
Congress with members of these parties having joined the Youth Congress in the past few years...Around 20 student leaders from the party attended the meeting in which preparations regarding the forthcoming student council elections were discussed...
The Commonwealth Students' Association (CSA) have launched their new website and membership recruitment drive. The CSA are now accepting applications from student organisations around The Commonwealth to join the association, which will unite
Many high school students spend the summer taking it easy, drinking lemonade by poolside or heading down the Shore. But Paterson 's Mara Kettle has been busy learning about marketing, doing fundraising, and sending out press releases. Approaching her
The student organisations of Panjab University preparing for the student union elections in September, along with former student leaders, believe that the Lyngdoh Commission has proved to be the major turning point for elections on the campus. "
But I'm aware there are international students who do not receive the support they need. I hope to play my part in providing them with support and advice, Ms Tran said. As an ambassador, I'll be able share my insights into life as a student in
Peeved over the wilful disobedience of court directions, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday issued bailable warrants of nearly a dozen student leaders of PU. The student leaders were impleaded as respondents in a contempt petition by the
Irked over the repeated defacement of the University campus by students, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday impleaded student leaders of all political parties and unions in the Panjab University. Also, notices were issued to the parties and