The USSU is looking for a current undergraduate student to join our team as a Services Assistant to provide support to students and the U of S community at the USSU on the main floor of the Place Riel Student Centre.
This position is a part-time, one-year term position (with the possibility to reapply for a second term) and working 20 hours per week. Visit ussu.ca/employment for details.
Last day to apply for a Winter Term Opt-Out is January 17, 2023. Completed online applications are due no later than 4:30pm.
If you wish to opt-in or have questions about your U-Pass, visit ussu.ca/upass
Join us for the USSU AGM and vote on important Bylaw changes that direct the union. The Annual General Meeting will be held Thursday, November 24, 2022, at 6 pm in ARTS 146. Pizza and refreshments will be served.
For more information and the amendments please visit ussu.ca/agm
All undergraduate students are eligible to propose amendments to the USSU Bylaw. The USSU consults with the USSU lawyer to ensure that the proposed amendments are legal, and adhere to the spirit and intent of the Bylaw.
The AGM will be held Thursday, November 24, 2022, at 6 pm in ARTS 146. All amendments will be voted on by USSU members.
Visit ussu.ca/agm for the amendment form and email your proposed amendments to email@example.com
Proposed amendments are due November 4, 2022, by 4:30 pm.
Trick or Eat is an annual event hosted by the USSU Food Centre to collect food and monetary donations for the Saskatoon Food Bank. Participants will meet in Place Riel on October 31st at 5:30 pm to check in and will canvas for donations from 6:00 pm-8:30 pm. As a thank you for volunteering, there will be an afterparty until 10:00 pm with snacks, games, prizes for the best costume, and awarding the Candy Cup to the team who collects the most donations! The Candy Cup is a giant candy-filled trophy that the winners get their team name engraved on!
You must sign up as a team or individual here: https://forms.gle/BDNe7wTfyCjzPkxs6
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Who Needs Feminism is starting next week! Come dressed up for halloween on Monday and earn some prizes for best costume.
Or drop by our tables in the Arts Tunnel and Place Riel and tell us why you need feminism to win a prize or stop by the Women’s Centre to find a few more reasons why!
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31
Halloween Costume Contest
In collaboration with the Pride Centre, the Help Centre & the Food Centre! Dress up in your best costume and there’ll be prizes to win!
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Feminist Movie Night
Screening Hidden Figures at 6 pm in Louis’ Loft. Come join us for some snacks, a movie and a good time!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Learn how to empower yourself through makeup! 5 pm in the Women’s Centre
(103 Memorial Union Building).
The Imaginus poster sale is back, October 24-28 in Place Riel. 9am-8pm Monday to Thursday and 9am-5pm on Friday.
Take a break and De-Stress with the USSU! Play Mini Golf with us in Place Riel on the 12th of October. Beat the score and win some exciting prizes.
May the course be with you!
The USSU Pride Centre is excited to be celebrating 25 years with Queerapalooza!!! There are going to be some incredible events to check out. All events are open to the public and encouraged for EVERYONE to attend! It’s a great opportunity to learn and connect.
Fruit Salad Resource Fair – October 11th
Come to Louis’ Loft to learn about the different gender and sexual identities in the community and enter to win a gift card to Louis!
Two-Spirit Sharing Circle – October 12th
Join Jack Saddleback at Louis’ Loft to learn more about what it means to be Two-Spirit. The sharing circle is open to everyone.
Drag Story Time – October 13th
Stories? Drag? What could be better?! Stop by Murray library at 12PM to see Berlin Wahl and Ivanna Beer or 3PM to see Maxim Noize and AnnaLynne Mokho, come see both!
Adult story time – Adult language will be used
25th Anniversary Drag Show – October 14th
The USSU Pride Centre is excited to be celebrating 25 years since it opened in 1997, and what better way to celebrate than with some drag?
Hosted at Louis’ on campus in the Memorial Union Building, come watch these spectacular performances. Be prepared to yell, laugh, scream, and have the time of your life. It’s going to be an incredible night, you don’t want to miss out!
Doors open at 7PM
Show starts at 7:30PM
Click Here to get your tickets
Film screening: Home from School
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Time: 11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Location: Ground Floor, Murray Library
The USSU invites everyone to a special presentation of Home from School, with an introduction by Dr. Angela Jaime (PhD), Interim Vice-Provost Indigenous Engagement.
Home from School: The Children of Carlisle (2021) follows the story of a delegation of Northern Arapaho tribal members who traveled from Wyoming to Pennsylvania in 2017 to retrieve remains of three children who died at Carlisle Indian Industrial school in the 1880s. The film is a journey into the troubled history of Indian boarding schools and a quest to heal generational wounds.