Carleton regains contol of Galleria

Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) accused Carleton’s administration of taking “another step back in providing space for students” in a press release issued Aug. 24, following a university decision to resume control of booking space in the central galleria atrium of the Unicentre.

 

“Just last year, the administration set up a Starbucks in the middle of that space, and now they are removing even more student-controlled space for clubs and societies,” said Erik Halliwell, CUSA president.

 
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CUSA changes petition recall bylaws

 
Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) passed a motion to clarify the process by which council members may be recalled by petition, at the council meeting on Aug. 20.
 
The motion amends Section 2.5 of Bylaw 1 of the CUSA bylaws.
 
“I hope this clarifies the process and brings us into line with other student unions,” said Erik Halliwell, CUSA president and mover of the motion.
 
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