Charlatan Live for April 1, 2014 – Parliament rallies, preferred names, and the GSA president

On the second-last show of the year, co-hosts Chris O’Gorman and Selin Kum bring you the latest on a professor who says Carleton’s exam sign-in sheets are a breach of student privacy and Tommy Wiseau’s appearance at the Mayfair Theatre. We have coverage from two rallies that took place on Parliament Hill, one for Ukraine and Venezuela, and one for a safe injection site in Ottawa. Mel Pelley is on the show to talk about Carleton’s preferred names policy and Christina Muehlberger, the president-elect of the Graduate Students’ Association, sits down to talk about what she plans on doing in the future. As always, Jon Willemsen has this week’s sports wrap-up.

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Charlatan Live for March 25, 2014 – Information leak, Model UN, and WUSC

On this week’s show, Selin Kum and Chris O’Gorman bring you the latest on CUPE 4600’s information leak, why the Internet has been slow, and the reason a prof spearheaded a breastfeeding protest. Vince LeClair from the World University Service of Canada and Melissa Rumble from the United Nations Society are on the show to talk about their groups and why they need an increase to their levies through a student referendum.

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Charlatan Live for March 11, 2014 – Strike watch, CIS Final 8, and mental health

On this week’s show, Alex Brockman fills in for Selin Kum with Chris O’Gorman to bring you the latest on the OPSEU 404 strike, the RRRA poster vandalism, and CIS games and scores. Cameron Preston is on the show. He’s the student walking across Canada to raise awareness about some of the problems with the mental health system. He’s joined by co-director of the walk, Emily Start as they share their struggles with mental health and what they’re hoping to do to lift some of the stigma of mental illness.

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Charlatan Live for March 4, 2014 – CUPE 4600’s strike deadline

On this week’s show co-hosts Chris O’Gorman and Selin Kum discuss RRRA poster vandalism, the uOttawa men’s hockey team suspension, and Carleton’s new booze policy. Dan Preece and Tabatha Armstrong from CUPE 4600, the union representing teaching assistants and contract instructors on campus are live on the show discussing the latest from the bargaining table as the strike deadline looms closer. As always, Jon Willemsen has the weekly sports wrap-up.

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