CESA

Students campaign against voter apathy

Some students and professors believe that voter turnout in student government elections will never improve.Continue...

Positive thinking

Members of the Concurrent Education Students’ Association’s (CESA) council and extended council voted this year to not to display a Positive Space sticker in their shared office space.Continue...

Education workers strike sparks response on campus

Queen’s stakeholders and local unions are commenting on the recent education workers strike action.

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CESA hosts annual charity pancake breakfast

Queen’s Concurrent Education Student Association (CESA) hosted a charity pancake breakfast on Sept. 18 to raise funds for Women for Women, a non-for-profit organization supporting women in Afghanistan.Continue...

Team AmPLify voted next CESA Executive Team

Team AmPLify was voted CESA’s next executive on Feb. 12.Continue...

At CESA debate, executive teams present similar platforms with some key differences

CESA Executive Teams BluEJay and AmPLify went head to head at a debate Monday evening over Zoom.Continue...

In contested CESA Executive election, Team AmPLify aims to uplift student voices

As one of two teams running for next year’s CESA Executive, Team AmPLify is focused on uplifting student voices.Continue...

Several CESA positions contested this year

Ahead of the upcoming CESA election, The Journal met with candidates to discuss their plans should they be elected.Continue...

Running on ambitious platform, CESA Team BluEJay confident they have experience to follow through

Team BluEJay, one of two prospective CESA Executive teams, is building off of their previous experience at the Association in their platform.Continue...

CESA Executive debate recap

On Friday night, CESA candidate teams RAY and Illuminate pitched similar platform points at the Association’s executive debate.Continue...

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