Residence

News in Brief

Construction on residences commences, Honourary degrees awardedContinue...

AMS raises concerns on enrolment plans

The AMS is calling for the University to hold off on increasing enrolment, according to a report passed at a special AMS Assembly on Saturday.Continue...

Residence plans resisted

The University’s plans for two new residence buildings on campus could face setbacks after public input on the project showed to be overwhelmingly negative.Continue...

Teams talk ResSoc election

Profiles of the three teams running for ResSoc executive.Continue...

Merging Main and West councils

Two residence councils could soon be joined if a new proposal is successful.Continue...

No double duty

If you’re living in residence, or even spending a few minutes in one, you will likely come across a don — the upper years in bright red vests.Continue...

Waldron Tower expands

Waldron Tower will have room for 48 more students come September, an addition to the 225 students already in the residence.Continue...

Ban not enough

A University decision to make residence alcohol-free during this year’s Frosh Week has impacted all first years, even those who are legally able to drink.Continue...

The case for cameras

Bruce Griffiths says cameras are part of a solution to malicious fire alarms in residence that includes safety education, sanctions and a student culture that doesn't condone false alarms.Continue...

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