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Weekly round-up: UTSU elections, U of T professor honoured with award, and crimson creek mystery solved – The Medium
by ahnationtalk onMarch 30, 202066 Views
UTSU election results, 2020-2021 academic year
In non-pandemic related news and occurrences, The Medium brings you another brief weekly round-up of various campus and city stories that might interest you.
Last Monday, the University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU) concluded its voting period for the spring 2020 election. Election results were announced on March 28.
Student voters were invited to submit nominations on March 2, along with their pick of candidates during the voting period that ran from March 21 through to March 25. Nominees in the tight race competed for the chance to represent one of the 20 positions across five divisions, including the executive council and VP of professional faculties.
The 2020 spring elections were also held alongside two referenda. One referendum looked to introduce a $1 per semester levy for the UTSU Student Aid Program Fund. Through this program, the UTSU stated they can offer various bursaries and grants to help alleviate financial stress for students.