President’s report – Dec. 2, 2010
This week is definitely a week to look forward to, since the Regina Public Interest Research Group (RPIRG), UR Pride, the U of R Women’s Centre and the University of Regina Students’ Union will officially kick off the first annual 16 Days of Activism campaign. It is pretty cool we will have the opportunity to take part in such a great worldwide event – the U of R will be one of the many universities taking part in the campaign.
Although each one of the events are equally important, I would like to highlight some of the days that are sure to spark everyone’s interest. On Dec. 1, the Women’s Centre will be putting on a fundraising dinner for World Aids Day. The event takes place at the Fainting Goat, which is definitely a place that I have been looking to go to for a long time.
The Facilitation Training for Young Leaders, which takes place on Dec. 4, is definitely something I would encourage all students to attend. The event is a great way to learn how to get involved not only in the U of R community, but also in Regina and the surrounding area.
If you would like more information about all of the events that are happening on campus, please visit URSU’s website at ursu.ca .