Sil on the Streets — Presidential Predictions Students weigh in on who they think their next McMaster Students Union president-elect will be
Jan25

Sil on the Streets — Presidential Predictions Students weigh in on who they think their next McMaster Students Union president-elect will be

The Silhouette‘s 2017 presidential archives: http://www.thesil.ca/category/msu2017 Related Posts Why you should give a shitNew MSU VPs take officeWhat to know about the upcoming provincial...

Critiques of each 2017 MSU presidential candidate Points from each candidate's platform get examined
Jan20
Platform critique: Leanne Winkels In some points, Winkels' platform is lacking ambition
Jan20

Platform critique: Leanne Winkels In some points, Winkels' platform is lacking ambition

Leanne Winkels’ candidacy is about breaking barriers in accessibility, integration and community, a platform that she’s built with research and discussion from students’ perspectives. While these three pillars see common issues that McMaster students face in general, the majority of these points seem to be lacking of tangible change and ambition. Taking her platform pillar “Breaking Down Community Barriers”, into consideration,...

Meet the 2017 MSU presidential candidates Platform points, critiques and more
Jan19
Leanne Winkels overview
Jan19

Leanne Winkels overview

Leanne Winkels – Political Science IV Leanne Winkels is a Level IV Honours Political Science student. Her decision to run for MSU president stems from noticing a disconnect between the McMaster Students Union and the student body and her passion for the sense of community here at McMaster University. Throughout her time at Mac, Winkels has maintained a Welcome Week position with the Society of Off-Campus Students for three...