Devon Sereda Goldie works with students and collaborators in reflecting on the Canadian identity and the WW1 Internment Camps.
Luba Maslej turns to her grandfather, or dido Emil's history and recognizes the sacrifices he made, comparing them to the things she finds challenging now.
Devon Sereda Goldie calls on Ukrainians to listen, educate themselves, and acknowledge their privilege in support of the Black Lives Matter movement across the world.
Sophia Holowaty goes pantry-diving and discovers easy-to-make recipes, putting her own spin on things for some added flavour.
Nykola Dovgyy explores different ways people can stay fit and healthy, even if they're stuck inside during the pandemic.
Marc Darmohraj explains the importance of having USOs on campuses and their interconnection with other cultural clubs.
Raissa Dzulynsky considers the hardships of entering "the real world" when graduating during the pandemic.
Stephanie Nedoshytko shares some tips and tricks to staying organized and maintaining mental health during a pandemic.
Irina Boyko offers a few suggestions for celebrating an unconventional Easter in quarantine.
Kirsten Sharun speaks candidly about her personal adaptation to pandemic life, adding that "we're all in this together."
Devon Sereda Goldie walks us through several ways to make pysanky — continuing to practice Easter traditions amidst a pandemic.
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The Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) is pleased to report the successful Completion of the 2019 National SUSK Congress Back to Our Roots held in Winnipeg, Manitoba from May 2nd to 5th. This year’s congress marked the 65th anniversary of SUSK and we continue to be a vibrant and active part of the Ukrainian Canadian
SUSK partners with Postcards for Prisoners Since Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014, Russian authorities have illegally imprisoned at least 70 Ukrainian citizens. Russia has ignored all demands by the international community to stop the invasion of Ukraine and the imprisonment of Ukrainian citizens. SUSK is pleased to announce the partnership with Postcards for Prisoners to
Looking for a Halloween costume that's different from the rest? Well, look no further — here are some very Ukie (and not so spooky) ideas!
Thinking about writing for our publication, "Student," but don't know where to start? Check out this helpful guide made by our editors!
Over the course of the last few months, top ranked students from Ukraine had the opportunity to participate in Mitacs undergraduate research internships across Canada. Supported by the Shevchenko Foundation, approximately fifty students from Ukraine participated in 12-week research opportunities supervised by Canadian university faculty. The Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) was able to assist
Apply to Join the 2018-19 SUSK Team Today! Are you a self-starter? Are you a leader in your Ukrainian Canadian community? We are looking for you! The Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) is seeking highly motivated individuals to apply for open positions on the 2018-19 Board of Directors. Undergraduate and graduate students are all
SUSK Launches “Finding Belonging, Creating Leaders” Fundraising Campaign Finding Belonging, Creating Leaders Campaign The Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) is excited to announce the launch of its “Finding Belonging, Creating Leaders” Campaign. The goal of the campaign is to build an endowment that will sustain SUSK, its member organizations, and build future generations of leaders
Conclusion of the 2018 National SUSK Congress See the full release here for: 1. Conclusion of the 2018 National SUSK Congress 2. Incoming and Outgoing Executives 3. Resolutions 4. Sponsors The Ukrainian Canadian Students’ Union (SUSK) is pleased to report on the successful completion of the 2018 National SUSK Congress: Rediscovering the Past held in Banff,