HSF Elections 2015

The developing story surrounding the HSF elections, and the controversial disqualification.

Tom Walton elected HSF president in by-election

September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Full-time Humber College students succeeded in their second attempt to elect a Humber Students' Federation president for the 2014-2015 academic year....

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Humber News got the chance to talk with two presidential candidates and last year's president Tim Brilhante about the current bi-elections. Humber Student Federation voting period starts today. ...

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Get to know your HSF presidential candidates before voting booths open this Friday. In the first installment of our series, Humber News interviewed candidate Shawn Manahan....

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From the aftermath of last year's dramatic election, presidential candidates from Humber College attended a by-election to promote their platforms to the student body....

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HSF by-elections promise fresh start

September 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

With just a day removed from the official start of campaigning, the Humber Students Federation is optimistic about what lies ahead....

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HSF by-elections going unnoticed

September 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

With just six months moved from one of the biggest controversies in HSF history, the Humber Students Federation is looking forward, not behind by holding a by-election....

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As Humber students voted to oppose Shawn Manahan as HSF President at the Humber Students’ Federation’s Annual General Meeting, the student body was left wondering two questions. When will there be an election for HSF President? And how much will it cost?...

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Full-time students voted against approving Shawn Manahan 89-90 as being the HSF President at the Humber Student Federation’s Annual General Meeting....

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Humber Students Federation board members sat down with Humber News for an exclusive interview Monday....

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The HSF’s Annual General Meeting this Wednesday taking place at the Student Centre at North Campus, which all full-time students can attend, promises to be a tumultuous one....

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