NO to student centre fee levy increase

Concordia students voted this week against a fee-levy for the CSU’s student

centre project. According to CEO Oliver Cohen, the unofficial results

are as follows:

Total # of voters = 2,397

Yes= 745 votes (31.09%)

No= 1,652 votes (68.91%)

“The students spoke and I respect it. I’m here to serve them, not command them and they’ve expressed their will and I’ll respect it,” saidVP external and projectsAdrienSeveryns, who campaigned extensively for the Yes vote, on Friday.

Check out the Concordianon Tuesday for more information.

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Concordia students voted this week against a fee-levy for the CSU’s student

centre project. According to CEO Oliver Cohen, the unofficial results

are as follows:

Total # of voters = 2,397

Yes= 745 votes (31.09%)

No= 1,652 votes (68.91%)

“The students spoke and I respect it. I’m here to serve them, not command them and they’ve expressed their will and I’ll respect it,” saidVP external and projectsAdrienSeveryns, who campaigned extensively for the Yes vote, on Friday.

Check out the Concordianon Tuesday for more information.

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