“If you don’t have strong academic representation, things go wrong very quickly” says Mary Ojo

In a recent interview with The Print, the VP Education of QMSU spoke about the reforms that have been made to the course representatives system.

“Perceptions of course reps are different now”, she said. “Through the course rep conference they were able to narrow down what they wanted to do across the departments and then I was able to lead on that.”

Speaking with Mile End in a Minute presenter Rachel Peters, Mary Ojo shared her thoughts on the Union engaging more with postgraduate students, the expansion to Mile End library, and the course rep system.

Thank you to all the students who submitted questions via our online form for this interview.


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