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Our Turn – University of Regina survey is now live! From now until December 6, 2018, students and alumni from the past 5 years can fill out the Our Turn – University of Regina survey to provide feedback on sexual … Continue reading
(Dis)Orientation week is September 10-14! This week long schedule is full of workshops, talks, and social events designed to connect students to local and global justice movements, while leveling up your leadership and organizer skills. ALL EVENTS ARE FREE!
Job Description: Plant Health Care Model Project Caretaker **This position is only being offered to students at the University of Regina** The Plant Health Care Model (PHCM) project is managed by Professor Tanya Dahms in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. … Continue reading
Job Posting – Generating Momentum Program Coordinator **Must be a University of Regina Student to apply** Generating Momentum is an activist leadership training camp for youth between the ages of 18-35. The camp is focused on educating, training, and organizing … Continue reading
This year’s Apathy into Action Social Justice Conference will take place January 19th and 20th @ the RIC Atrium on the University of Regina main campus. Please see this link for details about our venue. If you have any questions … Continue reading
Have a great winter break everyone, here’s what RPIRG will be up to when we all get back in 2018!
The 11th annual Apathy Into Action social justice conference is taking place JANUARY 19th and 20th! We want to know what YOU want to see and learn. We are looking for workshops and interactive discussion topics that can be covered … Continue reading
RPIRG is proud to be the community partner for the upcoming documentary screening of KONELINE: our land beautiful. Watch the trailer HERE. Date: April 21-27, 2017 Time: 1pm & 7pm Location: Rainbow Cinemas, Regina ABOUT THE FILM: KONELINE: our land … Continue reading
We’re Hiring a 2017 Green Patch Coordinator! The RPIRG Green Patch is a 5400 sq ft vegetable garden behind the Dr. John Archer Library at the U of R. It’s a source of sustainable, locally grown organic food – part … Continue reading