USSU dedicates council chambers to Roy Romanow

The University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (USSU) announced at a ceremony March 9 that the new student council chambers in the renovated Place Riel will be named in honour of Roy Romanow.

The USSU Executive with Roy Romanow outside the new council chambers
Photo by Olivia Swerhone-Wick
To read more about this, see the story in the Feb.11 issue of On Campus News
"We are sincerely honoured to name our new student council chamber after Roy Romanow," said USSU President Chris Stoicheff. "In his role as a former student council President and a Premier of Saskatchewan, he has made substantive contributions to this university, province and country."
Mr. Romanow, a senior policy fellow in the U of S Department of History, was on hand at the ceremony that took place prior to the Thursday meeting of the University Student Council.
"Saskatchewan university student leaders tackle extremely important and complex duties in advancing the interests and concerns of all students. In doing so, they demonstrate a deep commitment to constantly improving the University of Saskatchewan experience of our students, and thus, the university itself," said Mr. Romanow. "I am also confident that the USSU will produce future leaders who will greatly contribute to improving Canada's society, a tradition for which the U of S is already widely recognized. I am extremely honoured by this recognition, one that carries deep personal meaning."
For more information, contact:
Chris Stoicheff
USSU President
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