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Chris Kerr

Pros • Attends events, is very approachable • Kept two primary campaign promises • Dedicated to diversity of his portfolio Cons • Lack of executive involvement • Failed to educate and inform with TAC • Some events disorganized     &nbspOh, what a tough job Chris Kerr has– attending concerts on a weekly basis, watching Star Wars… Continue reading Chris Kerr

Kerr wins Events

By Ruth Davenport

The hotly contested Students’ Union Events portfolio is set up for a "good" year, according to the victorious candidates. "I am so excited for next year!" declared Chris Kerr when the results were posted. "It’s going to be a really good commission; we work really well together." Current VP Events Alix d’Archangelo was pleased with… Continue reading Kerr wins Events

VP Events

By Mary Chan

Chris Kerr’s right-hand woman has paid her dues over the past year, and now she’s reaping the rewards. Enyedy’s experience in the Events portfolio has made her the best candidate for the position.ExperienceWith a strong background as an Events Commissioner, an ongoing stint on the Alliance-Atlantis promotions team and a strong commitment to SLC, Enyedy… Continue reading VP Events


By Wendy Maloff

After six years of headaches and $9 million later, the new MacEwan Hall on the University of Calgary campus officially opened on Wed., Jan. 23.Unsurprisingly, the grand opening celebrations scheduled to begin at noon were delayed for approximately 20 minutes."We’re keeping with the spirit of the expansion," joked Students’ Union Vice-President Events Chris Kerr.Once started,… Continue reading SCRATCHIN’ THE SIX YEAR ITCH

Dropping Acid Jazz

By Lawrence Bailey

Those of you from the what-have-you-done-for-me-lately school of political criticism best listen close. Acid Jazz Afternoons, a brand-spanking new Friday event at The Black Lounge, made its debut Fri., Oct. 26. The acid jazz-trip hop-themed afternoon is the latest project of Students’ Union Vice-President Events Chris Kerr. "I just thought it would be a nice,… Continue reading Dropping Acid Jazz

Small but important

By Ruth Davenport

Two Students’ Union initiatives wrapped up on Fri., Sept. 28, though neither came to a final conclusion. Shinerama, the fundraiser for the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, ended for the time being on Friday after raising over $2,000. "I think we did really well," said SU Vice-President Events Chris Kerr. "We have until February to hold… Continue reading Small but important

Shiny happy people raising funds

By Stephanie Chan

The latest effort in fundraising will have students shining shoes across Calgary. Shinerama, the national fund-raising campaign for the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, will return to University of Calgary this September courtesy of the Students’ Union. "We’re actually really looking forward to it," said SU Vice-President Events Chris Kerr. "It’s a new thing for us,… Continue reading Shiny happy people raising funds

SU events need students

By James Keller

For many musicians, playing in their parent’s garage and singing into an old tape recorder are as close as they’ll come to stardom. However, the Students’ Union–or more specifically, Vice-president Elect Events Chris Kerr–would like you to believe this does not have to be for campus talent. For those of you who either didn’t care… Continue reading SU events need students