NUSU president removed from office
November 21, 2006
Source: Nipissing University
On Thursday, November 16, the executive for the Nipissing University Student Union (NUSU) voted to remove NUSU president Kyle Marsh from office. Marsh was relieved of his duties that morning. Sean Feretycki, has assumed the role of president; formerly, he held the position of vice-president internal.
Marsh is planning to appeal his removal.
NUSU is an independent body that governs itself through its own constitution, bylaws and rules of order. It is a separate entity from Nipissing University and the university’s governing bylaws.
"While it is difficult to see our students embroiled in a process of this nature, the university fully respects their right to self govern," said university president Dr. Dennis Mock. "The university staff and faculty all wish NUSU and the students a fair and just resolution to this issue."