Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

Name Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (SETA)
Type Club
Campus Orillia
Purpose The purpose of SETA is to raise awareness about the ethical treatment of animals and what can be done to help resolve unethical treatment. The club will also focus on veganism and how to live a more sustainable, as well as cruelty free, life. Each member can expect to participate in tabling events that raise awareness for many different animal issues. Other events will include vegan potlucks and guest speakers. This club is a great platform for students to advocate for not using animals for food, clothing, entertainment or experiments. Hopefully we can eventually end the oppression against them. In the future, SETA would love to team up with other clubs to fight against any form of oppression. SETA will also focus on education about food security and would like to put on events where ethically sourced farmers come to Lakehead.
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Certification Certified without conditions Expires on 2019-10-31
Mailing Address Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
c/o Lakehead University Student Union
500 University Ave.
Room OA-1028
Orillia, ON L3V 0B9
Accounts Payable and Receivable Orillia Campus Coordinator
(705) 330-4008, ext. 2180
leigh.castle@lusu.ca Please contact us before issuing credit to this organziation.
Risk Management Contact Angela Calaiezzi
(807) 343-8552
angela.calaiezzi@lusu.ca
Public Contact Claudia Godden

705-345-2776

Executive Officers Aleesha Gostkowski, Co-President
Claudia Godden, Co-President
Sarah Khan, Co-President
The above persons are authorized to represent this organization to the university community and the public.
Current As Of 2018-12-15

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