AMS Assembly Recap

Assembly votes on Isabel space grant and OUSA renewal

Before proposed changes to the Student Activity Fee Policy triggered a period of pointed questioning directed at Team LWT, this year’s final AMS Assembly approved structural changes to Non-Academic Misconduct policy and agreed to renew the University’s membership with Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA).Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap Jan. 19

Assembly weighs two options for Fall Term Break layoutContinue...

AMS Assembly discusses Bystander Intervention Training

During an unusually short AMS Assembly this Thursday, Vice-President (University Affairs) Carolyn Thompson proposed that everyone in attendance develop a proposal or suggestion regarding their thoughts on Fall Term Break and bring them to the next assembly.Continue...

AMS to write letter to Senate on fall reading week concerns

AMS Assembly voted to write a letter to a member of the Queen’s Senate regarding a fall reading week, and voted to amalgamate the AMS and SGPS clubs offices at their latest meeting on Thursday.Continue...

AMS Commissioner of Internal Affairs dissolved, Peer Support Centre and AGC amalgamated

AMS Assembly Jan. 28 recapContinue...

Campaign period begins

AMS assembly ratified five Rector candidates and two AMS executive teams on Thursday night: Team CSG headed by Colin Zarzour and Team LWT headed by Tyler Lively.Continue...

Assembly passes stricter referendum rules

Issues of student fees and the nullification of the fall referendum were on the table at AMS assembly Thursday night.Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap — Nov. 5

At the fourth AMS Assembly this term, all non-voting members of AMS Assembly — including Journal reporters — were asked to leave the room, for a two-hour, closed-door session.

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AMS Assembly Recap — Oct. 22

AMS Assembly on Oct. 22 was notably marked by the appearance of Principal Daniel Woolf to discuss the...Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap — Oct. 8

The second AMS Assembly of the 2015 fall semester ran without any major conflict or debate.Continue...

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