Assembly

Non-academic misconduct statistics published for 2016

Between May 1 and Dec. 31, 2016, 30 investigations were launched through the AMS’ non-academic misconduct (NAM) system, a report to Assembly detailed.Continue...

Eligibility alteration for AMS Speaker divides student leaders

AMS Assembly devolved into heated debate and accusations of personal bias on Dec. 1 when a motion arose that could potentially affect the upcoming January executive elections — namely, the eligibility of AMS Speaker Palmer Lockridge.Continue...

AMS Assembly begins with discussion on Fall Term Break

Kicking off the Nov. 3 meeting of AMS Assembly, Secretary of the University, Lon Knox, and Deputy Provost, Teri Shearer, facilitated a discussion with student leaders on Fall Term Break.Continue...

Report recommends ASUS pull the plug on The Tartan

After two years and two unsuccessful attempts at re-launching the publication, The Tartan may be facing its final days.

On Oct. 1,...Continue...

AMS Assembly seeks move to proportional representation

A motion to change AMS Assembly’s composition to proportional representation, where faculty societies would receive more votes based on how many students they represent, was tabled at last week's Assembly until a sub-committee reviews the proposal's implications.Continue...