Asus

Students campaign against voter apathy

Some students and professors believe that voter turnout in student government elections will never improve.Continue...

Take out the trash talk

Political campaigns for student leadership positions are hard.Continue...

Female student leaders lacking

In 1884, Queen’s became the first university west of the Maritimes — and ahead of much of the world — to have female graduates.Continue...

Context needed

The Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) should be applauded for their proactive efforts to have class averages or medians included on transcripts.Continue...

Tartan needs kick in ASUS

Despite this year’s hurdles, whoever ends up managing the Tartan next year should work hard to fulfill the publication’s potential as a campus institution.Continue...

Year society VP avoids impeachment

ASUS Assembly discussed Thursday night whether to impeach one of their members, on the basis that he had been absent for more than three Assemblies.Continue...

Filibustering in the sandbox

This member-at-large motions for a Seargent-at-Arms to be appointed to the ASUS Assembly, and for the position to be added to its constitution at the next possible instance. Maybe then the Executive could run Assembly in peace.

It has become clear that the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) Assembly is unable to function the way it should. The ability for Assembly to run in a way that respects the integrity of the speaker, the members of the assembly and the students who elected them has been compromised.Continue...

Prescott censured

Former AMS presidential candidate and ASUS representative to the AMS Alexander Prescott was censured on Tuesday night by ASUS Assembly after he made controversial comments about rape on Facebook.Continue...

Undergraduate Orientation Review Working Group releases final report

Following a six-month consultation period with faculties and students across the board at the University, the Undergraduate Orientation Review Working Group (UORWG) released their final report on Mar. 1.Continue...

News in Brief

Federal, provincial governments contributing nearly $78 million for public transit

On Mar. 16, provincial and federal funding to expand Kingston’s public transit systems was announced by MPP...Continue...

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