Election

CBW is seeking student support

On Jan. 15, Team CBW was elected by acclamation to be the next AMS executive.Continue...

Bryan Paterson elected Kingston’s new mayor

Kingston’s next mayor is Bryan Paterson.Continue...

Students should cast their vote carefully

Gerrymandering means rearranging electoral boundaries so that your team gains an advantage.Continue...

Student-led protest blazes political trail

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Hong Kong to demand that residents of the region be able to choose their leader for the upcoming 2017 election — for which China has said they’ll be determining the candidates.Continue...

Education ignored

Let’s face it — politics in Ontario isn’t sexy.Continue...

Undue conflict

Thinking outside of the box never hurt anyone.Continue...

Executive candidates debate, members vote on motions regarding accountability and accessibility

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) held their Winter General Meeting in Mac-Corry this Wednesday evening, at which all six uncontested executive candidates running in the upcoming election had a chance to discuss their platforms.Continue...

For AMS Speaker policy changes, timing is everything

A recent push to change the AMS Speaker policy just before the AMS election season seems too hasty.Continue...

AMS Assembly debates making Queen’s campus smoke-free

Kicking off this Wednesday’s AMS Assembly in Wallace Hall, guest speaker Swati Naidu from the Ontario Public Health Unit began with an address on the move towards making Queen’s a smoke-free campus.Continue...

Voter turnout isn’t about the age, it’s about the demographic

Pushing for the voting age to be lowered to 16 misses the bigger picture of voter representation — or rather, who’s missing from the picture.Continue...

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