Rector election

Cam Yung continues the Y(o)ung Rector legacy

Cam Yung had difficulty finding the right words to address his crowd of supporters after current Rector Mike Young announced that he had won the election as the 35th Queen’s Rector.

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Talking Heads: What's been the hardest part of campaigning?

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Voting glitches unacceptable

Due to online glitches in the Oct. 25 and 26 AMS elections, some students were left wondering if their votes counted. Even after casting their ballots, some students received emails reminding them to vote; other emails told students they weren’t eligible to vote, when in fact they were.Continue...

Alumni voted in elections

Blane McPhail no longer attends Queen’s, but he voted in last week’s online elections.Continue...

Debate differentiates candidates

At Wednesday night’s rector debate, all six candidates agreed that effectively communicating with students is a priority. But each candidate has a different approach in mind.Continue...

Six candidates vie for rector role

The campaign period for a new rector started nearly two months after Nick Day resigned from the position.Continue...

Rector election policy revised

When students elect a rector this month, the AMS and the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) will use separate ballots for the first time.Continue...