Referendum

Understand the referendum

Simple adjustments can be made to the AMS referendum process to ensure students understand the influence their vote has.Continue...

Turnout needs to keep up

Higher turnout in this year’s AMS fall referendum is a positive sign, but there’s still much to be done to make this year’s uptick last.Continue...

Student publications forge on without AMS opt-out fees

Last October, Ultraviolet Magazine ’s $0.50 opt-out student fee proposal was rejected in the AMS fall referendum.Continue...

Darts and laurels 2013-14

Darts and laurels 2013-14Continue...

Rector resigns

On Thursday afternoon, Nick Day stepped down as rector. The announcement came over five months after an AMS referendum called for his removal.Continue...

LWT’s final Assembly drags on in debate over Student Activity Fee Policy

In the last Assembly for this year’s AMS executives, Tyler Lively, president, and Dave Walker, vice-president (Operations), faced accusations of being “out of touch” with students, after proposing a motion regarding changes to the Student Activity Fee Policy.Continue...

Golden Words seeks approval during mandatory fee review

After a proposed fee increase was denied in last year’s winter referendum, Engineering Society satire publication Golden Words is noticeably absent from the list of 2017/18 fee increase bids.Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap Jan. 19

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

All fees pass in fall referendum

All fees on the ballot of the AMS’s fall referendum passed with 22 per cent of Queen’s undergraduate students participating in the online vote, the AMS announced on Thursday.Continue...

AMS Assembly addresses TAPS debacle and workplace harassment

Student leaders convene for first official meeting of the yearContinue...

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