Tyler Lively

Earth Centre taken to constitutional interpretation

The AMS Judicial Committee gathered on Feb. 12 in the AMS Boardroom for a public hearing to bring the Earth Centre’s status to judicial review, by request of Earth Centre staff.Continue...

Petition launched to repeal dissolving of CEA

On Feb. 3, a petition to reverse the AMS dissolution of the Commission on Environmental Affairs (CEA) went live online, but, according to AMS President Tyler Lively, it won’t change anything.Continue...

Senate modifies policy on student withdrawals and non-academic misconduct

At the Nov. 1 meeting of the Queen’s Senate, policy surrounding the governing body’s involvement within non-academic misconduct was formally revised and passed. This policy dictates the response to any student caught violating the Student Code of Conduct.Continue...

New AMS Information Officer hired after long-serving employee Greg McKellar retires

In a Nov. 7 email sent to all AMS staff, President Tyler Lively announced that Wayne Pender has filled the permanent AMS position of Information Officer.Continue...

AMS launches petition to prevent Uber from being forced out of Kingston

On Sept. 30, the AMS Executive sent a petition to the Queen’s student body, protesting the City’s attempt to drive Uber out of Kingston.Continue...

Board of Trustees begins the year with messages from new Provost and student leaders

The first Board of Trustees meeting began on Sept. 30 with a moment of silence for Brady Faroldi and Donald Hargreaves, two members of the Queen’s community who passed away in recent months.Continue...

NAM contract signed after a month long delay

For 118 years, Queen’s has given disciplinary and judicial power of its students, to their peers, through the country’s sole peer-lead non-academic disciplinary system. For the past year, the University’s Intake Office has limited the student government’s power by overseeing all cases brought to their judicial system.Continue...

AMS Assembly addresses TAPS debacle and workplace harassment

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

AMS Summer in Review

As students flood Queen’s campus for yet another school year, they also fall under the wings of a new AMS student government. However, for President Tyler Lively, Vice President (Operations) Dave Walker and Vice President (University Affairs) Carolyn Thompson, work began in May.Continue...

AMS to review all positions following resignations

Following a string of resignations over the past few months, the AMS executive is taking the opportunity to review the roles and responsibilities of its salaried positions.

Since August,...Continue...