AMS Assembly Sept. 24 Preview

Assembly reconvenes for the first time this semester with a long list of ratifications

AMS Assembly Preview
Image by: Ashley Quan

AMS Assembly will meet for the first time this term tonight in the McLaughlin Room at 7 p.m. with a long list of ratifications on the table. (See agenda here).

Most notably, Sarah Letersky ArtSci ’16, is up for ratification as Vice President (University Affairs). Letersky, who began as the AMS Human Resources Officer in May, was appointed to the position last month following the resignation of former Vice President (University Affairs) Catherine Wright. Mackenzie Jackson, ArtSci ’17, will replace her as the AMS Human Resources Officer.

Other individuals to be ratified are:

  • Ryan Anderson — Judicial Affairs Deputy (2015-2016)
  • Aaron Rosenstein — Judicial Affairs Deputy (2015-2016)
  • Meryl Morant — Judicial Affairs Deputy (2015-2016)
  • Felix Goetz — Judicial Affairs Deputy (2015-2016)
  • Jasmit de Saffel — Judicial Affairs Clerk (2015-2016)
  • Matthew Vrbanak — Chief Student Constable (2015-2016)

Pass/Fail Credit

The implementation of a Pass/Fail Credit or “experiential credit” was one of the items on the AMS executive’s platform. Planning has begun with the help of ASUS President and Vice-President, Brandon Jamieson and Andrew DiCapua and Read Leask, the academic affairs commissioner, with the hope that the program will come into effect as soon as next academic year. 

ReUnion Street Festival

According to the president’s report, a band has been secured for the concert. Chinniah reported that they are now in the final stages of drafting an agreement between the AMS, the University, and the City of Kingston.


AMS Assembly Preview

All final editorial decisions are made by the Editor(s)-in-Chief and/or the Managing Editor. Authors should not be contacted, targeted, or harassed under any circumstances. If you have any grievances with this article, please direct your comments to

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Queen's Journal

© All rights reserved.

Back to Top
Skip to content