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Editor in Chief of Queen's Journal Volume 147 elected

On Thursday night, Meredith Wilson-Smith was elected the next Editor in Chief of The Journal , Volume 147.

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ComSoc and ResSoc elect next executive

This weekend, substantial majorities elected two societies’ future executives, with one team winning for the second time.Continue...

AJW voted next AMS executive

As voting closed Tuesday, a 30.1 per cent turnout rate elected next year’s student leaders.

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SGPS presidential debate recap

Presidential candidates faced off at the executive open forum on Friday for their final confrontation before the Jan. 28 to 29 elections.Continue...

Residence Society to hold second vote after results nullified

ResSoc has restarted its executive election following the nullification of results on Jan. 23.Continue...

CESA Executive debate recap

On Friday night, CESA candidate teams RAY and Illuminate pitched similar platform points at the Association’s executive debate.Continue...

Vice-president student affairs candidate to run uncontested

Taylor Brooks is running for COMPSA’s most people-oriented position, hoping a win will increase student engagement.Continue...

Team ACA runs uncontested for commerce society executives

ComSoc candidates hope to take a broader approach to careers in commerce and lead undergrads to less traditional paths.Continue...

EngSoc candidates compete for vice-presidential position

EngSoc’s only contested election this year will see Jinho Lee, Sci ’21, and Melissa Young, Sci ’20, campaign for the vice-president (operations).Continue...

COMPSA vice-president (operations) candidate Shreyansh Anand talks entrepreneurship

Shreyansh Anand, CompSci ’21, is pushing to fill the gaps in the computing experience at Queen’s, starting with mentors and entrepreneurship.Continue...

COMPSA executive debate recap

On Thursday night, every candidate in the Computing Students’ Association executive election called for increased student participation.Continue...

EngSoc executive debate recap

In the ILC atrium on Tuesday, four candidates vying for next year’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) executive team answered questions on transparency, promotion, and pneumonia.Continue...

Sole EngSoc presidential candidate on being an advocate for students

As the only candidate running for president of the Engineering Society this year, Delaney Benoit, Sci ’20, wants to be a voice for the Society’s students.Continue...

Vice-presidential candidate wants COMPSA to “regain trust of students”

Danielle Edward, CompSci ’21, aims to rebuild COMPSA from the ground up as the vice-president of operations for the 2019-20 academic year.Continue...

Undergraduate Trustee forum recap

Tyler Macintyre, the sole Undergraduate Trustee candidate, spoke to an open forum which no students attended in Wallace Hall on Wednesday.Continue...

SGPS presidential election sees two hopefuls

This year, the only contested SGPS election is for its presidency.Continue...

ASUS executive open forum recap

Despite running uncontested in this year’s ASUS Executive election, Team Chayce and Aaryan faced numerous questions at Tuesday night’s forum in the Lower Ceilidh of the JDUC.Continue...

Team NOM elected as 2019-20 Residence Society Executives

Voting for Residence Society (ResSoc) executive closed Tuesday night, electing Team NOM by daybreak.Continue...

ResSoc executive debate recap

At a debate in Victoria Hall on Sunday, the Residence Society’s two candidate teams—Team NOM and Team SBB—discussed how to address student awareness and enable greater residence services.Continue...

ResSoc executive candidates outline engagement, wellness priorities

As executive candidates in this year’s Residence Society (ResSoc) election, members of Team NOM say their diverse leadership experience can bring change in residence halls.Continue...

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