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NDP leadership candidate stops in Kingston

Prospective leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party (NDP) Marit Stiles brought her campaign to Kingston on Nov. 12 at The Mansion.Continue...

Bryan Paterson & Conny Glenn win municipal elections

From wild street parties to rat infested houses, the new Kingston municipal government hopes to solve campus issues by bridging the gap between Queen’s students and Kingston residents. The new...Continue...

Graduate Student Trustee election underway

The Graduate Student Trustee position is currently up for grabs. The SGPS is actively working to run the election for the position.Continue...

Candidate Profiles: Rector election sees six candidates running

Six candidates are running to be Queen’s 38 th Rector—Caitlin Sankaran-Wee, ArtSci ’24, Leo Yang, ArtSci ‘25, Sahiba Gulati, ArtSci ’23, William Bruce-Robertson, ArtSci ’25, Emils Matiss, MA ’22, and Owen Crawford-Lem, ArtSci ’23.Continue...

Rector candidates debate in JDUC

The 38th Rector debate took place on Mar. 16 in the JDUC with all six candidates—Caitlin Sankaran-Wee, ArtSci ’24, Leo Yang, ArtSci ‘25, Sahiba Gulati, ArtSci ’23, William Bruce-Robertson, ArtSci ’25, Emils Matiss, MA ’22, and Owen Crawford-Lem, ArtSci ’23—were present.Continue...

HSS executive candidates appear at open forum

The Health Sciences Society (HSS) Open Forum, held on Feb. 6, saw eight candidates running for the three contested positions of president, vice-president (operations), and vice-president (university affairs).Continue...

Candidate Profiles: Uncontested EngSoc candidates talk pandemic recovery

This year, all Engineering Society (EngSoc) positions up for election—president, vice-president of operations (VPO), vice-president of student affairs (VPSA) and junior senator—are uncontested.Continue...

EngSoc candidates talk community at debates

At the Engineering Society (EngSoc)’s debates, which took place Jan. 26 and 27, candidates emphasized pandemic reopening, student engagement, and accessibility as key issues.Continue...

Team ETC takes audience questions at open forum

On Jan. 27, the AMS held their executive candidate open forum for uncontested Team ETC.

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Team YEA presents platform at ASUS open forum

Team YEA appeared at the ASUS open forum held over Facebook live on Jan. 26. Moderated by ASUS Governance Officer Kristen Sutherland, the team had the chance to respond to a predetermined set of questions and student questions submitted via Google form.Continue...

Emily Yeung elected ResSoc President

On Jan. 25, Residence Society (ResSoc) President Roshael Chellappah announced over Zoom that Emily Yeung, HealthSci ’23 , was voted incoming ResSoc President for the 2022-23 year.Continue...

EngSoc extends nomination period for faculty election

On Jan. 20, the Engineering Society (EngSoc) announced their decision to extend the nomination period for their faculty election. The original nomination period ended on Jan. 19, with campaigning week scheduled to take place Jan. 24 to 31 and elections scheduled to conclude by Feb. 3.Continue...

SGPS presidential candidate hopes to improve mental health supports

Beth Langdon, JD ’23, is the sole candidate vying for the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) President position. Langdon’s platform is based on three pillars: building community, revamping SGPS communications, and improving SGPS mental health resources.Continue...

Uncontested ResSoc Presidential candidate discusses platform at open forum

The Residence Society (ResSoc) Presidential Forum, held on Jan. 20, saw sole Presidential candidate Emily Yeung, HealthSci ’23 , answer questions about her platform. The open forum was moderated by current ResSoc President Roshael Chellapah and Chief Electoral Officer Caitlin Sankaran-Wee.Continue...

Team YEA ready to bring student engagement back to ASUS

Presidential candidate Yara Hussein, Vice Presidential (Society Affairs) candidate Emma Farrell and Vice Presidential (Operations) candidate Aloka Wijesundara are the only team running for the newly restructured ASUS executive this year.

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Team ETC zeroes in on rebuilding student trust

This year’s uncontested candidates for AMS executive, Team ETC, say they’ll put students first.

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Emily Yeung talks vision as sole ResSoc presidential candidate

Emily Yeung, HealthSci ’23, is the Residence Society’s (ResSoc) uncontested candidate for President in this year’s elections.Continue...