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AMS considers changing its mandate in first Assembly of 2021-22 school year

Described as “pivotal” by AMS President Zaid Kasim, the AMS held its first Assembly of the summer on May 20.Continue...

‘The best shot that they could’: AMS Year in Review

As their term comes to a close, The Journal sat down with Team AJA to reflect on their experiences as AMS executive in the 2020-21 year.

Jared den Otter, AMS president, Alexia Henriques,...Continue...

ASUS hires new General Manager as part of ASUS 130 reform

As part of its ASUS 130 initiatives, the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) has revamped its permanent staff position to implement a General Manager.Continue...

ASUS becomes ASSES for April Fool’s Day

For April Fool’s Day, the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) played the biggest prank of all: a fake rebranding.Continue...

AMS Assembly: Queen’s to be back in “full-gear” by September

AMS Assembly met Thursday evening on Zoom to discuss the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA), ratify commissioners, and hear from special guest speaker, Dr. David Walker....Continue...

Nursing Society implements virtual wellness group for nursing students

The Nursing Science Society (NSS) has introduced a new avenue for nursing students to connect with one another on the topic of wellness.Continue...

Good Times Diner launches educational speaker series

ASUS Good Times Diner has resumed normal operations post-lockdown, sharing Sunday night take-out meals with students and individuals across the community from its kitchen in Chalmer’s United Church.Continue...

AMS services reopen for business

Three weeks after the province-wide lockdown was lifted and Kingston entered the green zone, some AMS services are set to reopen.Continue...

Project to bring more green spaces to campus

Students can expect to see more green spaces on campus next year.Continue...

Team RTZ announces 2021-22 Senior Management team

The incoming AMS executive team has completed hiring for the 2021-22 AMS Senior Management team.Continue...

AMS restructure creates new job opportunities for students

The AMS restructured its internal operations and application process this year to provide more equitable and productive student opportunities.Continue...

February Assembly: AMS discusses revisions for Student Code of Conduct

AMS Assembly gathered Thursday over Zoom to discuss service reopening, University policy revisions, and the AMS transition period.Continue...

AMS Services to gradually reopen

As Kingston businesses get the green light to reopen under adjusted COVID-19 guidelines, the AMS said its on-campus services will be gradually reopening.Continue...

Bus-It Program terminated for 2021-22 academic year

Thanks to COVID-19, the traditional AMS Bus-It Program has been scrapped for another year.Continue...

At AMS Assembly, Principal Deane answers questions about JDUC redevelopment

The AMS was joined by Principal Patrick Deane at a special meeting of its Assembly last Thursday to learn more about The Conversation and the semester ahead.Continue...

Rector equity grant provides $1,800 in funding

The Office of the Rector Equity Partnership Grant has been distributed to three equity groups on campus.Continue...

AMS Assembly: Assembly renews membership with OUSA

AMS Assembly gathered Friday over Zoom to discuss club fees, University operations, and its affiliation with the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA).

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ASUS seeks increased student fees to fund ASUS 130 proposals

Students can expect to see a proposed ASUS fee increase on their referendum ticket this coming February.Continue...

News in Brief: Student fee reimbursements after adjustments made

The AMS has readjusted certain student ancillary fees to reflect service operations during the ongoing pandemic.Continue...

EngSoc hopefuls debate rebuilding process after COVID-19

Candidates for the Engineering Society’s (EngSoc) Vice-President (Operations) and Junior Senator positions went head-to-head in a debate hosted Tuesday night on Zoom. Continue...

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