AMS Assembly

Special committee to begin AMS service TAPS investigation

In response to the TAPS training week incident labelled as ‘hazing’ that occurred in late August, the TAPS Special Committee tasked with investigating has finalized their terms of reference for conducting its investigation.Continue...

Assembly accessibility atrophies apathy

Different perspectives on the AGM and AMS policies.Continue...

A breach of students’ trust

Students should be saddened by the news that former AMS Vice-President of Operations-elect Peter Green has resigned, they should also be angry about the excuse for process that his former colleagues have chosen for his replacement.Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap: Nov. 29

AMS Assembly voted on Thursday to call a special referendum for a JDUC redevelopment fee in January.Continue...

AMS Assembly passes external investigation into President Martinez

AMS Assembly voted this Thursday for an external party to investigate former Judicial Affairs Manager Brandon Tyrrell’s allegations against AMS President Miguel Martinez.Continue...

AMS Assembly hosts architect working group

In an assembly last night, the AMS held a roundtable of the architects designing the JDUC redevelopment project.Continue...

Mayor, University defend safety initiative amid controversy

At AMS Assembly held last Thursday, Mayor Bryan Paterson and then-Acting Principal Tom Harris defended the University District Safety Initiative to attendees.Continue...

AMS seeks JDUC architect before vote

On Thursday night, AMS Assembly met in Wallace Hall for its first meeting of the academic year.Continue...

Incoming AMS Assembly recap

On Apr. 9, the incoming AMS assembly met for the first time in Wallace Hall. During the assembly, the incoming 2018-2019 AMS Executive explained their priorities for the upcoming summer months.Continue...

Live tweet updates: AMS Special Assembly

Couldn't make it to Assembly tonight? The Journal has you covered.Continue...

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