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...

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...

Rector and AMS candidates ratified, SMART dissolved

This past Jan. 18, AMS Assembly saw the ratification of several electoral candidates, the approval of referenda and the creation of a JDUC renovation referenda period in February.Continue...

Principal Woolf updates Assembly on JDUC revitalization

AMS Assembly convened on Nov. 16, beginning with updates on the upcoming JDUC revitalization and student involvement in the process.Continue...

AMS Assembly creates new PIP judicial appeals process

On Nov. 2, AMS Assembly debated and passed a motion to create a new judicial appeals board for internal AMS policy infractions called the Policy Infringement Protocol Appeals Board.Continue...

AMS Assembly recap Oct. 19

Discussions of the proposed revitalization of the JDUC and student fees levy imposed by clubs dominated AMS Assembly on Oct. 19.Continue...

AMS will submit statement to KATC regarding proposed Uber bylaws

AMS Assembly met on October 4 to approve of multiple budgets throughout various AMS offices and divisions. The AMS executive also received approval to respond to proposed city bylaws regarding Uber regulation in Kingston.Continue...

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