AMS Assembly

Dissolution of the CEA: unrealistic and irresponsible

On Jan 19, to the dismay of the campus environmental community, the AMS Assembly passed a motion to dissolve the Commission of Environmental Affairs (CEA).Continue...

Exception made for Lockridge prior to final Assembly decision

For AMS Secretariat Miguel Martinez, an unprecedented decision in AMS Assembly was preceded weeks in advance, by a conversation behind office doors. For him, the decision came down to the placement of a comma.Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap Jan. 19

Assembly weighs two options for Fall Term Break layoutContinue...

Updated: AMS executive disband Commission on Environmental Affairs

A motion to dissolve the Commission of Environmental Affairs was passed during AMS Assembly on Jan. 19.Continue...

For AMS Speaker policy changes, timing is everything

A recent push to change the AMS Speaker policy just before the AMS election season seems too hasty.Continue...

Dec. 1 AMS Assembly recap

During a contentious three-hour meeting of AMS assembly, which included a debate over altering the restrictions placed on Speaker Palmer Lockridge, several other new policies were discussed.Continue...

AMS Assembly discusses Bystander Intervention Training

During an unusually short AMS Assembly this Thursday, Vice-President (University Affairs) Carolyn Thompson proposed that everyone in attendance develop a proposal or suggestion regarding their thoughts on Fall Term Break and bring them to the next assembly.Continue...

AMS Assembly debates making Queen’s campus smoke-free

Kicking off this Wednesday’s AMS Assembly in Wallace Hall, guest speaker Swati Naidu from the Ontario Public Health Unit began with an address on the move towards making Queen’s a smoke-free campus.Continue...

AMS Assembly at City Hall sees OUSA visitors

On Oct 5, the annual Town Hall AMS Assembly was held at City Hall in Kingston.Continue...

AMS Assembly addresses TAPS debacle and workplace harassment

Student leaders convene for first official meeting of the yearContinue...

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