AMS elections

PEC now open for use

The future of the Physical Education Centre (PEC) is under discussion after the three gyms at the Centre were reopened last week.Continue...

Journal endorses GPP by single vote

Team GPP won the Journal’s endorsement by one vote.

Presidential candidate Rico Garcia, vice-presidential candidate of operations Duncan Peterson and vice-presidential candidate of university affairs T.K. Pritchard form a well-rounded, cohesive team.Continue...

JDUC a focus for candidates

The three executive team hopefuls have differing views on what the $1.2 million going towards JDUC renovations should be used for.Continue...

Executive candidates talk shop

Features takes a look at the candidates running for next year's AMS executive.Continue...

Team ETC can push the AMS forward—but they must be willing to learn on the job

As COVID-19 continues to leave students standing on shaky ground, undergraduate students at Queen’s need clear communication and support from their leaders.Continue...

With the AMS facing steep challenges, Team RTZ is ready to lead

The AMS executive positions demand Queen’s top student leaders: people who not only have a baseline knowledge of the AMS, but the energy and determination to fix the mistakes of past executive teams. These were the qualities The Journal Editorial Board looked for in the next AMS leaders.Continue...

Live updates: AMS Executive and Undergraduate Trustee debate night

Need help breaking down the debates? The Journal has you covered. Splitscreen with the debate live stream and follow along for instant updates and analysis.

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Uncontested elections and student engagement go hand in hand

Uncontested elections are bad for democracy, which is why we must address their prevalence here at Queen’s sooner rather than later.Continue...

How to run in AMS elections

Each winter, Queen's student body elects its AMS Executive. For the past...Continue...

The downward trend in student engagement matters

Student engagement has been trending downward for the last 10 years.

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