AMS elections

Mike Blair prioritizes student safety

If you asked Undergraduate Student Trustee candidate Mike Blair what one of the most important issues that Queen’s needs to address is, he would say student safety.Continue...

Team CBW holds first of two public forums

The first of two public forums for the incoming AMS executive-elect, Team CBW, was held Monday evening in the lower ceilidh of the JDUC.Continue...

VPUA debate tackles platform feasibility

Today’s vice-president (university affairs) debate focused on the feasibility of each AMS team’s platform.Continue...

Vice-President of Operations-elect resigns

Green alleges teammates demanded his resignation or face a vote of non-confidence at AMS Assembly.Continue...

Aulthouse the next undergraduate student trustee

Andrew Aulthouse has won the undergraduate student trustee election with 53 per cent of the vote on the first ballot.Continue...

AMS election endorsement: How it works

The editors in chief explain how the Journal's AMS election endorsement works.Continue...

On the campaign trail

Behind the scenes with teams BGP, PDA and TNL.Continue...

QJPolitics: Berkok stays above the fray

David Hadwen is the Journal’s political columnist and will be offering his personal insight on the AMS elections. Hadwen is a fourth-year history student and is not part of the Journal’s...Continue...

Bridge divides candidates

The revitalization of the JDUC was thrust to the forefront of Wednesday night’s AMS vice-president of operations debate.Continue...

QJPolitics: Draeger dominates debate

David Hadwen is the Journal’s political columnist and will be offering his personal insight on the AMS elections. Hadwen is a fourth-year history student and is not part of the Journal’s...Continue...

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