AMS executive election

AMS executive open forum recap

Team AJA, the uncontested AMS executive candidates, fielded questions about sustainability, City relations, and accessibility during an AMS open forum on Jan. 25.

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Team AJA releases unfinished platform, pledging update Friday

Team AJA has released a precursor to their platform, outlining their platform points , to kick off the campaign period on Jan. 20.Continue...

Lacking detailed proposals, Team AJA lays out vision for AMS top job

Student Elections 2019, explained

Follow our special presentation of this year's undergraduate and graduate elections: ...Continue...

AMS executive all-candidates meeting sees minimal turnout and 'lack of engagement'

Traditionally, the AMS all-candidates meeting is where teams of three interested in running for student government executive gather to show their intent to run. However, this Tuesday’s meeting held in Dunning Hall saw only one candidate who remains unsure of her willingness to run, and no opposition.Continue...

AMS' inaccessibility remains a problem

Every year, when election season rolls around, I wonder how candidates prepare to run. This year, I had a taste of that process myself, when I chose to make a bid for Undergraduate Student Trustee. In the end, I chose not to fill out the campaign paperwork, but it wasn’t because I got cold feet. I chose not to run because the entire election process is incredibly inaccessible to the average student.Continue...

2016 AMS & Rector Election

Watch the moment when Team LWT and Rector-elect Cam Yung found out they'd won.Continue...

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