AMS executive

New AMS Council sets sights on a new year

On Feb. 9, the AMS executive-elect — Tyler Lively, Dave Walker and Carolyn Thompson — announced their newly-hired council of directors and commissioners.Continue...

2016-17 AMS executive team announced

On Feb. 9, the recently elected 2016-17 AMS Executive — Tyler Lively, David Walker and Carolyn Thompson — announced the team of students that will join them as the AMS Executive Team for the following year.Continue...

Letter to the editor: February 11

Re: Student fee policy leaves StuCons hangingContinue...

Team LWT wins AMS executive election by a close margin

Team LWT has officially been elected as the new AMS executive for the 2016-17 school year by a close margin.Continue...

UPDATING: 2016 Student Election Results

As AMS executive, Rector and faculty society polls close tonight 8 p.m. The Journal will be updating this article as results get released.Continue...

Q&A with Team CSG

Journal staff sat down with each of the teams running for AMS executive for a Q&A period.Continue...

Q&A with Team LWT

Journal staff sat down with each of the teams running for AMS executive for a Q&A period.Continue...

Recap: AMS executive candidates' debate

While the first half of AMS Executive debate was relatively tame, the second period became more contentious as candidates disagreed on matters of the environment, pay scales and services.Continue...

AMS hopefuls: thou shalt not lie

There’s a contest going on this week and it’s a contest of endurance between would-be student politicians and everyone else. Over the next week you’re going to be harassed, hustled and harangued by friends and strangers alike who will promise you the moon and ask for your vote.Continue...

AMS executive fall semester in review

This semester hasn’t been all “sunshine and apple pie,” AMS President Kanivanan Chinniah said, but he says he and his team have done their best to play with the cards they were dealt.Continue...

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