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Kingston mayor comments on $750,000 contribution from Queen’s

On Feb. 24, Queen’s announced a contribution of $750,000 to the City of Kingsto n, which will be paid in installments for the next five years.Continue...

February AMS Assembly sees services moving from JDUC to LaSalle

AMS Assembly convened Feb. 17 to discuss some services’ move to the LaSalle building, Orientation Week for the upcoming year, managing partying on St. Patrick’s Day, and the upcoming rector election.Continue...

AMS VPUA petitions to bring back full O-Week

A petition to “ bring back Orientation WEEK ” is gaining traction among Queen’s students.Continue...

To make a difference, the AMS must better support their leaders

Making students care about student politics has been especially difficult as of late.Continue...

AMS services moving to LaSalle in early March

AMS services and offices are planning to move to temporary locations ahead of the JDUC revitalization renovations, a project slated to start in May 2022.Continue...

'Everything counts': Team ETC voted next AMS executives

As voting closed Wednesday, the AMS election saw an 11.5 per cent voter turnout.Continue...

Mandatory Bus-it fee passes at AMS Winter Referendum

On Feb. 1 and 2, Queen’s students cast their electronic ballots for the AMS winter referendum.Continue...

Student Advocacy Summit hosted by AMS

On Jan. 29, the Student Advocacy Summit was held for the first time in years. Various branches of the AMS collaborated to hold the event, which aimed to facilitate engagement between the student government and the Queen’s community.Continue...

Team ETC takes audience questions at open forum

On Jan. 27, the AMS held their executive candidate open forum for uncontested Team ETC.

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Rector position to be filled in March despite AMS’ reluctance last semester

In January’s AMS Assembly , AMS secretariat Laura Devenny announced the 38 th Rector election will be held in March, after months of vacancy, with voting scheduled for Mar. 20 to 21.

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