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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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‘I feel the responsibility to share’: Queen’s Hillel kicks off Holocaust Education Week

As part of Holocaust Education Week, the AMS and Queen’s Hillel hosted the ‘Aftermath of the Holocaust: A Student Perspective’ panel on Jan. 24. The event discussed the necessity of paying tribute to the losses suffered by Jewish people during the Holocaust and the intergenerational trauma that continues to affect their families today.

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Team ETC zeroes in on rebuilding student trust

This year’s uncontested candidates for AMS executive, Team ETC, say they’ll put students first.

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AMS releases 2022 EDII commitments report

The AMS released its 2022 EDII Commitments Report in a press release on Jan. 16.Continue...

AMS Charity Month raises $2,500

“I expected support from our community, just not this much support,” AMS Vice President (Operations) Tiana Wong said in an interview with The Journal. Continue...

AMS Fall-in-Review

On Nov. 24, AMS President Zaid Kasim, Vice President of (Operations) Tiana Wong, and Vice President (University Affairs) Ryan Seig sat down with The Journal to reflect on their progress and discuss new initiatives.Continue...

Transparency and accountability is a must for student leadership—and RTZ doesn’t deliver

Student government leaders must be honest and transparent when addressing problems within their institutions—and team RTZ is no exception.Continue...

RTZ addresses ‘cliquey’ culture at November equity town hall

On Nov. 16, the AMS Commissioner of Social Issues and the ASUS Equity Commission jointly hosted an equity town hall. Moderated by Ayden Adeyanju-Jackson, EDII assistant at Yellow House, student leaders from the AMS and faculties responded to equity concerns submitted by the student body.Continue...

AMS discusses EDI framework at November Assembly

On Nov. 18, the AMS gathered for the November Assembly.Continue...

AMS faces backlash from Queen’s clubs on new events sanctioning process

In light of COVID-19, the AMS has introduced mandatory event sanctioning forms for both in-person and online events. Clubs that hold events without AMS approval are at risk of being de-ratified.Continue...

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