AMS

All referendum fees successful

The 2014 AMS fall referendum, which took place on Tuesday and Wednesday, saw the highest voter turnout since 1995, according to figures from AMS Information & Policy Officer Greg McKellar.Continue...

Underground meets tough competition

The Underground has made strides to improve, but students aren’t seeing it, according to AMS Vice-President of Operations Justin Reekie.Continue...

AMS fumbles JDUC revitalization

The preliminary stages of the AMS’s JDUC revitalization plan have been poorly executed, and reflect greater failures on the part of the AMS and the University.Continue...

No experience required for the AMS

When Maggie Fisher applied to work at Common Ground in first year, she had no previous experience in the food industry.Continue...

Underground sales sink

According to preliminary figures, the Underground’s sales have sunk since 2013, when it was rebranded from Alfie’s Nightclub.Continue...

Trust at risk

The current administration is not only losing trust in student leadership, but is actively working to curtail this proud tradition.Continue...

Winter exec review

With less than a month left in their term, this year’s AMS executive hope that they have better prepared the AMS for the future.Continue...

Putting the pain in campaign

It’s been about a month since the end of the AMS elections and my time running as the Vice-President (Operations) candidate for
Team SMH.Continue...

New Council hired

The incoming AMS executive team WRL hired its new council
on Sunday.Continue...

WRL wins AMS election

Team WRL won the AMS executive election tonight with approximately 60 per cent of the student vote.Continue...

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