AMS

Putting money where media is

The AMS Annual General Meeting (AGM) Tuesday night saw three Queen’s media services fight for funding from the student body.Continue...

Results released

The AMS executive election and Winter Referendum saw a 33 per cent voter turnout. Of the 10
opt-outable fees on the ballot, only one was unsuccessful.Continue...

Candidates talk AMS commissions

Both AMS executive teams have promised to make changes to commissions, with both addressing efficiency within the AMS.Continue...

Rector debate

Yesterday’s debate between the rector candidates Aman Partap, ArtSci ’17, Marcus Threndyle, ArtSci ’16, and Mike Young, ConEd ’15, focused on student mental health and wellness.Continue...

VP Ops candidates talk services

Tuesday evening’s AMS vice president of operations debate narrowed in on the management of AMS services and their budgets.Continue...

VPUA debate tackles platform feasibility

Today’s vice-president (university affairs) debate focused on the feasibility of each AMS team’s platform.Continue...

Student input a focus for Team WRL

Team WRL promises to bring discounted VIA rail tickets, two new services to the JDUC and gluten-free options to the Brew if elected.Continue...

Team SMH takes realistic approach

An AMS executive team should be realistic, according to Team SMH.Continue...

Five student clubs lose opt-out fees

Five student groups lost their AMS funding this week after either failing to pick up their installment of their student fee or violating AMS club policy.Continue...

Discipline defended

The AMS is advising students to be wary if they receive emails from the Office of Student Affairs requesting to meet.Continue...

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