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Salary increase in the works for AMS

The AMS is looking to raise its AMS-specific fee of $70.74 in an effort to increase wages for full-time staff.Continue...

Office budget projects deficit

The AMS General Office Budget for the 2013-14 year was released at AMS Assembly last Thursday, with projections indicating an increased deficit compared to
last year.Continue...

TAPS looks to boost club’s popularity

With the Underground facing mounting financial pressures, students have a mixed opinion on the rebranded nightclub.Continue...

Realignment appeal successful

The AMS, the Sydenham District Association (SDA) and law student Kevin Wiener have successfully appealed City Council’s electoral boundary realignment bylaw.Continue...

Referendum reformation

Fall Referendum results were released last Wednesday with a remarkably low voter turnout of 15.8 per cent. There is plenty of blame to go around for this dismally low number, but the AMS is the primary culprit.Continue...

Fall Referendum results announced

Official Fall Referendum results were released on Wednesday, determining the financial future of many clubs.Continue...

CFRC in limbo

Nearly two years since CFRC 101.9 FM announced its decision to split from the AMS next April, its long-term financial security remains uncertain.Continue...

AMS raises concerns on enrolment plans

The AMS is calling for the University to hold off on increasing enrolment, according to a report passed at a special AMS Assembly on Saturday.Continue...

New director hired

The AMS has instated a new managerial position to oversee its operations.Continue...

Students take on City and province

Queen’s students are fighting back against City Council after its members voted in favour of a bylaw which will realign the city’s electoral districts.Continue...

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