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Services adapting to expansion

In the third installment of the news team’s examination of AMS finances, Common Ground and TAPS are put under the magnifying glass.Continue...

Reducing retail deficit

Tricolour Outlet and the Publishing and Copy Centre improve on financial shortcomings.Continue...

What?

From discussion surrounding Rector Nick Day’s letter and the special vote that took place, to the Alpine Tower controversy at the ASUS Annual General Meeting (AGM), to a motion for AMS to rent a bouncy castle with dancing unicorns and rainbows, I wonder; has this campus gone insane?Continue...

AMS terminates Social Issues Commissioner

The AMS terminated the 2022-23 AMS Social Issues Commissioner (SIC) leading into the Canada Day long weekend.Continue...

Queen’s students deserve paper and digital ballots

11.5 per cent—that’s the proportion of students who decided the fate of near $20 million budget.Continue...

Orientation Week concert returns with surprise performers

Surprise performers will welcome incoming first-year students to Queen’s in the return of the Orientation Week concert this September.Continue...

Queen’s Commerce Dean implementing one-drink alcohol policy

Smith School of Business is moving towards a one-drink policy at Smith sanctioned events.Continue...

Uncovering leaders: the experiences of the undergraduate trustee

Queen’s Undergraduate Trustee Jaya Sharma, HealthSci ’24, plans to utilize her position in student government to its full potential.Continue...

AMS Assembly reports missing key members

Certain faculty societies did not submit monthly reports to AMS Assembly last year outlining the work their executive leadership undertook.Continue...

Incoming AMS executives attend transition assembly

On Apr. 7, the AMS held its transition Assembly in person for the first time in two years. Assembly convened in the Rose Event Commons room in Mitchell Hall. The event was also streamed virtually, with individuals participating through Teams.Continue...

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