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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...

Student group and AMS push for period accessibility

To enhance accessibility to period products on campus and education about menstruation, Queen’s Period implemented its “take one, leave one” campaign this fall.Continue...

AMS Fall in Review

As the fall semester draws to a close, The Journal sat down with the AMS executive team to review the status of the goals outlined in their September platform.

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AMS raises nearly $3,000 for Students for Students

In the month of October, AMS services raised nearly $3,000 for Students for Students (SFS), a student-run organization dedicated to raising funds for low-income students in the wake of provincial assistance cuts.Continue...

Most fees pass in AMS Fall Referendum

Queen’s students took to the electronic ballot box between Oct. 22 and 23 for the AMS Fall Referendum and the ASUS Fall By-Election. The results saw nearly all fees passed and the election of five ASUS representatives.Continue...

University moves forward with plan to limit shots at campus pubs

Updated for the first time since 2012, the University has published a draft of the campus alcohol policy, which currently seeks to limit the consumption of shots at campus pubs and during popular drinking periods like Homecoming and St. Patrick’s Day.Continue...

AMS pursuing a medical amnesty policy

Officially announced at AMS Assembly on Sept. 19, the Society will pursue a policy of medical amnesty for Queen’s students who report substance-related medical emergencies to authorities.Continue...

Inside the AMS's push to divest

The AMS announced on Monday it had completely divested from holdings in companies that produce, transport, and dispense fossil fuels, becoming the first student government in Ontario to do so.Continue...

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