Asus

'This is just a start': AMS, ASUS donate $1,000 in support of Black lives

The AMS and the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) each announced they had donated $1,000 to organizations supporting Black lives on June 3.Continue...

Kingston post-secondary students receive fresh food boxes through nationwide program

The Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) has collaborated with Meal Exchange to secure fresh food boxes for students across the Kingston community.Continue...

ASUS hires first equity and sustainability director

ASUS has hired four new positions for the 2020-21 year, including the first equity and sustainability director (ESD), Caitlin Hayes.Continue...

Arts and Science Faculty Board rejects 2021-22 academic calendar

At a Nov. 8 Arts and Science Faculty Board meeting, a motion to approve the 2021-22 academic calendar year was rejected.Continue...

AJW voted next AMS executive

As voting closed Tuesday, a 30.1 per cent turnout rate elected next year’s student leaders.

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New election policies released for ASUS elections

In the spring of 2018, ASUS made substantial changes to its policy to be implemented during this month’s society election season.Continue...

Undergraduate Orientation Review Working Group releases final report

Following a six-month consultation period with faculties and students across the board at the University, the Undergraduate Orientation Review Working Group (UORWG) released their final report on Mar. 1.Continue...

News in Brief

Federal, provincial governments contributing nearly $78 million for public transit

On Mar. 16, provincial and federal funding to expand Kingston’s public transit systems was announced by MPP...Continue...

Team Harmz and Gurj hope to make ASUS accessible to all students

As executive candidates in this year’s ASUS election, Team Harmz & Gurj believe they represent a catalyst for greater transparency and inclusivity in the ASUS governing body.Continue...

Executive Team Sagal & Alissa aiming for a unified ASUS

This year’s ASUS election sees a pair of third year students looking to draw on extensive student government and leadership experience in their bid for ASUS executive.Continue...

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