Elections

Exception made for Lockridge prior to final Assembly decision

For AMS Secretariat Miguel Martinez, an unprecedented decision in AMS Assembly was preceded weeks in advance, by a conversation behind office doors. For him, the decision came down to the placement of a comma.Continue...

Palmeri first to serve three terms as Nursing Science Society President

When Alexandra Palmeri took office for her second term as Nursing Science Society (NSS) President last January, she accepted the fact that she would have to retire in 2017.Continue...

Elections Preview: AMS Executive and Undergraduate Student Trustee Candidates

On Jan. 10, hopefuls for four roles met at an All-Candidates Meeting. These seven candidates are awaiting verification during a Jan. 19 AMS Assembly before campaigns can begin.Continue...

Put student apathy in perspective

Apathy about student politics may be concerning, but it isn’t a good way to judge overall apathy.Continue...

Election candidates to be ratified

AMS Assembly will vote to ratify candidates for the upcoming student elections at their first session of the winter semester tonight.Continue...

AMS may alter acclamation policy

Team CBW became the third AMS executive team to be automatically acclaimed earlier this year, but if the Assembly passes changes to election policy, they may be the last.Continue...

SGPS debate sees little conflict or attendance

Monday’s SGPS debate lasted only two hours, seeing very little argument between candidates.Continue...

ComSoc executive elected after six-day delay

After a lengthy delay, the 2015-16 Commerce Society (ComSoc) executive was finally elected on Sunday.Continue...

Campaign Chaos

If you’re planning on running for student government, you may as well plan to sacrifice sleep, school work and any downtime.

Incoming Undergraduate Trustee Jennifer Li lived this...Continue...

Election night

The Journal's photographic coverage of election night.Continue...

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