JDUC

Senate recap Feb. 27

On Feb. 27, Senate passed four new degree and certificate programs, with modifications to two existing degree programs.Continue...

AMS, SGPS to return to drawing board for JDUC revitalization funding

Although AMS President Jennifer Li said she’s disappointed about the unsuccessful JDUC referendum vote, she told The Journal that “the project is not at a standstill.”Continue...

JDUC revitalization student fee fails at AMS Special Referendum, passes at SGPS level

After a year of consulting students and a week-long campaign, the AMS and SGPS have to go back to the drawing board to find another way to secure student support for the proposed JDUC revitalization project.Continue...

Students to vote on fee for JDUC revitalization in special referendum

On Feb. 12 and 13, students will have the opportunity to vote in a special referendum either for or against a student fee that would fund the JDUC revitalization project.Continue...

University update on capital projects

At Tuesday’s Senate meeting, Vice-Principal (Finance and Administration) Donna Janiec presented an update on the current and planned capital projects undertaken by the University. According to her, this is the “first time in a number of years” Senate has received any such update.Continue...

It’s time for a new JDUC. It’s time to vote yes

After years of negotiations and hard work, the AMS has finally secured a historic agreement with the University to redevelop the JDUC.Continue...

Society of Graduate and Professional Students shares completed & ongoing projects

For Society of Graduate and Professional Students President Adam Grotsky, it’s been a busy five months in office.Continue...

Principal Woolf updates Assembly on JDUC revitalization

AMS Assembly convened on Nov. 16, beginning with updates on the upcoming JDUC revitalization and student involvement in the process.Continue...

Students invited to give input for future JDUC designs

After five months of consultations with students and the University about a potential redevelopment of the JDUC, the AMS launched a website on Monday inviting students to provide suggestions for the future building’s design.Continue...

AMS Assembly recap Oct. 19

Discussions of the proposed revitalization of the JDUC and student fees levy imposed by clubs dominated AMS Assembly on Oct. 19.Continue...

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