Rector

A longstanding tradition

The student rector position at Queen’s makes the University unique amongst other
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Day finally over

Nick Day’s resignation as rector should have happened months ago.Continue...

Rector resigns

On Thursday afternoon, Nick Day stepped down as rector. The announcement came over five months after an AMS referendum called for his removal.Continue...

Owen Crawford-Lem elected 38th Rector

After months of vacancy, Owen Crawford-Lem, ArtSci ’23, has been elected Rector for the 2022-24 term, beating out five opponents: Caitlin Sankaran-Wee, ArtSci ’24, Leo Yang, ArtSci ’25, Sahiba Gulati, ArtSci ’23, William Bruce-Robertson, ArtSci ’25, and Emils Matiss, MA ’22.Continue...

Rector candidates debate in JDUC

The 38th Rector debate took place on Mar. 16 in the JDUC with all six candidates—Caitlin Sankaran-Wee, ArtSci ’24, Leo Yang, ArtSci ‘25, Sahiba Gulati, ArtSci ’23, William Bruce-Robertson, ArtSci ’25, Emils Matiss, MA ’22, and Owen Crawford-Lem, ArtSci ’23—were present.Continue...

AMS president talks year-end accomplishments

The AMS annual general assembly took place Mar. 10 via Teams.Continue...

38th Rector election continues in full swing

Laura Devenny, AMS Secretary of Internal Affairs, and Erica Johnson, Chief Electoral Officer, hosted a Rector info session for interested candidates on Mar. 1. Around eight students expressed interest at the event.Continue...

Rector position to be filled in March despite AMS’ reluctance last semester

In January’s AMS Assembly , AMS secretariat Laura Devenny announced the 38 th Rector election will be held in March, after months of vacancy, with voting scheduled for Mar. 20 to 21.

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Sole rector candidate dropped out Sept. 30

On Oct. 4, the AMS office of the Secretariat announced Rector candidate, Maya Morcos , has succeeded her name from the ballot prior to voting days.Continue...

Rector candidate talks mending relationship with city at open forum

On Sept. 28, the 38 th rector open forum took place with uncontested candidate Maya Morcos, HealthSci ’24. Continue...

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