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...

Alex da Silva elected 36th Rector

Alex da Silva has been voted the next University Rector for the 2018-20 term, beating out opponents Afsheen Chowdhury and Jake Roseman for the position. Da Silva will succeed Cam Yung – who has...Continue...

Three candidates envision the University’s future at Rector debate

On Jan. 24, students, administration and faculty alike gathered in Wallace Hall to witness the all-candidates debate between three third-year students running for the Office of the Rector.Continue...

Rector candidate Afsheen Chowdhury prioritizing cultural change on campus

Ranging from policy adjustments to influencing a substantial cultural change on campus, Rector candidate Afsheen Chowdhury plans, if elected, to enact changes both on a small and large scale.Continue...

Rector candidate Jake Roseman hopes to unify student body

Rector candidate and current Residence Society President, Jake Roseman said he hopes to promote unity throughout the student body if elected for office.Continue...

Rector candidate Alexandra da Silva hopes to augment student voices on campus

In pursuing the role of Rector, Alexandra da Silva wants to further represent student voices on campus.

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Rector all-candidates meeting sees three potential candidates

On Jan. 8, an all-candidates meeting was held in preparation for this month’s University Rector elections. The meeting, which provided information to potential candidates about the election process, saw three students announce their intent to run.Continue...

AMS Executive accused of censoring student voices regarding Bikes and Boards closure

The first AMS Assembly of the 2017-18 school year began on Thursday with criticism against the AMS executive for their response to the closure of Bikes and Boards and continued with ratifying Vice-President (Operations) Chelsea Hollidge, who replaced Brian McKay following his resignation last month.Continue...

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