Referendum

LWT’s final Assembly drags on in debate over Student Activity Fee Policy

In the last Assembly for this year’s AMS executives, Tyler Lively, president, and Dave Walker, vice-president (Operations), faced accusations of being “out of touch” with students, after proposing a motion regarding changes to the Student Activity Fee Policy.Continue...

Golden Words seeks approval during mandatory fee review

After a proposed fee increase was denied in last year’s winter referendum, Engineering Society satire publication Golden Words is noticeably absent from the list of 2017/18 fee increase bids.Continue...

AMS Assembly Recap Jan. 19

Assembly weighs two options for Fall Term Break layoutContinue...

All fees pass in fall referendum

All fees on the ballot of the AMS’s fall referendum passed with 22 per cent of Queen’s undergraduate students participating in the online vote, the AMS announced on Thursday.Continue...

AMS Assembly addresses TAPS debacle and workplace harassment

Student leaders convene for first official meeting of the yearContinue...

Student fee policy leaves StuCons hanging

Democracy is usually the best policy, but the AMS shot themselves in the foot when they made referendums the only avenue for passing fees.Continue...

Rejected fee adds to StuCon troubles

A taxing work environment makes Student Constables one of the most difficult AMS jobs to recruit for.Continue...

Student Constables and Golden Words denied fee increases in referendum

Along with the exhilaration of AMS executive and Rector elections came an unfortunate announcement for Student Constables and Golden Words staff.Continue...

AMS referendum decision lacks transparency

When they decided to nullify the fall referendum results, the AMS didn’t just decide the fate of the election — student input was tossed out the window as well.Continue...

Assembly passes stricter referendum rules

Issues of student fees and the nullification of the fall referendum were on the table at AMS assembly Thursday night.Continue...

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