ResSoc

ResSoc elections sees all candidates winning, uncontested

In an uncontested election for the Residence Society (ResSoc), all candidates were elected to their respective positions. The results were announced in a ceremony in Ban Righ Hall on Tuesday.Continue...

Candidates run uncontested in Residence Society election

Teagan Shuck, Alison Wong, and Nathan Beckner-Stetson are running uncontested in the 2023 Residence Society (ResSoc) election, which is happening on Jan. 23. Three positions are up for grabs: President, Vice-President (Residence Operations), and Vice-President (Society Operations).

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ResSoc candidates debate in uncontested election

Students running for Residence Society (ResSoc) positions debated in the uncontested election held at Ban Righ fireside on Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. Each candidate is running for a ResSoc position for the 2023-24 school year.Continue...

AMS Assembly reports missing key members

Certain faculty societies did not submit monthly reports to AMS Assembly last year outlining the work their executive leadership undertook.Continue...

Emily Yeung elected ResSoc President

On Jan. 25, Residence Society (ResSoc) President Roshael Chellappah announced over Zoom that Emily Yeung, HealthSci ’23 , was voted incoming ResSoc President for the 2022-23 year.Continue...

Uncontested ResSoc Presidential candidate discusses platform at open forum

The Residence Society (ResSoc) Presidential Forum, held on Jan. 20, saw sole Presidential candidate Emily Yeung, HealthSci ’23 , answer questions about her platform. The open forum was moderated by current ResSoc President Roshael Chellapah and Chief Electoral Officer Caitlin Sankaran-Wee.Continue...

Emily Yeung talks vision as sole ResSoc presidential candidate

Emily Yeung, HealthSci ’23, is the Residence Society’s (ResSoc) uncontested candidate for President in this year’s elections.Continue...

Jared Fernyc voted next ResSoc Vice President of Residential Affairs

As voting closed Wednesday night, Jared Fernyc was elected the Residence Society’s (ResSoc) incoming Vice-President of Residential Affairs (VPRA).Continue...

Student-founded platform fundraises for Indigenous charity

A Queen’s master’s student and residence don have started an online platform to sell face masks designed by Indigenous artists.Continue...

Residence Society hosts open forum with Jared Fernyc

The Residence Society (ResSoc) held an open forum Sunday night on Zoom where Jared Fernyc, the sole candidate running for the position of Vice-President of Residential Affairs (VPRA), highlighted his platform and plans to build on current ResSoc programming.Continue...

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