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AJW voted next AMS executive

As voting closed Tuesday, a 30.1 per cent turnout rate elected next year’s student leaders.

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SGPS presidential debate recap

Presidential candidates faced off at the executive open forum on Friday for their final confrontation before the Jan. 28 to 29 elections.Continue...

‘More questions than answers’: student governments parse OSAP changes

As the structure of Ontario’s university finances changes, the AMS and SGPS are in the dark on the specifics.Continue...

SGPS, United Way drive asks for clothes, non-perishables

A winter clothes and non-perishables drive from the SGPS and AMS Student United Way Committee ends this month.Continue...

SGPS holding second presidential election Mar. 12 and 13

A second campaigning period for the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) presidential candidates is in full swing following a Feb. 8 decision to nullify the original election results.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...

SGPS presidential re-election scheduled for March

After the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) presidential election results were nullified on Feb. 8, the SGPS council moved on Feb. 13 to commence a second election period in March.Continue...

Update: SGPS Judicial Committee explains nullification of presidential elections in statement

On Feb. 8, SGPS President Adam Grotsky criticized the society’s Judicial Committee for their lack of transparency in a decision to nullify their presidential elections, which had taken place on Jan. 29 and 30. He called for the committee to release an explanation for their decision and on Feb. 9, they responded.

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SGPS presidential election results nullified by Judicial Committee

In a statement released Feb. 7, the SGPS Judicial Committee announced the nullification of the Presidential election results. The committee said in the statement, “no other election or referenda questions are affected by this decision.”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...

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