Survey suggests students don't know if the AMS understands their needs

4 hours from nowLast year, the AMS conducted a survey of UBC students as part of their long-awaited Governance Review. It garnered over 3,500 responses, and highlighted a general lack of knowledge among UBC students about the AMS.

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AMS to lobby province to legislate student housing rights

“Ultimately I was disappointed to hear what they had decided, but really, I attribute it to the structure that they have with student housing,” said Simpson when asked about the decision of the RHA to vote against supporting the AMS campaign.