On Wednesday night AMS Council met to fill committee seats and hear updates from the executive offices. Here's what you might have missed.
New executives and councillors met for the first time to dissolve the Ad-Hoc Governance Review Committee and appoint a councillor to the CiTR Board of Directors.
When results were announced Kanji said he felt “over the fucking moon.”
After serving two years as an AMS councillor and one year as a student senator, Kamil Kanji is running unopposed to be the next VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA).
During the Great Debate, uncontested VP AUA candidate Kamil Kanji spoke about his goals to increase equity, engagement and was criticized for not mentioning any advocacy towards bettering sexualized violence policies.
Kanji said he believes "very deeply in the power" of student advocacy and would attend protests and ensure the AMS would take the lead on these issues.
UBC's Vancouver Senate met Wednesday night to discuss international agreements, vote on approving new courses and appoint senators to take over responsibilities after the removal of a student senator.
First introduced by the Board of Governors in 2012, HAP was created after a consultation showed housing and affordability were of highest concern for students, faculty and staff.
Last night, AMS Council heard presentations from MNP about the student society’s new financial system, the Elections Administrator about the upcoming AMS elections and President Eshana Bhangu on possible by-law changes.
I am on a one-woman mission. I want to become best friends with Dr. Deborah Buszard. So, I've devised the perfect, foolproof plan.
All three student representatives, as well as faculty governor Marianne Legault and provincially appointed governors Anthonia Ogundele and Alison Brewin opposed the increase.
Erin Co ran on a platform prioritizing financial aid, student wellness and safety, and expanding transit. Seven months into her term, it appears she has been busy working to fulfill her promises.
The AMS is considering a referendum on UBC’s investments after releasing an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report, which outlines options for the AMS to advocate toward UBC to better incorporate ESG principles in their finances and investments.
The AMS’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) yesterday evening was the third in 40 years to reach quorum, with over 900 members attending and successfully passing all its motions.
What the hell is Campus Vision 2050?