Of the four referenda on the ballot this year, only the fee increase for the Bike Kitchen failed to pass. While it achieved a slim majority, it did not receive the necessary votes to make quorum.
This year, 10,329 students voted in AMS elections — the highest turnout in three years.
Dana Turdy is your next AMS VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA).
Dana Turdy is looking to build on her experience in the AMS as the next VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA) on a platform focused on student engagement, affordability and equity.
Anisha Sandhu is running to become VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA) on a platform of affordability and engagement.
After serving a year as AMS councillor for the faculty of Arts, second-year student Kamil Kanji is looking to become the next VP Academic and University Affairs (VPAUA).
Anushreya Arora is a first-year Sauder student running to become the next VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA) on a platform of transparency and inclusivity.
The four candidates vying to become VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA) met last night to debate issues such as student safety, tuition consultation and the AMS’s role in publicly challenging UBC.
The four candidates for VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA) discussed many issues including affordability, support for Black students and the toxic drug crisis during the first debate last night.
Shoaib called the meeting an “operational mistake'' and said, “[UCRU] deeply apologizes and I deeply apologize for taking this meeting. It was a mistake."
Here are some strategies to use when they don’t understand that averting eye contact and keeping your headphones on means you don’t want to talk.
AMS Council met over Zoom on Wednesday night to discuss potential referendum questions for its upcoming elections and the results of its unsuccessful campaign to elect students to the University Neighbourhood Association’s (UNA) board in November.
On Wednesday evening, AMS Council met for the first time in 2022, returning to a virtual format amid the spread of the Omicron variant.
The fire response committee told students to come back to Vancouver after the break and wait a week or two until the fire got a little less hot.
Midway through his term, Evans has seen successes in areas such as COVID-19 advocacy and the AMS strategic plan — while a great deal of work remains to be finished.