You believe the frail, wide-eyed, cold dust covered little lad inside the Martha Piper fountain is another pre-finals induced hallucination. But still, you approach it slowly, about to offer your puffer to the poor soaking and freezing thing.
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Caguiat ran a platform of Nest accessibility, increased club engagement and sustainability.
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Anvi Kumar is a fourth-year psychology student running for VP Administration on a platform of student visibility and inclusivity.
Candidates expressed similar ideas on Nest accessibility, but some candidates fell short on policy knowledge at the Great Debate on Friday.
VP administration candidates Anuoluwapo Awotunde, Chayan Lu, Jake Sawatzky and Ian Caguiat generally agreed on improving club communications, but clashed on approaches to space allocation at last night’s debate.
This year has been busy for AMS President Eshana Bhangu.
So far this year, the AMS has seen three different people serving as VP finance — former VP finance Rita Jin, President Eshana Bhangu as interim and current VP Finance Lawrence Liu — as the AMS faces a projected $1.25 million deficit.
According to a quarterly report released by the AMS, the Firstweek kits ended up being the biggest expense for Firstweek, with only 81 kits sold. Each kit was originally priced at $49.50.
Last night, a short AMS Council meeting touched on the AMS's Annual General Meeting (AGM) updates and student advocacy plans.
The move will likely take place in term two, with new food outlets opening in the current Blue Chip location at the start of the next academic year.