The AMS is planning to replace its financial system in order to solve the society’s long-standing woes with reimbursing people in a timely manner.
Between the Motions
A recap of the most important takeaways from AMS Council.
Last night, AMS Council met to discuss the society’s strategic plan and the development of a sensory room in the Life Building for neurodiverse students.
In the first Council meeting of the term, councillors had a lengthy discussion on developing an AMS Strategic Plan and vaccination requirements within the society and the Nest.
Board of Governors representative Max Holmes pushed AMS executives on what they’ve been doing to address the drug poisoning crisis.
Last night, AMS Council met over Zoom to discuss modifications to student government elections and a budget deficit amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
AMS Council met on Wednesday night for its last meeting of 2020 to discuss next year’s elections, student services usage this term and the society’s financial statements from 2019/20.
AMS Council met last night over Zoom to discuss the new ethics and accountability committee, VP External Kalith Nanayakkara’s apparent conflict of interest and recent allegations of cheating in MATH 100.
AMS councillors met over Zoom to discuss the climate emergency, Proctorio and a new housing service.
Proposed bylaw changes and an affiliate college ad hoc committee — everything you need to know from yesterday’s AMS Council meeting.
Here’s what you need to know from last night’s AMS Council meeting.
AMS Council met for its first virtual meeting of the semester last night. Here’s what you missed.
Councillors discussed the new AMS equity planning process, student housing, the U-Pass resumption and CampusBase's privacy issues at last night's AMS Council meeting.
AMS Council met virtually for its first August meeting last night, discussing UBC funding allocation, the replacement to Clubhouse and advocacy updates.
Councillors passed simple consent agenda budget changes, while also discussing student services priorities and sustainability priorities for the year, along with a continuation of the University Neighbourhood Association (UNA) saga.
Councillors urged executives to be better than their predecessors at virtual AMS Council on Wednesday, June 24.
This month’s first AMS Council meeting had councillors discussing the creation of a strategic plan, representation at the University Neighbourhoods Association and the resumption of the U-Pass program.
The Zoom call was packed as around 50 participants sat through 6 hours of discussions at last night’s virtual AMS Council meeting.
Councillors discussed budgeting for the 2020/21 school year in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, called a vote of censure on current VP Administration and President-Elect Cole Evans and approved the suspension of U-Pass for the time being.
Councillors sped through discussion of the health and dental plan and how the AMS is responding to COVID-19.