Eshana Bhangu, Julia Burnham, Cole Evans, Chris Hakim and Max Holmes are your next student senators-at-large.
“I joke that the worst job in the AMS is the AMS elections administrator.”
"Over the years, the amount of pettiness that I've seen come out of postering — you'd be surprised."
Despite a tendency to abstain in this election, the UBC students who did vote preferred to vote for a familiar face than take a chance on someone new.
VP Administration candidate Andrea M. Hurtado Fuentes was placed in the penalty box on March 12 for "double postering."
But Kullar didn’t follow these penalties until late afternoon on March 11, following a phone call at around 5:50 p.m. with Elections Administrator Halla Bertrand.
Just because the AMS isn’t shouting and stomping down doors doesn’t mean its work isn’t political anymore.
Here are our fact-checks for your candidates for Senate. There are ten of them, so it's a long one.
Here are our fact-checks for your VP Finance candidates.
The fourth-year history student is running on an ambitious platform of economic, climate and social justice, as well as support for mental and sexual wellbeing. With goals that look beyond campus, Latu aims to achieve them by fostering direct democracy at the AMS.
The fourth-year integrated science student and executive director of Kite Vancouver is running on a platform of restructuring the society’s executive team and rebranding AMS services.
The second-year science student is running on a platform mainly composed of improving mental and sexual wellness, sustainability and Indigenous inclusion through education.
Pulling from his experience as AMS VP Administration, the third-year arts student wants to improve policies and initiatives around sexual assault support, affordability, Indigenous inclusion and sustainability.
The fourth-year commerce student is running an extensive platform that aims to improve affordability, mental wellbeing, inclusive land collaborative leadership, transparency and climate justice within the AMS.
Fourth-year finance student Jon Tomalty is running for a promotion to VP Finance on a platform of sustainability, mental health and improved financial access for clubs and constituencies.
Viki Loncar is running to be VP Finance on a platform of transparency, website reform and advocacy for clubs and constituencies.
Calling herself a “very goal-oriented person,” the first-year arts student and the VP finance for the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) views running for the AMS position a natural step.
Alex Okrainetz is hoping to increase transparency, foster community and use her involvement with sustainability initiatives to bring it to the forefront of the VP Administration portfolio.
The third-year chemical engineering student, current residence advisor (RA) and president of the Latin Dance Club stressed that her extensive club experience has provided her with first-hand knowledge around the complications clubs often face when dealing with the VP Administration.