When Croatia scored an equalizer a few minutes later, the bar erupted in cheers. That’s when I found out that I managed to find the town’s English pub and the only bar in the whole city cheering against France.
AMS President Marium Hamid, who campaigned on a promise to revamp the website, said the new website is expected to be launched on August 27.
Prior to this appointment, Peter Smailes has served as the interim VP since former VP Finance and Operations Andrew Simpson left the position in January 2018.
Three UBC faculty have recently been named members of the Order of Canada, “one of [the] country’s highest civilian honours.”
The lineup was announced by AMS Events in a video posted to their Facebook page.
The Indian Residential School History & Dialogue Centre strives to act as a nexus in the discussion and process of healing and reconciliation for survivors of the residential school system. The book launch for Speaking My Truth represents a step in the long road towards reconciliation at UBC.
With all episodes available online, Carving Space tackles a variety of Indigenous-centred topics including feminism, poetry, healthcare, and student life.
Vancouverites don’t need a time turner to thumb through a first edition printing of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Instead, any muggle or wizard can head down to the basement of Irving K. Barber Library to see the book themselves.
The good weather only lasts so long here in Vancouver, so why not go beyond the gym for some exercise?
Here are a few suggestions for you to check off your hiking bucket list — just be sure you are well prepared with the proper gear before you go.
The GoFundMe’s fundraising goal of $22,000 is aimed at fighting the charges laid against Moore-Williams — jaywalking and obstruction of justice.
I have no idea what it’s like to have the Cup come home, but now I know what serious anticipation and nerves around that feel like.
"As such, we have decided to focus SASC on education, outreach, advocacy and an integral role in ongoing assistance for AMS human resources, clubs and constituencies’ responses to sexual violence."
"Within any community, it is vital that survivors of sexual violence are provided with the choice to access grassroots, peer-driven support services - services which are all too often underfunded and unrecognized - along with those that are run by institutional or state representatives."
"This council meeting will get the chance to look over a presentation on the final budget."
Ono quickly backpedaled, copying and pasting Simpson’s correction without adding anything of his own— and without addressing the questions raised by the series, for which he declined to be interviewed.
The Ubyssey interviewed seven self-identified conservative UBC students in an effort to understand what conservatism looks like at UBC.
Kesler sits in the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre — a building dedicated to discussing the legacy of schools like the one his mother was forced into.
Amidst talks of implementation, Policy 131 is also up for its first review, which UBC committed to conduct one year after the policy came into effect and then every three years following.
“It really is a failure that we are now a year into this policy, and I don’t think that we’re better off from when we passed the policy.” So what went wrong?
“Approximately two billion phones are sold per year, and in 2016, the amount of e-waste in the landfills was approximately 46 million tonnes. There is a four per cent e-waste growth rate, which is highly concerning.”
According to Johnson, the discoveries scientists hope to make about Mars using the mission data could prove invaluable for better understanding some of earth’s early history.
“We hope that [the project] makes their visits here more comfortable, more educational and more inspirational.”
“We want to create someone who understands science, but also understands the social, political and financial implications of developing this green economy,” said Avramidis.