Following a surge in COVID-19 cases in India and Pakistan, the Canadian government implemented flight bans on travel between Canada and these countries at the end of April for 30 days.
The 2021 federal and provincial budgets promise new investments in and support for post-secondary students in economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, some grad students feel they’ve been overlooked.
While the AMS saw privacy breaches through its student engagement platform CampusBase last year, Evans said students’ information is safe.
On Sunday evening, the site, studentaidbc.ca, was replaced with a black screen with green text, seeming to be links to a group of hackers’ profiles on a Persian-language webpage.
Although most people are desperate for life to return to the status-quo, disabled creators are hopeful we won’t leave every pandemic-induced adaptation behind.
The event inspired me but also made me realise how little I really know about our world and the struggles of its people. It made me trust in the power of community and togetherness and realise that the mere possibility of a brighter imagined future should and will stir people to action.
Frustrated by the lack of guidance for trans and nonbinary students at UBC, arts students Britt Runeckles and Darcy Bandeen created their own guide.
Following International Women’s Month, UBC students shared their experiences on campus, their passions and what safety means to them.
After two seasons with the Thunderbirds including one Canada West title, Jadon Cohee made the jump to playing professional basketball overseas with Mgzavrebi-Armia Tbilisia of the Georgia Superleague. More recently, Cohee was chosen to be a part of Canada’s senior national team and will be set to compete at the FIBA Americup in 2022.
From 2004 through 2008, McGuinness led the women’s team to three CIS National Championships while also accumulating 2,523 points along the way, which is still the most amount of points a single player has scored over their career in UBC’s history.
Now retired from flipping and flying, former Stanford gymnast Hailee Hoffman is continuing her academic journey as a Master’s student in mechanical engineering here at UBC.
The UBC Men’s Football team continues with five players being invited to participate in the CFL Virtual Draft Combine.
"When no one responds to emails, when nothing gets delivered and collaborations have all dried up, there just isn’t work to do."
If you’re one of my fellow grads, the road ahead is, in a word, fucking terrifying.
The numbers don’t lie. And they spell shrooms.
The app was created by a clinical psychologist who used the basic principles of an evidence-based treatment called dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). It teaches skills to help you cope during a crisis.
Mirroring archival photos, Ubyssey photographer Zubair Hirji visited parts of UBC's Point Grey campus to photograph the changes in its landscape over the years.
We asked four UBC students, past and present, about their clothing choices and how those choices have informed and been influenced by their gender identities.
Three individual stories of migrants at UBC and how they have preserved parts of their national identity, despite being oceans away from home.
Dating apps are simultaneously terrible and incredibly addicting.
Currently, the computer science department at UBC has no requirements to include ethical reasoning and implications of tech in the computer science curriculum.
We asked you to examine a consequence of bioengineering, whether it be about clones to genetic engineering to a weird semi-sentient vine that’s attached to a cybernetic enhancement.
The bird stares back up at us, but with that dead, shiny look. I pull Sam away ‘cause he’s fixing to touch it with his chubby little hands.
I didn’t want the government’s blood money. But in the end, I don’t think there was anything I could have said to keep you home.
Six months after its launch, here’s how the Indigenous Strategic Plan is going.
Here, we explore the stories of the many people who worked to build new systems for supporting survivors of sexual violence, shifting anti-violence rhetoric into pro-survivor spaces.
One major goal of the process is to make admissions fair for everyone, but how can existing societal biases be acknowledged and mitigated in decision-making?
The Board is one of UBC’s most powerful governing bodies, yet it is composed primarily of individuals from the corporate world who are appointed by the provincial government, not the university.