The BCCDC is reporting a 36 per cent positivity rate for the UBC community health service area between January 18 and 24.
The petition says that students, particularly those who are disabled or immunocompromised, should have the option to learn remotely if they want to.
Over the past several years, members of the Indigenous community who worked with UBC in some capacity have had difficulties receiving appropriate and timely payment.
The comments were made during a break in class when Dr. John Sherman was discussing the semantics of calling something a fact or racist.
At the end of the year, I had a few more answers… and a heck of a lot more questions.
Didion's words were so uniquely her own, but so deeply perceptible to anyone who came across them.
Although the first few weeks back will be online, this new year, much like the first Star Wars film, brings to me, and to all of us, a new hope.
“The film was built on whatever each person could contribute,” said Seraji.
Despite the cancellations of two festival events, the games will remain to proceed with 50 per cent of venue capacity.
Welcome back to Weekend Rundown, your place to stay up to date with all of the different Thunderbirds teams!
UBC Recreation has opened the fitness centres “under guidelines that essentially represent where we were in June 2021,” said Director of Intramural and Recreation Michael Tan.
The games will proceed to follow the schedule with the exception of having 50 per cent capacity in each game.
We use the vapid euphemism "mental health" all the time, but we obviously have no idea what it means.
Why is cultural appropriation so hard for folks to understand?
Do we as black individuals feel like we have conquered or proven something by being in an interracial relationship?
Knowing your limits and experimenting in a safe space before a big bender is incredibly important.
Retired UBC Professor Ronald Hatch died on November 25, 2021. Ron was a professor in the UBC English department for over 35 years.
Eating disorders are inherently isolating and during the pandemic, eating disorders in Canada climbed. Students who are looking for recovery support face a confusing institutional system.
Haley Branch, a fifth-year PhD student, had an unusual road to academia. Now she is advocating for other disabled students' rights to be in academia
George Chaffee has always been skilled in the three things the Kwikwetlem nation really cares about: archaeology, the environment and fishing.
MDMA-assisted psychotherapy is a burgeoning area of research that can support those suffering from PTSD.
White dwarfs may be small, but their impact is truly massive.
The Ubyssey sat down with UBC's resident scientific glassblower, Brian Ditchburn, to learn more about the duties, benefits and secrets of his career.
Parasites that take control of their hosts and turn them into mindless automatons might sound like something straight out of a zombie flick — but these "zombie" parasites are all too real.