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Shamrock shakes have become a delicious and iconic Saint Patrick’s Day staple.
Thomas Watson, UBC’s first place runner, clocked in at a time of 1:03:34 — almost six minutes faster than the first place finisher in the general sprint category for the UBC race.
The “Lead, Succeed, and Inspire” event showcased influential female change-makers. UBC’s Equity and Inclusion Office hosted the event in recognition of International Women’s Day (March 8) and the International Day for the Elimination of Racism (March 21).
There are lots to do so here are our recommendations for spring activities in and around campus.
“Uninstall any social media apps if you feel like they’re not good for your mental and emotional wellbeing.”
The 11th Coastal First Nations Dance Festival — presented with the Museum of Anthropology from February 28 to March 3 — is as beautiful as it is necessary.
This morning, a large group of students participated in a walkout organized by the UBC Indigenous Law Students Association to protest the recent acquittals of Gerald Stanley and Raymond Cormier, who were both respectively charged in the deaths of Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine.
“To say the least, I was stressed and scared, but had hoped that with an array of witnesses, as well as documented proof of many incidents, that the authorities would take me seriously.”
“The discourse must be civil, of course, but there is nothing in the article that suggests it was not, and further discussions I have had with the FSC attendees confirmed as much.”
Nine days after a fatal car accident, friends are remembering 21-year old science student Mackey Singh as a “force of nature” who seemed to know just about everyone and do just about everything.
“Agenda items can seem long, mysterious and confusing without the proper background, making it difficult to see how these issues affect students.”
Safewalk saw improvement in their services after the implementation of new changes, such as the T-Birds varsity players’ escort and the cancellation penalty, began to take into effect in late 2016.
On the evening of Galileo’s 454th birthday, students, educators and alumni of UBC and other institutions gathered in the Macmillan Space Center for “Saving Science in Fact-Free Times.”
A discussion hosted by the AMS Sexual Assault Support Centre last Thursday night turned into a debate when a handful of Free Speech Club members crashed the event, challenging the moderators’ views on men’s health.