Canadian Minister of Employment, Workplace Development and Disability Inclusion Carla Qualtrough announced the new funding at the Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health at UBC Friday morning.
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“Mosquitoes serve literally no ecological purpose other than to make my life miserable,” said Lin-Mode in an interview, itching furiously. “The data is clear.”
The AMS is joining the BC Federation of Students in calling for free prescription contraception in BC.
Here I am with one semester left of my undergrad and I’ve taken some time to recognize why I’m just so chipper to have this extra time at UBC.
Wheelchair rugby player and UBC alumnus Travis Murao is a four-time Paralympian who plays for the Canadian National Team.
In the Nest along the curved wall by Grand Noodle Emporium, stands a vibrant and bold new mural dedicated to the graduating class of 2020
The Vancouver Bubble Tea Festival was held in Swangard Stadium in Burnaby on July 22 and 23.
Since two separate pedestrian-involved car collisions along NW Marine Drive last fall, members of the UBC community have been calling for safety improvements on the road.
A team at UBC is organizing an initiative connecting graduate students and postdoctoral scholars from Ukraine to UBC grant holders for employment.
The letter calling for a rent freeze has been co-signed by other student unions around the province, totalling representation of 230,000 students.
Summer so far has been interesting — it hasn't looked like summer. First we didn't have much sun (but we had a heck of a lot of rain) and now it's just heat central. Can we embrace Hot Girl Summer in Vancouver if the weather hates us?
After a late start, summer is finally heating up — maybe too much, considering last week’s combination of a heat wave and a packed Pride weekend. Happily, Vancouver’s arts and culture calendar is heating up too.
Like the simps reading this article, I have attempted to get through the emotional limbo of being friends with your ex. But, I needed to see what you thought, so I went out into the wild seeking answers.
In the latest for Black Voices at UBC, Stephanie Okoli shares the third chapter of The Servicewoman.
Can you recall a single fictional story that you’ve read or watched that discusses the climate crisis without using it as a backdrop for the end of the world?