Reading last week's editors' opinion column about opera, I felt like there was an understandable yet quite sad misunderstanding about the art form.
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IAmAStudent is extremely disappointed with the results of the Board of Governors meeting Thursday morning.
UBC’s branch of SPHR is currently campaigning to have the AMS include a BDS resolution against the State of Israel on an upcoming election ballot.
Although the AMS succeeds in providing services and opportunities to students, apathy towards our student society has never been more prominent.
In the 1970s, T-Bird games had massive support from the student body. Why, today, do a paltry 200-300 people show up to T-Bird home games?
At the upcoming AMS meeting, UBC’s Solidarity For Palestinian Human Rights group intends to put forward a motion to boycott and divest from Israeli companies.
The call to push for divesting from Israeli products at UBC, made by SPHR, should be supported by all those committed to issues of social justice.
In this Last Words, editors weigh in on Trudeau's talk, student and (would-be) student government political apathy and the AMS' David and Goliath story.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors discuss talk about the AMS and accountability, debates, its long-term plans and the New SUB.
Ubyssey editors and staff present their opinions on this year's candidates for the AMS Elections and for whom students should cast their ballots.
While there have been calls to not allow the BDS referendum to pass, the arguments used to defend that line of action have been weak on multiple levels.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors discuss this year's AMS election results and tell students why they should stay away from cliffs.
As I was strolling around our beautiful campus, something caught my eye: the cigarette butts dispersed all over the campus ground.
The anti-BDS campaign is in full swing pending the upcoming referendum in the end of March, but what is BDS? And why has it come to UBC?
As a member of the National Assembly of First Nations Elders Council, I believe that respect and open dialogue is the true path to peace and reconciliation.