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His coach pulled him aside one practice, and told him to keep up with an Olympic medalist. Before long, he himself medalled on the world stage.
On February 10, 1977, The Ubyssey published a letter by Natasha Meissner. 42 years later, we spoke to Meissner on her motivations behind the letter and how she feels now
With guests from various backgrounds — elders, politicians, scholars, survivors and dancers — the conference compared the issue of MMIWG in Canada and the United States and how each country is working to address the problem.
“Pos[ing] a danger to young women” ages 16-25, Ratelle is considered at high risk to relapse by the VPD.
Reaction to the Jenn Smith talk were the emotional backdrop for this month's Get Connected: Queer, Trans, & Allies Community Night. Usually, the event helps to connect students not only with each other but also with faculty and staff. But despite the tables overflowing with food and murmur of chatter, the mood of this year’s event was far from festive.
The exhibit opens up into a dark room and immediately transfers the viewer into a carnival-like atmosphere of magic and storytelling. Each selection of puppets is carefully staged as if during a live performance, with theater chairs and even a green lawn provided for the ultimate immersive experience.
If your Instagram feed right now is purely hiking pics and yoga on the beach, you know that we have reached peak summer in Vancouver. Post your own fitness pics and contribute to the deluge with these awesome outdoor events this July.
The roughly 1,200-page final report titled “Reclaiming Power and Place” features nearly 1,500 testimonies, from both survivors and family members of those affected.
Screams, cries and laughter get drowned out by the loudest rendition of “O Canada” I’ve ever been a part of. Because right now, for the first time in history, a Canadian team has just won the NBA Championship.
A counter-demonstration entitled “Rally in Support of Trans Rights!” brought a group of students, faculty, staff and community members together at the Martha Piper Fountain.
Lecture recording has existed at UBC for ten years, but its use is limited to specific faculties and special events.
The panel brought together scholars of Hong Kong and China to examine issues of autonomy, democracy and dissent.