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Starting this year, 16 undergraduate students who have a background in African Studies will be hired to revise and research over 1,000 African objects on display at the Museum of Anthropology (MOA). This program will also run into 2020, where 16 other students will be hired on for the next year.
Bring your friends for moral support and celebrate the first day of classes with some charitable giving.
Before midterms and midnight deadlines have us all in mid-degree crises, get outside and explore our city with these awesome fitness events this month.
The Michaels Girls: The chosen family is non-binary French UBC student Nelson Leloup’s response to the lack of diversity and LGBT representation in children’s literature.
Starting September 1, many students found that they were unable to use their Compass Cards despite loading their U-Passes days before.
The Thunderbirds men’s hockey team went into the third period down four goals to NCAA powerhouse Wisconsin. Nothing could have prepared the spectators for what was about to happen.
With 4 hours, 10 paper colours and a 2,000-crane goal, a handful of students set out to create a hanging origami installation for next week’s UBC Pride. However, the ally-dominated event revealed blanks left uncoloured by the very community it advocates for.
For the ’Birds, their first test of the season was most definitely a game to forget.
It can be hard to motivate yourself to get dressed and go out to see a play when you could just binge Netflix in your underwear at home. It can seem intimidating, but you don’t have to be passionate about live performance to get something out of the experience.
The UBC Thunderbirds may have walked away with a 3–0 from Friday night’s showdown with the American powerhouse University of Wisconsin Badgers, but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t leave everything out on the ice.
After hiring a human rights lawyer to investigate, the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Congress’s organizers, found one of the attendees had violated their Code of Conduct.
Over 3,000 fans were in attendance as the Thunderbirds took care of business and defeated the Western Washington Vikings in their final pre-season game 2–0.
As an employer, as well as a university that hosts various social justice-based clubs, groups, and services, UBC needs to join the conversation. We need to talk about how social justice communities are failing women of colour, losing valuable talent and causing harm within the same populations they aim to serve.
One of the best parts about going to the beach is leaving with a tanned, sun-kissed glow. But, what about those of us who aren’t keen on roasting our bodies in the sun? Here are some tips and tricks to achieve J-Lo level radiance with minimal sun exposure.