UBC published its Freedom of Expression statement in early June, finalizing a 10-month initiative that has seen wide community engagement on what should be the balance between the freedom and the wellbeing of campus members.
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The provincial government has appointed two new members to the UBC Board of Governors (BoG), filling the gaps created by the shake up in membership in December 2017 and former BoG Chair Stuart Belkin’s departure in February.
The GoFundMe’s fundraising goal of $22,000 is aimed at fighting the charges laid against Moore-Williams — jaywalking and obstruction of justice.
I have no idea what it’s like to have the Cup come home, but now I know what serious anticipation and nerves around that feel like.
UBC’s Equity and Inclusion Office is bringing an LBGQ and Trans Pride installation to campus, which will incorporate the colours of both pride flags onto a surface outside of the Nest.
Resource groups are demanding greater accountability from the AMS and increased autonomy for the Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC), following an attempt to cut SASC’s support services last month.
UBC has appointed Heather McCaw as its new Vice-President Development and Alumni Engagement (DAE). Her five-year term will begin in Fall 2018.
While not everyone celebrates in such a big way, Mexicans are brought together through football.
Unfortunately, UBC has never portrayed itself on the silver screen but there’s still time – we’re holding out hope for a Trudeau biopic.
The survey will close on July 24, after which an advisory committee will look at the results and select the design.
Vancouverites don’t need a time turner to thumb through a first edition printing of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Instead, any muggle or wizard can head down to the basement of Irving K. Barber Library to see the book themselves.
Maybe you picked them in your bracket to get there, or maybe not, but both teams made history in their own right this year.
UBC’s Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health (CEIH) has launched a 12-credit Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Public Health (GCIPH) as well as a non-credit certificate to improve Indigenous representation in public health.
UBC now has a dedicated hub in its Robson Square location to support innovation, as of June 14. According to VP Research Gail Murphy, the hub will focus on facilitating “four pathways of innovation”: entrepreneurship, commercialization of research results, partnership development and knowledge exchange.
To be honest, I was never a big fan of soccer. However, since the start of the World Cup, all my friends and relatives (including my 70-year-old grandparents) turned themselves into enthusiastic followers of Cristiano Ronaldo. Why?