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Even if you’re not up-to-date on all the events going on around campus, there is one thing you must have noticed — the constant construction.
UBC has appointed Dr. Ainsley Carry as its new VP students, seven months after Dr. Louise Cowin unexpectedly resigned in May.
Canadian universities are generating more and more information of public interest — but they’re becoming less and less willing to share it.
No longer should young, urban couples have to drag themselves to the Yuletide Martha Piper baptismal fountain every year in order to be given gifts under their own personal The Shadows. It’s just not economical!
The Norm has now been closed for so long that most of the Film Society’s current members are unfamiliar with how to run the facility.
At today’s general meeting, 8 out of 21 Board members voted against domestic increases. Only two Board members — both faculty representatives — voted against last year’s annual tuition increases.
With several fall teams crashing out of playoffs, and fall teams having their own ups-and-downs, it's perhaps unsurprising that the last weekend of games ends in an equally tumultuous fashion across the board.
“It took me coming to a game and seeing it live to realize how much I missed it."
"We understand that tuition is critical to the university’s function — it represents a majority of the revenues in our discretionary operating budget. But we disagree with this proposal on several grounds."
“Whether someone identifies as female, nonbinary, genderfluid, transgender or by another term is a very personal part of their life and should be treated with respect and tact, rather than assumption and confrontation.“
When Korenberg was first appointed to the Board in February 2016, the university’s highest governance body was still reeling from the aftermath of former President Arvind Gupta’s resignation and intense criticisms about a lack of transparency in its practices.
The AMS hosted a naloxone training party on Friday night to help the UBC community stay safe in the wake of a continuing overdose crisis.
Stolen equipment includes a Blu-ray player and a Dolby digital sound processor, amongst other items. It’s unclear who could have stolen the gear, or when.
“I would emphasize the potential for wood to be the material of this century,” said Meyboom. “The question is what can [wood] do?”