After impressing at the CFL Combine and the East Michigan Pro Day, Shepley’s work finally paid off with a pro contract.
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To better highlight undergraduate work in the field of First Nations and Indigenous studies (FNIS), the First Nations Studies Student Association (FNSSA) has relaunched their journal, xʷnaʔəlməxʷ sχəχi:ls or First People’s Writing.
While the new policy retains the same list of offenses that could merit suspension or expulsion, offenders can now only be removed after a letter has been written to and approved by the Operations Committee and the AMS VP Administration.
The end of U-Pass season (for non-summer students) is coming. Unless you're willing to pay $172 a month for that three-zone privilege, here are some fun places to go and things to do before the dreaded end on April 30th.
The Bachelor of Science combined honours in biochemistry and forensic science is a joint program where students will spend their first year at UBC taking science courses, then will spend the next three years taking courses at both UBC and BCIT.
As a medical student, the task of finding a specialty that matches your personality, interest and desire for work-life balance can be one of the toughest tasks to accomplish in medical school.
After a lengthy court battle with the university over whether they should be required to release documents on broad-based admissions to The Ubyssey, the BC Court of Appeals ruled in favour of UBC in a decision issued April 13.
Following the April 9 opening of the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre, UBC has now brought in Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond as its first director. Her term will begin on June 1.
POV28 is a student-organized event that showcases a collection of films produced by the third and fourth-year students in the UBC film production program. With twenty-one films on display, this year’s POV explores a variety of genres and topics.
Jennifer Abel, a grad student who has worked in the research commons, is protesting the administration’s sudden decision, saying dedicated graduate student space is integral to student community.
Associate Professor Dr. Ayesha Chaudhry will be stepping down from her Board of Governors (BoG) seat as of June 30, 2018. As one of two UBC Vancouver faculty representatives, Chaudhry has been serving on BoG since March 2017 for a term that was supposed to end in February 2020.
"There is a net increase of ten hours in staffing support each week as a result of these changes."
The Pacific Assistance Dogs Society (PADS) will be hosting a “Doggy De-Stress” event.
If you’re interested in the final frontier and all the technology it takes to get there, then head to the Engineering Student Centre this Thursday.
“It won’t shut down the organization by any means, but it will determine whether or not we have the funds to buy things that are integral to us opening and us running a café.”